Established in 2005, we have supported our mission to fulfill the developmental needs of serious, young dancers, regardless of economic background, in a safe, nurturing and pre-professional dance company environment.



The Ballet Conservatory is recognized in South Texas for providing the finest classical ballet training. Our proven curriculum has prepared dancers for the world’s top ballet companies. We offer classes for students ages 3 – adult taught by our stellar faculty. Learn More >




The Ballet Conservatory provides a rehearsal process and performance experiences that complete your training, taking what you learn in the studio to the stage. Our performances feature an extensive repertoire by recognized choreographers, ranging from full-length classical ballets to new works. Learn More >



Discover Dance, an outreach program of the Ballet Conservatory, furthers our mission to educate and inspire underserved children in San Antonio. The program’s three-tier structure provides children of various economic backgrounds the opportunity to see, experience and train as a dancer. Learn More >

Enrolling now for Summer Intensive and Summer Kids Camps!

Summer Intensive

The Ballet Conservatory of South Texas is hosting its Summer Intensive and Summer Kids Camps in July!

The Summer Intensive (July 13-17) will complement the Conservatory’s current Summer schedule, so students can take intensive AND their regularly scheduled ballet classes without interruption. Click here for more information!

Summer Kids Camp

The Ballet Conservatory is hosting its Summer Kids Camp for ages 3 – 6 (July 20-24). Campers will have a fun-filled day full of ballet, arts and crafts, and movie time. Click here for more information!


Instructors and staff will be following the BCSTX COVID-19 Policies and Procedures (click here to read). Space is limited in order to provide for social distancing requirements. For more information regarding the spread of COVID-19, please read this letter to our families from Dr. Yvette Almendarez.

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