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2014 Fall session
Free Trial Class
Saturday August 9 : 10 am to 11 am : Acrobates
Saturday August 9 : 2 pm to 3:30 pm : Aerials
Saturday August 16 : 10 am to 11:30 am : Balancing (tight wire, hand to hand, stilt, unicycle, rola bola...
Sunday September 7: 9 am à 11am: Circassiens
Sunday September 7: 9 am à 11am: Acro-Cirque
Sunday September 7: 11 am to 1 pm: Aerials
You must register by sending an email with the name and age of the participant as well as the class you wish to attend at firstname.lastname@example.org. Aregistration form will be sent out once we receive these information.
Registration before September 9, 2014
These recreational courses are aimed at young people between 8 and 16 years of age, and provide a chance to have some diversion while learning the basic techniques of circus arts. The program is also designed to help develop their coordination, concentration, perseverance and motor skills. All courses are held in the National Circus School studios. Participants have access to state-of-the-art equipment used by professionals. The courses are offered 2 hours per week.
The School primarily emphasizes the lighter side of these activities. The courses are presented in a spirit of play; students are able to have fun while learning various circus disciplines and techniques. At every step they are guided and encouraged by a team of professional instructors selected for their pedagogic and technical expertise.
Circus Disciplines and Techniques Taught
Hand to Hand (pyramid)
Calendar Fall 2014
90 minutes to two hours per week in duration, the courses are offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, over an 11-week period. Tuesday from September 9 to November 18 / Thursday from September 11 to November 20 / Saturday from September 13 to November 29 (with a break September 27) Sunday from September 14 to November 30 (with a break September 28).
Course Selection and Schedule
All activities are divided into three age categories. Each class is two hours in length, during which a specific technique is learned. Courses are limited to 30 students.
Groups: 6 to 8 years old > 9 to 12 years old > 12 to 16 years old
6 to 8 years old:
|9 am à 10:30||Acros-cirque|
|9 am to 11 pm||Circassiens||
|11 am to 12:30 pm||
|11 am to 1 pm||
|2 pm to 4 pm||Aerials|
|6 pm to 7:30 pm||Acros-cirque|
|6 pm to 8 pm||Acrobates||Circassiens|
|Fees (in Canadian dollars)
Circassiens or Acrobates
Les Mordus / 2 cours => Acros-cirque
Les Mordus / 2 cours => Circassiens or Acrobates
Les Mordus / 2 cours => Circassiens or Acrobates & Aériens (limite of 1)
Les Mordus / 3 cours => Acros-cirque
Les Mordus/ 3 cours => Circassiens and Acrobates & Aériens(limite of 1)
*These activities are eligible for the refundable tax credit for provincial and federal physical, artisitic and cultural activities.
Payable in two equal installments
a) Be between 6 and 16 years of age;
b) Complete the registration form and attach payment.
One cheque to the order of the National Circus School;
Payment by credit card, Visa, Mastercard (complete the section reserved for this purpose on the registration form)
* Registration is limited. Students will be accepted in the order in which registration forms are received, until all available places in each group are filled
You could send your form by e-mail at : email@example.com
Form and payment must be postmarked September 9 to the attention of:
National Circus School
8181 2nd Avenue
Montreal, Quebec - Canada