REGISTER FOR SPRING 2024 CLASSES TODAY
Registration for Spring 2024 classes is now open.
Classes begin on January 8
and conclude with Moving for Peace,
a showcase for friends and family on May 18.
Monday & Wednesday
3:30-4:20 PM ages 5-7
4:30-5:20 PM ages 8+
Youth Hip Hop
3:45-4:35 PM ages 5-7
4:45-5:35 PM ages 8-12
Tuesday & Thursday
4:00-4:50 PM ages 9-12
10:30-11:20 AM ages 7-9
11:30 AM-12:20 PM ages 10-13
3:45-4:35 PM ages 8+
4:45-5:35 PM ages 5-7
Teddy Bear Hip Hop
10:00-10:50 AM ages 3-4
11:00-11:50 AM ages 4-5
12:00-12:50 AM ages 5-6
Teddy Bear Dance
4:00-4:50 PM ages 3-5
Teen Hip Hop
Monday & Wednesday
5:35-7:00 PM ages 13-18
Paying For Your Classes
The recommended price for Spring 2024 is $300-$350
for the whole session (January – May) and payment plans are available.
All of our classes are “pay what you can” and
NO ONE IS TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS.
Destiny Arts Center is a social justice organization.
We ask that families contribute what they can.
If you can afford to contribute more than the suggested price,
please know that your funds go to directly support other families in our program.
IF YOU NEED HELP REGISTERING:
You can reach us at 510-597-1619 or by email at email@example.com
You can also come to our center and register in person. Call to check if we are available, common availability is Mon-Thurs 3-6 PM.
PLEASE NOTE: We prioritize Oakland residents and BIPOC students on our waitlist.
Destiny Arts Center is a 7,800 square foot dance and martial arts center located at 970 Grace Avenue between Market St. and San Pablo Avenue in North Oakland.
With 3 large dance studios totaling over 3,000 square feet, this recently constructed facility features sprung wood oak floors, mirrors, integrated sound, central air, changing rooms and restrooms. High ceilings, skylights and windows create a well-lit airy space for our grounding and transformative programs.
Destiny Arts Center partnered with the Alameda County Community Food Bank in the Fall of 2019 to provide healthy snacks to the young people and families who come through our doors. Since the shelter-in-place order was issued in March of 2020, we have maintained a community food pantry that is open to anyone in our community in need. Our staff has worked to stock the pantry with commonly used food items that our teaching artists, staff and families can access.