A significant component of the Ballet’s mission is to ensure that dance education opportunities are accessible to as many interested students as possible.

Ballet Lubbock offers the following scholarship programs for students showing artistic merit and financial need:

School Year Tuition Scholarships

This application for tuition assistance during the 2022 -2023 school year is now closed. The deadline for this application was 11:59 PM on August 1, 2022.

External Summer Workshop Assistance

Ballet Lubbock strongly encourages dance students in Levels 6 – Company to pursue additional summer workshop opportunities, not just to build upon technique but also for the instruction, friendships, and experience. These summer workshop scholarships reinforce our values while providing qualified students with financial assistance.

This scholarship is now open and will close on February 15. Please email Business Manager Meg Davis with any questions you may have.

Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshops

Apply to a scholarship to attend the Ballet Lubbock Summer Workshop Series at Ballet Lubbock! For more information on schedules and instructors, please visit the Summer Workshop page.

Ballet Lubbock’s Board of Directors has a Scholarship Committee comprised of non-parents that oversee our competitive scholarship process to ensure that decisions are made in the most fair, ethical, and expedient manner.

External Summer Intensive Scholarships

    Dancer First Name *

    Dancer Last Name *

    Dancer Age *

    Address *

    City *

    State *

    Zip *

    Phone *

    Email *

    Guardian 1 Name *

    Guardian 1 Phone *

    Guardian 2 Name

    Guardian 2 Phone

    Summer Intensive 1 Name

    Program Fees for Summer Intensive 1

    Summer Intensive 2 Name

    Program Fees for Summer Intensive 2

    Summer Intensive 3 Name

    Program Fees for Summer Intensive 3

    Additional Information About Your Dancer

    Attach 1040 here:

    Attach supplemental information here

    (Additional paperwork or documents that may demonstrate significant financial changes not reflected in your 1040)