So you think you can dance? For Rosevillians, that phrase isn't simply a television show or sarcastic remark to your friend made while trying to upstage each other at a nightclub. That's because Roseville is home to the Northern California Dance Conservatory, recognized as one of the leading private dance training schools in the country.

NCDC isn't for those looking to learn the newest dance craze – is it too late to master "The Cabbage Patch?" The staff, faculty and students of NCDC celebrate dance as an art form. The conservatory offers those with a passion for dance a place where they'll find a balance of discipline, focus and structure taught by experienced professionals in a positive, fun and nurturing atmosphere.

NCDC takes dance seriously. The facility features a 9.500 square foot studio divided into five work areas. With large open spaces, full-sized mirrors, a premium sound system and professional spring-raised flooring, this is the place to be for those who really want to learn how to dance.

NCDC offers classes for a variety of dance styles, including ballet, contemporary, hip-hop, jazz and tap. Skill-appropriate classes serve beginning dancers as young as two (Tiny Tots) all the way up to performing professionals. NCDC is also the home of Roseville's first black box theater that provides students the opportunities to perform in an intimate, professional setting.

Combined, NCDC alumni and faculty can claim just about every dance-related accomplishment there is. From being accepted to attend the prestigious Juilliard School to performing at major venues around the world.

So, if you do think you can dance – and want to prove it – you can learn more about NCDC at their website or call them with any questions you might have at 916-791-2061.