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Dance School in North Augusta, SC

  • Offering ballet, tap, jazz, acrojazz and hip-hop dance classes, and more, including preschool ballet and tap classes for children ages 2.5 and older
  • Classes taught Monday – Thursday
  • For the dancer ready to take their skills to the next level, our competitive dance teams hold open auditions every summer
  • Boys-only hip-hop dance class now available!

Pulse Dance Center is an Augusta dance studio established in 2006, providing dance education for children ages 2.5 to 18 years. Our 5,000 square foot facility contains sprung flooring, marley floors, and 8 foot wall-to-wall mirrors. From preschool dance to competitive dance, our staff is here to help place your child in an appropriate class for their level. If you are looking for an Augusta ballet school, we teach ballet to students of all ages. We proudly sell Revolution Dancewear at our studio! When looking for the best dance school in North Augusta, consider Pulse Dance Studio. Contact us at 706-210-2552 to learn more, or register online.


North Augusta, SC, lies on the western border of South Carolina. It is separated from Augusta, GA, by the Savannah River, but it is considered part of the Augusta metro area and Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). Downtown North Augusta is connected to downtown Augusta by the 13th Street bridge. North Augusta residents enjoy close proximity to Augusta amenities but with the benefits of smaller town life.

North Augusta is home to multiple outdoor trails and parks, most notably, the North Augusta Greeneway. The Greeneway includes more than seven miles of paved trails, developed on an old railway. From sunrise to sunset, the trail is used by walkers, runners and cyclists, with a section of the trial running alongside the Savannah River. The Palmetto Parkway Bike Path is also located in North Augusta. Slightly longer than 4.5 miles, this path runs alongside part of I-520. Hikers can come to North Augusta to enjoy the Savannah River Bluffs trail. Though only a 2-mile loop, the trial is moderately difficult and culminates with views of the Savannah RIver.

If you visit North Augusta, be sure to visit the recently opened SRP Park, home of the Augusta Green Jackets minor league baseball team. The state-of-the-art stadium offers river views from its outfield seats.