Kansas School of Classical Ballet
7330 W. 80th Street
Overland Park KS 66204
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (913) 912-7105
Mission Statement
The Kansas School of Classical Ballet (KSCB) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing the finest training available to students interested in learning the art of ballet.
Our goal is to provide a thorough and well-rounded dance education for students of all ages, levels, and degrees of interest – taught by a professional faculty and internationally recognized guest teachers.
The school works to instill a long-term value of the art form in each student while emphasizing the study of a diverse, high-quality curriculum in a positive, productive and inspirational learning environment.
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Juan Trujillo
Board Chair Ms. Theresa Schekirke
Board Chair Company Affiliation Samson Dental/ImmediaDent
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2011
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement
The Kansas School of Classical Ballet (KSCB) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing the finest training available to students interested in learning the art of ballet.
Our goal is to provide a thorough and well-rounded dance education for students of all ages, levels, and degrees of interest – taught by a professional faculty and internationally recognized guest teachers.
The school works to instill a long-term value of the art form in each student while emphasizing the study of a diverse, high-quality curriculum in a positive, productive and inspirational learning environment.
Background Statement
The founders and artistic directors, Juan and Stefani, danced professionally both nationally and internationally. After retiring as principal dancers from the Kansas City Ballet, they launched Physiques, a one-on-one Pilates and Gyrotonic® training studio for both dancers and non-dancers. Through this experience they realized the impact they could make on young dancers' minds and bodies, by combining their knowledge of ballet instruction with body conditioning.
  • Juan and Stefani founded KSCB in 2011, as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 in the State of Kansas for the purpose of providing classical ballet instruction.
  • KSCB's board of directors was formed in 2011, and included the parents of former dancers, area business men and women, and a former Kansas City Symphony musician.
  • In August 2011, the school welcomed their first dance students, 32 in all, which included more advanced students as well as those new to ballet.
  • In March 2012, KSCB held its first fundraiser, Tapas and Tutus, which was chaired by Ann Sundeen, a community volunteer. The event, attended by over 115 persons, raised $9,000 in that first year, and has continued to be a well-attended annual event.
  • In May 2013, KSCB held its first formal performance, Raising the Barre, featuring students of the school dancing alongside Diana Gomez and Andres Figueroa, professional dancers with Tulsa Ballet.
  • In July 2013, KSCB launched its first Summer Intensive Workshop, with 9 students from Colombia, South America, as well as local Kansas City students. Monica Guererra, with IncolBallet of Colombia, served as the first guest teacher.
  • In June 2014, KSCB's students attended a national ballet competition, and competed well. The school continues to be involved in these competitive opportunities.
  • In August 2015, KSCB launched its expressive therapy outreach program, Let's MOVE, in conjunction with KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital.
  • In July 2016, international dance historian Miguel Cabrera of the National Ballet of Cuba participated in the summer program. Professor Cabrera contributed a comprehensive collection of dance history videography from the National Ballet of Cuba. A multimedia archive is now available to all students.
  • In August 2016, the school welcomed its sixth school year class of dance students.
Impact Statement
2016-17 Accomplishments:
  • Growth in enrollment for the school year program, and a commitment to providing dance education to all. The school launched in 2011 with 3 students enrolled and had 54 students enrolled at the end of the 2016-17 school year. Of these students, 18% received tuition assistance.
  • Continued excellence in its International Summer Program serving 28 local students along with 8 students from Colombia, South America. In summer 2016, seven internationally renowned guest faculties from Switzerland, Colombia, and Cuba provided intensive training over a 4-week period.
  • KSCB expressive therapy outreach program, Let's MOVE, expanded to include a younger age group. The therapy program uses the basics of dance movement as a way for traumatized children to communicate emotions.
  • With increase in enrollment, KSCB began construction on a new studio.
2017-18 Goals:
  • Establish a fully funded scholarship program for the KSCB's local student base as well as summer program students.
  • Implement KSCB's strategic marketing and development plan to promote the organization’s growth and success.
  • Expand the Let's MOVE Outreach Program to local area public and private schools.
  • Broaden international exposure through competitions and the Summer Workshop.
  • Provide continuing education opportunities for KSCB teachers.
Needs Statement
  1. Capacity Building. KSCB has experienced steady growth. The school needs to hire a manager to oversee administration and to execute the marketing and fund development plan. KSCB seeks $75,000 to fund this cost.
  2. Scholarships for local students. KSCB strives to make ballet training available to all students, regardless of their ability to pay. It costs $2,835 annually in tuition for upper level students and $765 for lower level students. KSCB seeks funding for 10 upper level students, and 20 lower level students.
  3. Scholarships for international students. KSCB trains students from South America during the summer program. This program will be expanded to Cuba. KSCB seeks funding for 20 international students at $6,000 per student.
  4. Expand Let's MOVE Expressive Therapy. KSCB hopes to hire a qualified male teacher to work with youths at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital. KSCB seeks $20,000 to pay for the training and salary of a part time dance therapy professional.
  5. Guest Artists. We intend to invite international dancers, master teachers and choreographers to coach students. KSCB wants to provide training seminars with certified educators for our faculty as well as teachers in the area. To bring a guest artist to KSCB for a week costs $4,500. We seek to bring 8 guests this year.
Service Categories
Areas of Service
KS - Johnson County
KS - Wyandotte County
MO - Clay County
MO - Jackson County
MO - Platte County
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
I am the CEO of a company that generates $50m in revenue, employs 40 people in Kansas, and will be expanding rapidly over the next five years. Although most of our operations are in Indiana and Ohio, we are eager to expand into Kansas and Missouri. The cities we chose to grow in, and indeed the ONLY cities we can grow in, are what I call "livable cities". These are cities that invest in the arts, universities, major airports and professional sports. All four are important and without all four, a city will not have a sustainable economy in the 21st century.
Juan Pablo Trujillo and Stefani Schrimpf are the sort of visionaries that one usually only finds in livable cities as it is only here that they have access to support for their vision. Ballet training is available in Kansas City, but support of the artist and training focused on the individual can too often be commoditized. I support Kansas School of Classical Ballet because of its individualized attention to the student, and Juan Pablo and Stefani's desire to elevate ballet in Kansas City. In the long run, it is organizations like this that will make Kansas City a great city. KSCB is an amazing organization that will be transforming in Kansas if we support it. Kansas and Kansas City need KSCB.
Theresa Schekirke, KSCB Board President
Our school year program is offered September to May, with a performance in May. The school is divided into classes based on ability. Levels 1-3 are beginner classes. Levels 3-6 are for students seeking more intensive and frequent training. KSCB provides students with technical skills as well as training in body conditioning.
KSCB teaches technical proficiency to students from a young age to an advanced level with emphasis on:
  • Identifying & performing specific positions and steps
  • Understanding correct body alignment
  • Using accurate ballet vocabulary
  • Knowing & demonstrating proper classroom etiquette
Along with the necessary technique, stamina is vital to today’s dancers. Body conditioning includes Pilates and Gyrotonic® for all students to enhance their ability to learn to dance. The focus in these classes includes core strength, muscle awareness, flexibility, coordination, and injury prevention. Seminars in nutrition and injury prevention are given throughout the year.
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Dance Instruction
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success
Comprehensive ballet training prepares a student for the life that is ahead of them in and out of the studio. Some life skills ballet promotes:
  • Remain poised through compliment and criticism
  • Dedication, perseverance and discipline
  • Positive self-image
  • Team work and community
  • Mental stamina
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to listen, analyze, process and apply
Since 2011, KSCB has waived over $90,000 in tuition costs to local students. Over 100 students, living in Missouri and Kansas, ranging from 6 years to 18 years have received aid. These KSCB resources have provided them the opportunity to continue to explore their potential in ballet without financial burden on their families. With this opportunity, some have been able to initiate a professional dance career. Some use their dance experience to facilitate a way for them to attend college on scholarship.
Long-Term Success
The long-term goal of the program is:
  • To develop world class ballet dancers, regardless of socio-economic status.
  • To develop personal discipline within our existing students, recognizing that not every student will want to pursue a dance career.
  • To expose and introduce ballet education to a broad array of students.
  • To encourage study and enjoyment of dance and other performance arts.
  • To develop lifelong advocates for the arts, especially classical ballet.
Program Success Monitored By
Program success is measured by the number of students served, including those that need financial assistance.
We also measure the success of our program by the placement of our students in professional programs and feedback from professional auditions and contests. Year-round student alumni have continued to Joffrey Ballet (Chicago), Orlando Ballet II, The Suzanne Ferrell Ballet (Washington, DC), Butler University Jordan College of the Arts (Indianapolis), Miami City Ballet School, and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet.
Some students do not choose to pursue a career in ballet or continue their dance education. These students, however, acquire the necessary skills that help them in the pursuit of other interests.
Examples of Program Success
To date, about 55% of KSCB graduates have gone on to pursue careers in dance or further education. Of those some pursue:
  • Professional careers with ballet companies (5 students total), and others pursue
  • Further training in ballet (5 students total)
Other students decide not to pursue dance as a career, but continue to benefit from their exposure to the art.
Durante Verzola, class of 2013, trained for 3 years at KSCB, and is now an apprentice with The Suzanne Farrell Ballet (Washington, DC).
"The training I received from Juan and Stefani prepared me in every way possible for a professional career in dance. From my first class at the school, I knew that this was a place where I would be nurtured not only in my growth as a young dancer, but also as a young adult who could find success in any career path of his choosing. ……. It is hard to find a ballet school quite like KSCB. It is a little gem not only in its community, but in the ballet world as well."
The International Summer Workshop is a unique program for intermediate to advanced students. The workshop provides intensive training from an international faculty. The workshop includes body conditioning, as well as seminars in nutrition and injury prevention.
The program features:
  • Intensive Training. The concentrated 4-week program equates to 4 months of regular year round instruction. With students in classes all day, 5 days a week, their progression is more consistent and more impressive.
  • International Faculty. The workshop features guest teachers from abroad who provide pivotal motivation and enrichment. Guest artists expose students to additional teaching and artistic styles along with providing valuable coaching to refine individual artistry and finesse. Guest teachers from Colombia, Cuba and Switzerland provided instruction in the 2016 summer program.
  • International Students. The program gives KSCB students a chance to study dance with students from IncolBallet (Colombia).
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Dance Instruction
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success
Both students and parents believe our International Summer Workshop is a comprehensive and valuable summer training experience. Since the workshop is very intensive, students show maturity in their work ethic and therefore improve in technique, confidence, and body awareness. The intensified skill level they are working at daily leaves them feeling more satisfied with their achievement each day. Students express an eagerness for more knowledge when they have ownership and success in their daily progress. At the end of the workshop, students are more enthusiastic, reinvigorated, and motivated for the school year.
With international guest artists and students attending our workshop, students are exposed to new cultures and customs all in the security of the mutually familiar ballet studio. Students learn cultural understanding, tolerance, and respect through their exchanges. By the end of the workshop, students develop a healthy mutual acceptance.
Long-Term Success
  • We want our students to be extraordinary humans. KSCB’s goal is to provide each student with the skills to live up to their potential, whether in or out of the dance profession, in a nurturing and inspiring environment.
  • For students pursuing a professional career, we provide extensive dance education to take them to the next level of study, either with a dance company or in a collegiate situation.
  • Students interested in other areas (such as choreography, pedagogy, costumes, lighting design, etc.) are given opportunities to explore these interests with guidance from our faculty and guest artists.
  • Some students discover how ballet can lead to other careers such as physical therapy, medicine, or arts administration. We strive to provide the life skills these students need to pursue these paths.
  • No matter where a student’s potential lies, our goal is to provide the student with all the prerequisites he/she will need to pursue his/her passion and instill a lifelong appreciation of the arts.
Program Success Monitored By
  • Since the introduction of the International Summer Workshop, we retain more summer students to the year round program. About 70% of students enrolled for our year round program at the end of 2016 International Summer Workshop.
  • Former guest artists express interest in returning year after year. We also receive interest from new guest artists who have heard about the success of our program and want to be involved.
  • There is also an increase in the number of international students vying to attend the summer workshop. With housing an issue and KSCB support limited, we have had to restrict the number we invite to attend our workshop. Currently we have more international students wanting to attend our workshop than we can accommodate.
  • More alumni are also returning for the summer to continue training with our faculty and guest artists. Some of these alumni are professional dancers that have other notable opportunities, but choose to return to our program for its exceptional quality.
Examples of Program Success
One of our successful student stories involves a recent graduate. He came to us as a summer student from Colombia and graduated as a KSCB year round student. At the end of his third summer with us, we helped secure a position in the Boston Ballet Trainee Program for him. Our directors also found a sponsor to assist with his training expenses. After a year in the trainee program, he returned to our International Summer Workshop with full KSCB tuition support. Instead of having him return to Colombia, he was offered full tuition support to stay and train at KSCB, and knowing his family’s financial situation, the directors invited him to live with them. As he settled into his life here, he learned English and created a network among his peers at KSCB. At the World Ballet Competition (FL), he placed first overall. At the finals of the Youth America Grand Prix (NYC) he won the Artistic Award. At age 18, he is currently a member of the 2016/17 Dutch National Ballet Junior Company.
Let’s MOVE (Motivating Ourselves Via Expression) Outreach Program is a collaborative initiative between KSCB and community leader, KVC Hospitals, and health information technology leader, Netsmart.
Children and teens receiving psychiatric treatment at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital can experience the healing power of dance through the Let’s MOVE Expressive Therapy Program. The classes teach children and adolescents the basics of dance by using rhythm and movement to help build body awareness, focus and control through the art of dance. The curriculum for each session is designed using core concepts that build a child’s capacity to regulate painful emotions. Let’s MOVE expressive therapy classes give these young people a powerful way to express their feelings and discover their strengths.
The Let’s MOVE Expressive Therapy Program began with a 6-week pilot program in June 2015 and completed the inaugural year in May 2016.
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Dance
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success
Since beginning the Let’s MOVE Program, the classes have already produced positive results for youths at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital. Reaction to the program was tracked and analyzed to ensure children are positively impacted in tangible ways.
Some results include:
  • The average number of crisis interventions dropped to zero on days of dance group.
  • Youth on average reported less anxiety, anger and sadness on days when dance group occurred.
  • Youth on average also reported feeling happier on days when dance group occurred.
  • Nearly half of youth felt more regulated after dance group
  • 82% of youth discovered dance as a new way to express themselves differently.
  • The majority of youth reported that they enjoyed the dance group.
Long-Term Success
  • The goal of the Let’s MOVE Outreach Program is to provide KVC professionals with alternative options to help reach at risk youths. To provide consistency and become trusted adult figures to these youths, it is crucial that we select, train and retain qualified instructors.
  • Eventually, the expressive therapy would grow beyond the KVC children with behavioral issues. Our program can be adapted to benefit children with other special needs such as autism or Down’s Syndrome, or with physical disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy.
  • Our ultimate goal for the Let’s MOVE program is to continue educating the community about the relevance and benefits of dance and to make dance education available to all.
Program Success Monitored By
  • Our professional partners, KVC Hospitals and Netsmart, closely monitor the Let’s MOVE Program.
  • Netsmart, a provider of software and technology solutions to the behavioral health community, provides statistical groundwork to evaluate the program.
  • During the pilot program in summer 2015, KVC surveyed participants before and after each session to see how meaningful the program was to them. Satisfied with the results, KVC determined the program to be useful and renewed it for the 2015-16 year. As a sign of confidence, KVC offered to sponsor the program for the year. At the end of the first year, KVC recommended that the program expand to include a younger age group.
  • The current 2016-17 year has added a second class for younger children and the search for an additional male teacher/mentor.
Examples of Program Success
KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital provides comprehensive trauma focused inpatient and residential services for youths facing severe psychiatric distress. Providing care for these youths is challenging. Communicating safely inspired us to think outside the box and partner with KSCB to create Let’s MOVE. Participants report less anxiety, anger and sadness on days when group occurs. Review of data has yielded consistent results. In addition to providing this expressive outlet, which supports their treatment goals, our clients have also attended dress rehearsal for the school’s performance. KSCB has also offered scholarships to clients in the KC metro wanting to take ballet. Our partnership with KSCB has been a huge benefit to the families we serve. While Let’s MOVE supports a client’s body awareness and self-regulation, key elements to the healthy brain development and recovery from traumatic experiences, it also exposes our clients to the arts.
Astra Garner, LCPC, LPC
KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital
For a well-trained student, guest artists provide motivation and enrichment. Guests expose students to additional teaching and artistic styles and provide valuable coaching to refine individual artistry. The versatility a dancer learns from working with visiting artists expands the student’s artistry. Guest artists impart to students what it takes to make it to the next level.
KSCB strives to supplement the curriculum by involving a variety of visiting guest teachers and choreographers for year round and summer students.
KSCB faculty members participate in annual performance evaluations and syllabus review. A guest advisor observes the progress and skill level of faculty members and makes recommendations to ensure faculty are providing, exploring, and sharing effective training methodologies. The advisor conducts training seminars for faculty members and reviews the syllabus.
The current guest advisor is a notable educator specializing in early childhood dance from Switzerland.
Category Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other Dance Instruction
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years), ,
Short-Term Success
The obvious advantage to guest artists visiting is the network opportunity for students. Beyond the associations, students are motivated to work at a higher level. They are excited to apply what they have learned and are inspired to continue growing. Their passion for ballet is reinvigorated and their confidence is boosted. The high caliber of the guest artist pushes the students out of their comfort zone and we see tangible growth as emerging artists. Exponential all around growth in our students during a concentrated time frame is the greatest benefit to visiting guest artists.
Keeping our faculty educated and accountable translates positively to the students and the overall success of the school. With additional resources, teachers are more eager and able to use creative and contemporary techniques when designing lesson plans. Fundamentally teachers are dancers themselves so any continuing education and fine-tuning of their skills in the end helps them grow as dancers themselves.
Long-Term Success
  • The goal is to have a rotation of guest artists to coach, choreograph, and mentor students and faculty. We want to give students the opportunity to study with world-class dancers, teachers and choreographers without having to leave home. We want students to think beyond ballet in the mid-west and seek global inspiration. Making high quality instructors more accessible to emerging dancers is vital to their success.
  • For students discovering their interest in choreography, our goal is to establish choreography workshops. This will be an opportunity for students to work with prominent choreographers and learn the process of choreographing first hand from both a dancer’s and a choreographer’s perspective.
  • A dancer is only as successful as the teacher. To ensure we are producing outstanding dancers, teachers need to embrace innovative teaching methodologies. We want to offer the experience of our guest advisor and other distinguished guest educators to all dance teachers in the region.
Program Success Monitored By
  • We know our Guest Artist program is successful as our students demonstrate improvement in their overall skills.
  • An example of a student who directly benefits from these programs is one of our alumni. While he was at KSCB, we noticed his budding interest in choreography. When a guest choreographer visited to create an original work for our students, he observed the process and the guest choreographer at work. After he graduated, he was given chances to choreograph for professional companies. He later returned to choreograph his first piece for us.
  • Last year we invited him to create a full-length ballet for our performance. Four current students were assigned to be his assistants, helping him with rehearsals and creating simple choreography.
  • This alumnus completed the circle for these programs. He started as a student who was inspired by a visiting guest choreographer, returned as a guest choreographer himself, and finally engaged current students to explore their choreographic skills.
Examples of Program Success
After becoming a professional, I was invited back to KSCB to pass down my love for the art form. As a guest choreographer, I saw students just as eager to learn and work hard as I was, something seldom seen at other schools I have worked with. Staging my original production for KSCB was a pleasure. It was the most ambitious production yet and included almost the entire school. It was an invaluable experience for the students and myself. Having exposure to a choreographer and the opportunity to perform in a theater is something these students will carry with them always. What KSCB has done for countless students and myself is immeasurable. Juan and Stefani have so much to give their students, and ask nothing in return. Making sure future generations of dancers gets the education, training, and support is imperative. All of these things can be found at KSCB.
Durante Verzola ’13, Suzanne Ferrell Ballet
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Juan Trujillo
Term Start Mar 2011
JUAN, a native of Cali, Colombia, trained at IncolBallet. He has performed professionally in Latin America and the US including Kansas City Ballet where he was a principal for 12 years.
Juan participated in several international competitions and festivals. He is a guest ballet master for the National Ballet of Colombia and serves as Artistic Advisor for the national ballet festival. Juan has the rights to stage ballets choreographed by Vicente Nebrada through the Nebrada Foundation.
Juan has been teaching ballet for over 20 years both nationally and internationally.
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Paid Full-Time Staff 1
Paid Part-Time Staff 0
Volunteers 3
Paid Contractors 7
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policy and Procedures No
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy No
Board Chair
Board Chair Ms. Theresa Schekirke
Company Affiliation Samson Dental/ImmediaDent
Term Mar 2011 to Dec 2018
Board Members
Ho Anthony Ahn Great Plains Supply; Private Cello Instructor; Retired, Kansas City Symphony
Ms. Emily Behrmann Carlsen Center/Performing Arts, Johnson County Community Center
Ian Chuang MedDecision
Mr. David V. Francis Heartland Gold Development I & II; Captain J. New Aviation; Francis Family Foundation
C. Lee Jones Clock Tower Bakery; Retired, Linda Hall Library of Science, Engineering and Technology
Mr. David Oliver Berkowitz Oliver LLP
Ms. Theresa Schekirke Samson Dental/ImmediaDent
Ms. Stefani Schrimpf Kansas School of Classical Ballet; Physiques Pilates and Gyrotonic Studio
Mr. Daniel Schulte B12 Capital Partners, LLC
Ms. Ann Wilkinson Origin Farms
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 2
Caucasian 8
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 6
Female 4
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 0
Board Term Limits 0
Written Board Selection Criteria? No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2018
Projected Revenue $185,000
Projected Expenses $158,000
Foundation Comments
  • FYE 6/30/2017, 2016, 2015: Financial data reported using the IRS Form 990-EZ.
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201720162015
Program Expense$143,648$143,303$101,856
Administration Expense$8,173$9,077$16,572
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.261.221.20
Program Expense/Total Expenses95%94%86%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201720162015
Total Assets$106,831$66,615$32,427
Current Assets$104,512$63,634$32,427
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$1,614$1,036$0
Total Net Assets$105,217$65,579$32,427
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities64.7561.42--
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201720162015
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountJohn & Elizabeth Lauritzen Foundation $50,000 -- --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFrancis Family Foundation $10,000 -- --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAegon Transamerica Foundation $5,000 -- --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Campaign Purpose
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years Yes
Organization Name Kansas School of Classical Ballet
Address 7330 W. 80th Street
Overland Park, KS 66204
Primary Phone (913) 912-7105
Contact Email info@kscballet.org
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Juan Trujillo
Board Chair Ms. Theresa Schekirke
Board Chair Company Affiliation Samson Dental/ImmediaDent
Year of Incorporation 2011