Dancing with Lynchburg since 1939, Seven Hills Dance Studio has taught hundreds of students how to point, shuffle, pirouette, and leap, all with style and grace, and of course, all while having fun!
The studio began in 1939 as Floyd Ward School of Dancing on Fifth Street in downtown Lynchburg. 1984 saw a transition to a new home in Boonsboro Shopping Center beneath a new name, Lynda Bell’s Floyd Ward School of Dancing, and then in 1992 into what we know today – Seven Hills Dance Studio, under Susan Evans. In 2015, Ryan Moody, new owner and Artistic Director, gave the studio a fresh new look after winning a National office makeover contest!
Seven Hills continues to evolve, always maintaining quality dance instruction with professional teachers and innovative choreography. We strive to enhance the creative, mental, physical and social growth of our students through the art, joy, and love of dance.