Sara Hart, studio director at the Metropolitan School of the Arts, says that they are hosting three summer camp programs via Zoom. The dance school holds six weeks of classes. The classes range from ballet to commercial dance to theater. Two of the programs targeted toward recreational dancers have themes, including Harry Potter and “High School Musical.” According to alextimes.com, "The programs range from 30 minutes to four hours of instruction, depending on age and skill level. Camp leaders decided to shorten the programs and lower tuition to keep students engaged and pricing fair. Although the virtual platform has some challenges, including limiting engagement during classes, it has allowed MSA to reach dancers outside of the D.C. area. The studio hired 20 guest instructors from around the U.S. to teach masterclasses for the pre-professional summer program." As per alextimes.com, "The studio also worked to keep its younger students engaged by delivering materials to make props and organizing guest appearances from some of the students’ favorite characters, such as Dora the Explorer. “Some of our older kids will dress up as a character and join the Zoom. My daughter got to dance with Buzz Lightyear when he joined her class,” Hart said."