The Fine Arts Academy, under the direction of Suzanne Bellore, was developed in 1993. The studio is located in Whitmore Lake, alongside US-23, in a beautifully renovated antique barn overlooking the scenic Wildwood Lake. Now featuring a NEW spring floor tumble track!

The Fine Arts Academy’s curriculum consists of Dance, Martial Arts, Music, Tumbling, Recreational Competitive Cheer and Musical Theater. This makes the school a very unique “Triple Threat” program. The Academy is dedicated to producing professionally-run classes with the finest quality, technique, and skill. Our school absolutely stresses the importance of  respect and tradition, introduced in a fun and welcoming manner.


Ms. Suzanne Bellore has an extensive background in dance.  She has studied under the direction of Marjorie and Sara Randazzo.  Her experience took her to dance at the National Academy of Arts, in Champaigne, Illinois. The Southwest Ballet Center, In Dallas, Texas under the direction of William Martin-Viscount.  Suzanne was the Captain and Co-Choreographer for the Eastern Michigan University Dance Team and danced at the nationally televised California bowl in Fresno, California.

Suzanne Bellore’s teaching experience includes:

  • Owner/Instructor Fine Arts Academy of Dance,  20+ years
  • Owner /Instructor Whitmore Lake Martial Arts
  • Director of Dance/Instructor, Lincoln Community Education 20+years
  • Lincoln Senior Center Fitness Instructor
  • Former EMU Dance Team Dancer, Assistant Coach
  • Barton Hills Country Club Ballroom Dance Teacher
  • West Bloomfield Hunt Club Ballroom Dance Instructor
  • Barton Hills Country Club Children’s Etiquette Instructor
  • Former Coach for Michigan Twisters High Kick team (semi-professional)


Throughout life … the ARTS remain critical to our balance, by developing creative, problem-solving members of our communities. The ARTS not only enrich children’s lives, the also have a profound impact on their academic achievements. Research consistently shows that students with an education in the Arts tend to outperform others by virtually every measure.