Victoria International Ballet Academy is an educational institution in Canada where students from all over the world can receive professional education in the field of choreography, as well as classical academic education.
The school bears the name of its founder, the Russian ballerina Victoria Mironova (Evdokimova). The actress graduated from the Russian Ballet Academy. Vaganova in the city of St. Petersburg and more than 20 years was the ballerina of the Mikhailovsky (Mussorgsky) Opera and Ballet Theater. In 2003, Viktoria Mironova moved to Canada, where she opened her ballet school. After another year, this educational institution was transformed into a unique private school for the country, combining a professional ballet institution and a general educational institution. Officially the school is registered by the Ministry of Education of the province of Ontario as the Academy of Arts and Science of Canada (Arts and Science Academy of Canada). Since 2012, ASAC has acquired its premises with spacious ballet classes, where the children are still studying today. In addition, the academy has transformed into a full-fledged private school with full-fledged academic programs with an artistic bias - the professional school of fine arts and music with a vocal department were added to the specialization of ballets.
Arts and Science Academy of Canada offers an intensive program of ballet, music, English language courses for local and foreign students, as well as interesting excursions to the outskirts of Toronto. In summer, summer intensive courses are organized in each school area, and children's camps run from 4 to 8 years old.