Amber works hard in her Technique class with Edward Ellison, then is able to relax by taking a trip to her friend's farm in Connecticut for the weekend.
Jacqueline enjoys Choreography with Francois Perron, thanks to the choreography being tailored specifically to the dancers' talents.
Hannah takes a pair of classes, including Pas de Deux with Nick Ade, which is rewarding in how challenging it is.
Sterling describes his journey to ABT, then takes class with Gabrielle Brown, who manages to sneak difficult combinations into her seemingly chill class.
Jasmine gushes about how much she loves Suki Schorer and all of her teachers, respecting the fact that what they say is coming straight from Mr. Balanchine himself.
Amber's father tells about all that Amber has given up to follow her dream from Texas to New York City, and Amber practices partnering in Pas de Deux.
Hannah takes class from Darla Hoover, and Darla recalls the first time she saw Hannah, and the possibilities she saw in her as a young dancer.
Jacqueline returns to Manhattan Youth Ballet's Summer Intensive, and shows just how far hard work and determination can go toward improving technique.
Amber tells the story of how she came to New York and Edward Ellison tells the story of how he began his own school, while getting back in the groove with Technique and Music classes.
Sterling returns for another summer at the ABT Summer Intensive, picking up right where he left off last year.