Shooting for the Stars

Shooting for the Stars: Wanting to be a Successful Dancer and Student Balancing dance and school can be hard… especially when you want to excel at both! Sometimes being a committed dancer and committed scholar can be more stressful than it is fun. Although, at times, that stress is inevitable, there are so many ways to relieve this stress and to make the journey as both a dancer, and a student, as fun and enjoyable as it should be! Here are a few tips and tricks I have learned through my time as both a committed dancer and a committed scholar, on how to set yourself up for success in both! 1. Time. My freshman year I always felt like I was running out of time! I would go to school for

Online vs Public school for training dancers

Hi dancers, teachers, and or parents. Today I'm going to be telling you about the pros and cons of online school vs. Public school. I'm going to incorporate some of my personal experiences into it as well. To start, I'll talk about the pros of public school. First thing is being involved with the school if that's something you're interested in. Getting to be in classes like leadership or ASB even photography and yearbook. Classes that get you involved with the school. Another pro would be that you are in a class with teachers so you are able to get help when you need it and it is easily accessible while you're there. Now on the pros for online school. First thing would be that you get to tak

Training habits for Dancers

As dancers, it's important for all of us to create and maintain good training habits so that we can improve. Going into the new year with a clear goal is important to continue to grow as a dancer. I’ve compiled some tips and tricks to improvement that I’ve heard from teachers and/or that I do myself. Know your Goals -write corrections in notebooks and every once in a while, compile most frequent corrections and focus on those -have a clear goal in class -focus your energy on what you want to improve, not at everything at once, to get desired results -don't be afraid to ask teachers what you're doing wrong as they are there to help you. If your question is on a specific skill, write down t

Dancer's physical & mental health

My name is Danica Born and I have been dancing for 7 years. Throughout these past 7 years, I have gone through a few rough patches which have shaped me into who I am today. I want to pass along the lessons I have learned to younger dancers and their parents so the newest generation at Allegro can stay happy and healthy. The biggest problem I have faced as a dancer is learning how to deal with my mental health without letting it affect my dancing and social life. I was diagnosed with major depression, anxiety, and OCD a few years ago, just before my first year on the Precision Dance Company. I kept it a secret from my team for quite a while before I got the courage to confide in them, but onc

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