The film opens with a news broadcast about a teenager named Jason Jackson being shot outside the Monte Vista High School dance lock-in. Jason tells the story from the beginning, starting with him trying to get into the most popular dance clique in school, The Ranger$. They say he has to pass the initiation of getting a pair of panties from one of the Sweet Gyrls by midnight. Jason then decides that he is going to attempt to get a pair of panties from his longtime crush Anastacia during the school's lock-in.
Meanwhile, Day Day, one of the Ranger$ and Jason's older cousin, owes Anastacia's eldest brother Junior $2,000 by midnight due to Day Day's father Darren telling Junior that Day Day would have his money after losing to him in a game of dominoes. In his English class, Jason gives Anastacia a poem he wrote about her after she forgets to do the homework assignment only for the teacher to make her read it in front of the class, which everyone including Anastacia finds to be very great. After school is over, Anastacia gives Jason her number, so they can write a song together sometime.
At the school dance lock-in, Jason, Anastacia, the Ranger$, and Sweet Gyrls play \"seven minutes in heaven\", but when it is Jason and Anastacia's turn, she tells him that she already knows his plan, and they decide to just stay friends. They later compete in a talent show to win $2,000 but when it comes to the Ranger$' performance, Jason finally beats his fear and raps to help them win the money. However, the Sweet Gyrls end up winning the prize money.
Both formal and forward-thinking, the Dance Department offers a pre-professional training program reflective of the 21st Century. Through sound training and a diverse curriculum, our progressive and systematic approach increases the dancers' technical, artistic, and intellectual scope.
Led by nationally recognized instructors, the Residential High School Dance program serves 10-12th grade and is based in classical ballet. Junior and senior dancers have the opportunity to continue with a classical ballet focus or to choose a modern/contemporary concentration. Both options offer students a systematic and diverse curriculum that is physically demanding and rewarding. They are designed to educate and prepare students for entry into the post-secondary and professional dance world.
Our mission is to nurture and maintain programs that are inclusive and reflective of a diverse and fluid global dance community with the goal of developing and educating successful, versatile, professional dancers.
Classical ballet and modern dance training is complemented with a diverse range of concert dance and dance-related forms such as Variation, Partnering and Pas De Deux, Historical Dance, Character, Methodology, Movement Improvisation, Movement Composition, African-based styles, Jazz, Pilates and Anatomy, Dance History, and Music for Dancers.
Additional classes in Anatomy, Pilates, Yoga, Alexander technique, Stretch and Strength, Cross-Training for dancers and Dance Injury prevention are offered to support and address each student's uniqueness.
Professional career guidance begins with a mentoring program at the junior level, leading to audition preparation at the senior level, which includes a resume, portfolio, solo audition coaching and audition applications.
Through the Governor's School's rigorous yet rewarding Dance program, students' gain knowledge of movement philosophies, vocabulary, styles, and dynamic range. They also build confidence and maturity as performing artists who are better prepared for careers in dance.
Starting in 1960 at just 50 cents a lesson, our family-owned and operated Sheryl's School Of Dance Studio has created a fun and lighthearted dance programs for children and adults of all ages for 62 years. Building close relationships with our students, from preschool dance to graduation, we hope to provide a fun and family-friendly atmosphere for all of our students. Mentoring your child throughout their dance career, we aim to provide you and your child the dance skills they need to help them thrive in their future dance careers.
Join us for High School Dance Day! A day created just for YOU. It is our hope that through master classes and conversations, you get a taste of not only our dance program and spaces, but the students and dance faculty that bring them to life! We hope you enjoy taking part in this day, as much as we enjoyed planning it for you!
Students in dance class learn about self-discipline, focus, and the importance of team work. They learn to use correction as a spring board to greater achievement. They learn to take pride and pleasure in their hard work and accomplishment.
Unity School of Dance, home to Kings Krew and Evolve, is owned and directed by Eileen King. We featurefeature dance classes for all ages and experience levels. Our courses are designed for dancers who want to improve their skills and use that background as a stepping-stone for the future. Whether a student is dancing for fun and exercise, or planning to enter the arts on a professional level, we are here to guide you along the way ad to create memories to last a lifetime
Serving Chicago's South Side Since 1993Hyde Park School of Dance is a 501(c)3 non-profit providing opportunities for students of all ages to study, perform, and create classical and contemporary dance at the highest levels of discipline and artistry.
We welcome dancers of any race, religion, body type, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, and family income. We cultivate a love of dance and strength of body, mind, and character that will benefit our students throughout their lives.
We offer Hip Hop and Ballroom/Latin summer dance camps for kids ages 5-17 in July and August 2021, at our Brighton studio, 323 Washington st, Brighton MA. Your children are welcome to join any of our dance camps.There are options of 5 full days or 5 half days for each camp session.
-Hip Hop dance camp - 3rd week of July (July 11-15) , and 3rd week of August (August 15-19)-Ballroom/Latin dance camp - 4th week of July (July 18-22) , and 4th week of August (August 22-26)The children ages 5-17 (there will be two groups) will learn basic HipHop/Breakdance, or Ballroom/Latin dance concepts, and develop a simple routine to perform for the parents. Healthy snacks will be provided everyday.The camp will start at 9AM, and end at 5/5:30PM.
If you are looking for a fun way to get fit, burn calories, lose weight, or a good cardio workout, Zumba is a perfect choice for you. Zumba is Latin dance inspired and is a lot of fun! Group and Private Zumba and Dance Fitness classes are available. To join our Zumba classes, please call us 617-202-9200, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Contact us>> Wedding Dance Instruction -Getting married Our dedicated team of experienced, professional dance instructors and choreographers will assist you in making your dreams a reality by helping the wedding couple and wedding party learn to dance with confidence! Discounted wedding dance packages are available. Interested Contact us! >>Go to Wedding Dance Lessons Page
Studio space is available to rent for private lessons, classes, rehearsals, auditions, performances, general fitness activities, or other special events. Rental fees vary depending on the size of the studio, purpose of rental, number of participants, day/time and frequency of rental, etc. Discounted long-term rental contracts are possible where space is available.If you are interested in renting one of our studios, please email us at email@example.com.
Go to Children's Dance Lessons Page Dance Lessons for Adults -Ballroom, Latin, Hip Hop, Breakdance, Ballet, Modern, for Adults 18+: Competitive Ballroom and Latin Dance Programs for Adults, Group Dance Classes, and Private Dance Lessons. Competitive Hip Hop or Street Dancing Programs for Adults, Street Dance Crews. Social Ballroom & Latin Dance Classes for Adults. Recreational Hip Hop & Breakdancing for Adults. Ballet for Adults Zumba, Dance Fitness.
Contact Us for More Info/Schedule a Lesson Our Student Testimonials \"My fiance and I needed a little lesson in order to get ready for our wedding dance. By chance we found Peter and we are so fortunate to have found him! He was so helpful and patient and dealt with the fact that I couldn't remember any moves to save my life. He came up with everything very quickly and then guided us through it very smoothly. He even took a video of us so that we'd be able to practice later. He was amazing and I highly recommend him for your wedding dance needs.\"
\"What a terrific dance studio! Peter was terrific. We worked with him for our wedding dance, and we were very impressed. Highly recommended if you are looking for dance lessons in the Boston or Newton area.\"
\"My family and I thoroughly enjoy taking lessons at Star Dance Studio in Newton since it fulfills all our goals: its very affordable and has two easily accessible locations in both Newton and Brighton; the dance instructors are competent and demanding so that one gets his or her money worth soon and sees a stark improvement nearly on a daily basis; while practices are quite intense and purposeful, the overall atmosphere is relaxing and rewarding for all age groups.\"
Yes, you can! The Dance Department has a variety of classes you can take during the academic day. Taking a full year of dance class will fulfill your arts credit requirement for graduation. Beginners can take Dance I, and those with dance experience can take Ballet II, III, IV, or V. Approval of the Director of Dance is needed to take Ballet II, III, IV, or V. 59ce067264