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First Day of Class 2017

Tuesday, September 5th, Miss Jacie's Dancers are all smiles on this first day of dance class! Getting the dance year off to a great start!

First Place Overall in the Petite Trio - White Lightning National Talent Competition

Allie Davis, Danika Harmon, and Ellie Walker won First Place Overall in the Petite Trio division of White Lightning National Talent Competition doing "Born To Be Wild".

 

Teen Miss Talent USA Interview Award 2017

Maggie Buckner, daughter of Todd and Melanie Buckner, won the Teen Miss Talent USA Interview Award at White Lightning National Talent Competition.

Maggie attends McDowell Early College.

Carolina Dance Master Convention 2016

Dancers from Miss Jacie's School attended Carolina Dance Master's Annual Convention in Greensboro, NC Nov. 2016.

They studied dance from leading choreographers from all over the USA.  They also attended the Awards Banquet.

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Teen Talent USA Competition Interview Award 2016

Casey Mathis, daughter of Wayne and Leigh Mathis won the Teen Interview Award at Miss Teen Talent USA Competition held at the James G Warren Citizen's Center in Lincolnton, NC.

Lightning Dance Crew 2016

Six Students from Miss Jacie's School Of Dance recently danced with The Lightning Dance Crew at White Lightning National Talent Competition held July 16th in Lincolnton, NC. Dancers included Piper West, Emma Radford, Katie Dehart, Bella Hyatt, Dymon Loftis, and Kellie Dehart.

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Dancer of the Year

Hello!

My name is Sydney Young. I am 16 years old and a rising senior at MHS. I have been taking dance at Miss Jacie’s School of Dance for 12 years now. I take baton, tap and jazz. I am so appreciative of this honor to be selected for Dancer of the Year. I love being Miss Kristi’s helper and I am so thankful for both her and Miss Jacie for the opportunity. I love working with the younger baton classes. Every one of the girls are so sweet and thoughtful. They made my first year as Kristi’s assistant fantastic and fun. I was one of the lucky few who got to go to the 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and look forward to another chance to participate in 2020 with my dance squad. I had such an awesome time the first time around and wouldn’t trade it for the world.

I am usually quiet and reserved, but through dance I can express my true self. I am so grateful for my friends and family because without them I wouldn’t be the confident young lady I am today. As for my future, my plans include college and if fortunate, the opportunity to continue teaching baton on the side. One of my passions in the future is to write children’s books.

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