ASHLAND – Five students of Annemarie’s Dance Centre in Ashland were inducted in to the National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA). This is the first class to from Annemarie’s Dance Centre to be inducted.
The National Dance Education Organization created NHSDA to recognize outstanding artistic merit, leadership, and academic achievement in students studying dance.
Induction is earned through the accumulation of points for dance classes, rehearsals, performances, research, workshops, and community service activities. Students also must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Students were awarded their certificates at The Movement Project’s annual performance in March held at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.
Students inducted were:
- Hopkinton junior Bella Cerulle
- Holliston senior Lydia Cheever
- Ashland senior Victoria Hyland
- Ashland senior Hannah Davidsen
- Holliston senior Meg Halpern
Annemarie’s Dance Centre in Ashland has sustained an exceptional reputation as a dance studio that provides high quality instruction for all students.
Teachers place equal emphasis on technique and the creative process. Its curriculum-based classes provide continuity and growth while the supportive environment allows students to thrive. There are performance opportunities for those interested and community involvement plays a large role in the mission of the dance centre.
The studio’s well-rounded program provides students the opportunity to explore their passions while learning to respect dance as an art form.
Photo courtesy of Annemarie’s Dance Centre