We are versatile in many styles of our dance. Our dancers will perform at events.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Registration starts July 1st for new and old students. The fee is under the tuition link. We will have open enrollment all year, and we will practice social distancing as stated by the CDC.
Mask are mandatory for all students and staff.
ALL MAJORETTE STUDENTS MUST TRYOUT AND MAKE THE CUT TO PERFORM!!
MISSING ANY DAYS WITHIN A MONTH LEADING UP TO A PERFORMANCE WILL RESULT IN NOT BEING ABLE TO PERFORM, UNLESS YOU MAKE UP THE HOURS DOING PRIVATE LESSONS.
SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION For Majorettes
Due to the COVID-19 virus, we are changing around our Summer Camp days. ALL OF OUR CAMPS ARE MANDATORY IF YOU WANT YOUR CHILD TO BE ON THE TEAM AND PERFORM! IF YOU MISS CAMP, YOU MUST MAKE UP THE CAMP
FEES ARE $185 FOR 6 HOURS IN JUNE AND 10% OFF FOR EACH SIBLING, WHICH IS $166.
ALL CAMP FEES ARE DUE 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE, NO EXCEPTIONS!!
THE DATES FOR THE FALL CAMP ARE TO BE DETERMINED
STUDENTS MUST BRING ONE SNACK AND ONE LUNCH, NO SODAS. YOU CAN BRING GATORADE, POWERADE, VITAMIN WATER, OR WATER ONLY. NO CANDY OR CHIPS ARE ALLOWED. EXAMPLES FOR SNACK ARE AS FOLLOWS: ONE FRUIT OR CEREAL BAR. EXAMPLES FOR LUNCH ARE ONE SANDWICH AND FRUIT. FOOD IS NOT ALLOWED FOR NO OTHER DAYS IN JUNE.
FEES ARE $185 FOR 6 HOURS IN JULY AND 10% OFF FOR EACH SIBLING, WHICH IS $166.
STUDENTS MUST BRING ONE SNACK AND ONE LUNCH, NO SODAS. YOU CAN BRING GATORADE, POWERADE, VITAMIN WATER, OR WATER ONLY. NO CANDY OR CHIPS ARE ALLOWED. EXAMPLES FOR SNACK ARE AS FOLLOWS: ONE FRUIT OR CEREAL BAR. EXAMPLES FOR LUNCH ARE ONE SANDWICH AND FRUIT. IF YOUR CHILD WILL MISS CAMP, PLEASE LET MANAGEMENT KNOW A MONTH OR TWO IN ADVANCE!
Come meet our majorette coaches.
Dr. Erica has been trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, lyrica, Majorette, Contemporary, Modeling, and Cheerleading. She has 30 years of dance experience. For many years, she has worked with many schools, teams, and church dance ministries. She has also talked with many youth about life decisions. Dr. Erica has been a mentor for many children. She believes in inspiring young people to make good decisions. She had the opportunity to choreograph for many dance teams. However, Dr. Erica in the past has volunteered teaching dance classes in the Metro Atlanta area on her free time. She also has a medical and business background. She loves working with children and adults. This will let her pass her knowledge onto her students of all ages through creativity and passion for the love of dance, and laying out a practical foundation and empowering individuals with knowledge of life skills.
As a resident of Duluth, Georgia for more than 40 years, Miriam is an active member of her community in multiple facets. Her work in property management for 30 years prepared her well for a career in Real Estate. Miriam is a sough-after Realtor, praised by her clients for her commitment and knowledge of the North Atlanta area. A talented violinist, Miriam performs in the Duluth First Baptist Orchestra, and sat on the board of the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra from 2005-2008. Miriam coached her daughter for 15 years in violin before she was accepted into the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She is a valuable resource to parents committed to their children’s success.
Debbie, a Texas native. Have lived in Atlanta for (10) years and consider it home. Texas Southern University-Houston/DU graduate. MS Communications. Program Manager. Love gardening, travel, volunteering, and family.
- Child advocate, investor, influencer
- Woman of the Year Award 2005 and 2008
"I believe children mimic what they see, let's
show them positivity."
Pastoring for 38 years and presently in the process of building its first academy for K through 5's. Founder of Youth for Youth Coalition, a program that focus on helping youths that are in street gangs offering them a better way of making a positive choice. He is also a retired Sheriff.