Little Legends Dance Camp
July 8 - 10, 2021
Our Summer "Little Legends" Dance Camp is a super fun camp structured for 4 to 8 year olds. We offer a 3 day camp with professional/adult instructors, a full schedule of classes in styles of Jazz, Hip hop & Contemporary and feature exclusive guest teachers! Call us today for more info!
Camp Cost - 1 Dancer - $150.00
Camp Cost - 2 Dancers - $270.00
Camp Cost - 3 Dancers - $375.00
$50 Non-Refundable Deposit to Sign Up.
You do not have to be a registered student to attend Camp.
Dancers age 4 to 8. * You must be in this age category to attend.
Parent Showcase will be held Saturday at 1:15pm.
Registration Deadline - July 5th, 2021
You may register over the phone, in person or online - Click Here
*Anyone registering online will be charged the $50 deposit. If you wish to pay a different amount you will need to register in person or contact our office.
*We do not provide Lunch and/or Snacks. Please pack a lunch.
You are required to wear dance or athletic clothes, easy to move in. You do not need to purchase shoes. Hair must me up out of face. No gum or candy. Cellphones and electronic devices must be put up, out of sight and turned off while camp is in session.
*Limited number of students will only be allowed to register. We follow State & CDC guidelines with COVID cleaning procedures, mask wearing while unable to social distance, temperature check and if anyone is sick, displaying symptoms, or has been exposed you will not be able to attend.
Thursday, July 8th, 202110-11 Hip Hop with Mikeala Graf
11-12 Jumps and Turns with Ashley Rutherford
12-1 Movie/Lunch with Mikeala Graf
1-2 Contemporary/Lyrical with Josie Moore
Friday, July 9th, 2021
10-11 Arts and Crafts with Mikeala Graf
11-12 Jazz with Ashley Rutherford
12-1 Movie/Lunch Break with Mikeala Graf
1-2 Contemporary/Lyrical with Josie Moore
10-11 Musical Theater with Mikeala Graf
11-12 Review Dances For Showcase with Mikeala Graf
12-1 Movie/Lunch Break with Mikaela Graf
1-2 Showcase - Parents may arrive at 1:00 and will be held at School location. Showcase will start at 1:15 pm
Haley Jonae grew up in Santa Cruz, California. She started dancing at age two and is heavily trained in ballet, jazz technique, contemporary, hip-hop, heels and tap. She competed from age 4 to 18 earning high awards nationally. Haley currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. She has worked professionally with various artists in music videos and live performances including Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lopez, Lindsey Stirling, Derek Hough, Luis Fonsi and is currently working for Disney’s Sophia Carson as her dance captain, and assistant movement coach. She has performed on CBS New Year’s Eve with Jennifer Lopez, in The High School Musical Live show, and toured the United States with Lindsey Stirling. Haley has worked with some of the most respected choreographers in the industry including Kyle Hanagami, NappyTabs, Travis Wall, Teddy Forance, Kiel Tutin, Phillip Chbeeb, and Tessandra Chavez. She has taught at dance intensives in the US and Europe, and continues her dream of making her mark around the world. Haley describes her mission as sharing her passion for dance while also bringing dancers back into their core of vulnerability and emotions, where the most growth takes place.
Mikaela Graf took her first dance class at 6 years old and has been dancing ever since. Born in Ohio and growing up all across the US, she has been trained by many different teachers at various studios in several styles. She competed with Dance Force in Clarksville, TN and our very own North Augusta School of Dance. Mikaela recently graduated from Davidson Fine Arts in 2019 and currently attends college at Augusta University, where she majors in Psychology. Her training includes ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern, and hip hop, and she has participated in local fine arts events, such as the Young Americans Workshop in 2018 and Fake It to Make It in 2020. She loves to take any opportunity to show off her passion and heart for dance,
Ashley Rutherford began training in dance at age 2. She competed with Studio West Dance, No limits Dance and Dance Attack. At the age of 10, Ashley performed with children’s artist Linda Arnold in "Circus Magic" and is a featured singer on the "Circus Magic" CD along with several live shows touring California.
Ashley has trained in Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary and Ballet and has trained with renowned teachers and choreographers across the country. She was a member of The Dance Company of San Francisco under the direction of Sonya Tayeh and Chris Jacobson. She started her own dance business at the age of 15 “Gotta Dance" and worked with private schools, after-school programs and preschools bringing the joy of dance to the younger students throughout the bay area.
Ashley has directed a pre-professional dance company for over 10 years. Her dancers have earned high point awards and are nationally recognized. Ashley has set choreography and directed several shows for the Salvador Dali Museum. She has worked with the Arts Council of Monterey including directing the "Champions of Arts" event where she choreographed a live show to honor Allen Sylvester. She has students that have majored in dance at colleges such as Juilliard, Chapman, Berkley and several other distinguished schools. Ashley has also judged for several regional dance competitions.
Ashley is very dedicated to her students. She continues to educate herself, to provide her students with not only dance training but also self esteem, confidence, and life skills.
Josie Moore is a versatile and emerging artist from Newberry, South Carolina. In her early years of dance training, she attended the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. During her summers she has trained at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Josie’s dancing experience ranges from Classical ballet and Modern all the way to musical theatre. Currently, she is enrolled at The University of North Carolina School for the Arts majoring in contemporary dance. During her time at UNCSA she has performed a variety of works including, Robert Battles’, Battle Field and many works by Josée Garant.
Aside from her dance courses, Josie enjoys teaching dance to younger students, and gaining experience as an emerging choreographer. Upon graduation, Josie is interested in a deeper exploration into dance on film as the pandemic has forced us to look at the art form in different ways.