"... And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me."
Coming up at JCSD
October 17-22 we will have costume sizing in all classes. Dancers should wear fitted clothing if normal attire doesn’t call for it. For dancers who miss their sizing in class, please attend the make-up day Saturday, Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to noon.
JCSD’s first Popping Workshop for boys and girls was a success! We’re accepting registrations for the next one, which will be Friday, October 21 from 6 to 7:15 p.m.
Recital Flashback Week is October 24-29. Dancers are invited to wear an old recital costume to class or borrow one from the rack at the studio. If taking ballet, tights and leotard need to be worn underneath the costume. Regular footwear is required for all.
Many of our classes are full for this year, but we have a few spots open in each level. It’s not too late to join us as registration for 2022-23 classes will not close until November 1.
Welcome to Junction City School of Dance! We are excited for the 2022-23 dance year for many reasons, including new and renewed class offerings (namely Acro, Stretch Flex, and Jazz!) and Come and See, an exploration of the Gospel of John! We have several new teachers joining our staff and an amazing crew of apprentices to help in our beginning classes. We’ll see you soon!
The Junction City School of Dance welcomes you to try our ballet, hip hop, popping, jazz, tap, modern, and creative dance classes suitable for all ages and levels as well as worship and Bible instruction.
To teach all to dance from a heart of surrender and excellence. To love and encourage dancers to know Christ in new and deeper ways. To nurture and facilitate personal and spiritual growth in pursuit of becoming vessels that bring glory to God
Here is a sampling of the love we hear from our families and dancers
OUR DANCE TEACHERS & STAFF
Fear keeps us stuck;
Grace whispers freedom.
Fear makes us suspicious;
Grace makes us generous.
Fear shouts doubt; grace sings peace.
Fear murmurs, Look out for yourself;
Grace whispers, You’re not alone.
Fear shouts, You’ll never make it;
Grace replies, You already have.
Fear screams, God is against you;
Grace laughs because love always wins.