Pace High Starlette Dance Team records two first place awards at National Dance Association championships

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 0 Comments

Pace High Starlette Dance Team records two first place awards at National Dance Association championships

 

Monsignor Edward Pace High School’s (Pace) Starlette Dance team made school history last week as it was awarded two first place awards at the National Dance Association (NDA) National Championships held in Orlando’s Hard Rock Live March 2 through 4. This was the first time in the school’s 57 years that the school has earned two National Dance Titles at the same competition. 

The team of 12 talented dancers is under the direction of coach Karina Saud, director Roxy Saud and choreographer David Nuñez. They competed against numerous schools from Alabama, California, Oklahoma and Texas and proudly brought home the two championship trophies and banners in the categories of Junior Varsity (JV) hip hop and JV jazz.

In addition, the team received a hip hop Choreography Award for the originality and incorporation of technical dance elements within their routine. 

The Starlettes have had a stellar performance and competition season and they are looking forward to finishing the year with their Annual Dance Showcase to take place on May 4. 

 For more information on the Pace Starlettes or their upcoming show, contact Saud at ksaud@pacehs.com. 


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