Real Life

A Rite of Passage

The recital—that annual staple of the dance school—conjures images of childhood and Americana for many. It’s a rite of passage for thousands of youngsters, a chance to shine in front of family and friends that they anticipate with nervous excitement. ~Rhee Gold

Minds, Bodies, and Souls

Our goal is to educate the minds, bodies, and souls of our students, teaching them the skills needed for a successful life, whether or not they stay involved in dance. ~Rhee Gold

The Dancers’ Truth

There is nothing better than to express the emotions of life through the art of dance. ~Rhee Gold

Best Defense - Rhee Gold

Best Defense

I think confidence is the best defense against the emotional stuff. Keep on dancing; stay focused on what you need to do and enjoy the journey. ~Rhee Gold

Parent Role

As a parent, you play an important role in supporting your student financially, but your emotional support is of equal—and perhaps even greater—value. Encourage your child to be the best that he or she can be regardless of what others may achieve. ~Rhee Gold

It Takes Time

Dance is an individual art form and children need to be allowed to achieve at a pace that’s comfortable. ~Rhee Gold

Instinct Over Ego

If they weren’t loyal to the last person; what makes us believe that they will be loyal to us? Instinct over ego, always. ~Rhee Gold