Dancing has been a passion with me for a long time. My mother tells me how any melody had me dancing when I was a toddler. On growing up I tried learning some serious dancing and after trying both Bharat Natyam and Kathak, I decided to pursue Kathak seriously. So, I have been learning Kathak for more than a year now. My Guruji teaches me twice a week about the steps, taals and abhinaya of Kathak.
I have cheered for an award winning national champion team, and I have cheered for a team that did not win a single completion. If there is one thing I have learned in cheerleading, it is that life is about taking chances and acting is a chance I am willing to take. From the acting class I have taken in high school and being able to put on a show every Friday night cheering for my football team in front of my community, to the acting classes I will be taking in college; I am fully prepared for my future as, Victoria Haddox, Academy Award winning actress.
Abdul eventually dropped out of college to dance and choreograph full time. She was recruited by the Jacksons to choreograph their 1984 "Torture" video, the first in a long list of videos and movies she would later choreograph along the road. She branched out into singing with her first CD "Forever Your Girl" which had not good sales until the single "Straight Up" exploded onto the charts in December 1988 and she has been a popular singer dancer ever since. Nowadays, she organizes dance camps for young
As I enter my third season with the company, I remain as grateful as ever, but attribute my success to years of hard work, dedication, and a natural eye for dance precision. Today as I prepare for our 2017 edition of the Nutcracker, I must arrive at rehearsals strong, fit, and prepared with a positive attitude. Rehearsals require endurance and focus: we practice approximately fifteen hours a week for four months to perfect the Nutcracker. I believe I have kept the sports tape industry in business by using it to prevent blisters from my pointe
With my first year auditioning, I easily gained a position into the group. From that day on, being successful became natural. Years passed and I had moved up in the dance world. I then made the senior chorus, as the youngest member ever, at the age of thirteen. I won over two thousand dollars in scholarship money towards my dance classes over the next four years.
i was on another TBAYS rec team with some friends in eighth grade but then in ninth grade it was time to try out for the big shebang...the high school team. I was fortunate to make the Varsity team at Traverse City West Senior High as a freshman. Since my freshman year I have played on the team every spring and now am currently a co- captain in my senior year. Through the high school team I have learned so much about soccer, the meaning of team, and friendship. Besides loving to play soccer I also enjoy hobbies such as tennis, snowboarding, sailing, photography and reading.
I went through the fall season and loved it. The bond that was formed between a stunt group, those little 3 year old girl who looked up to me and told me about their dreams of wanting to become a Berwick cheerleader just like me when they grew up, there truly was no greater feeling of accomplishment. After football season ended, the team continued to cheer for basketball and wrestling, which I mean is not as glamorous as football but we all still got to spend ti... ... middle of paper ... ...oms were now at the cheerleaders expense which totaled almost an additional two hundred dollars. That was more commitment than even I had been willing to make so instead I played volleyball in the fall and dove my junior year. With all the free time I had received from no longer cheering, I was able to get a job, save enough money to buy my first car, and give diving the full commitment it required.
Homecoming is a widely known tradition that every high school student looks forward to every year in the fall time. It consists of a great deal of preparation and activities that lead up to the big night of glitz and glamour. Students get to soak in the excitement with activities like spirit week, football games, homecoming court, and the pep rally. Everyone knows that the typical preparation of homecoming is all about the dress and hair, tuxes and ties, tickets and rides. All those tiny things will lead the dance to be reminisced after all the students graduate.
I can make and I have made decisions that really have a direct effect on me. Three years ago I decided do my best at school to have a good high school education and make myself better every day. Since I am in love with my school I have accomplish many thing like doing extracurricular activities. On March 1998 I joined United Talents a group of student that help the Parents Association to organize activities. We use to dance our Dominican Republic folk music for our parents and make each presentation more enjoyable for them each time.
I was involved in the school's band which allowed me to travel to Florida and march through Disney World's Magic Kingdom; Also, I was one of the few selected to participate in the states solo/ensemble competition. As a freshman, I was on the sophomore volleyball team . I was captain of the Track and Field team and got to participate in two events at the IHSA state track meet. As a member of the cheerleading squad I found myself promoting school spirit. I worked in retail at my town's local cosmetic store.