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KANE Scholarship Program

Developing well-rounded Kane dancers

The Kane Scholarship program is designed for dancers who want to take an unlimited number of classes for a low monthly rate. This programs helps expose dancers to new styles and develop them into well-rounded dancers.

Dancers must audition for the scholarship program at the beginning of the dance year, usually in mid-August. Dancers who make it through auditions are placed into groups according to their age and ability.

If you're interested in learning more about the program, come down to our studio and talk to any member of our staff.


Picture of Kane dancer whipping her hair up

The scholarship program helps dancers get experience with audition, and be comfortable with the process.

Kane dancer doing the splits on the ground

Dancers are given an older or younger sister to help learn from and mentor other dancers to help them develop and build friendships.

Kane dancer jumping and arching her back

Dancers in the scholarship program are the opening number for our recital every year.

Kane dancer doing a back bend with one leg up in the air

The scholarship program puts on a free Christmas show every year, and there are parties for the holidays throughout the year.

Kane dancer standing on one leg, the other behind her, looking upwards

We offer master classes and workshops throughout the year that are reserved for scholarship dancers.

Kane dance beginning to do a leg lift

Scholarship dancers must take ballet, tap, jazz and the scholarship class for their group - other classes are optional.