NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR THE DANCE ARTS [NHSDA] & RAISING THE BARRE LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATION
The Studio is very proud to be recognized as a chapter of the National Honor Society for the Dance Arts.
NHSDA is meant to recognize those young people for whom dance is their most significant extra-curricular activity during school. It has significant dance components as well as service and academic components. Once requirements are met members will be inducted via ceremony. Inducted members receive a cord and recognition for graduation. This program is eligible to dancers starting in sixth grade.
It is with great pride that we announce our spring inductees and graduates. The ceremony takes place at the John Harris Mansion in Harrisburg. These students excel not only in dance, but also in service and academics. They are very impressive young ladies and embody the beauty and joy of dance.
Future NHSDA members, see useful documents to track your points below.
Raising the Barre is a youth service organization that uses the joy of dance to enhance its community while providing members with the skills and opportunities to make them compassionate, responsible, confident, and strong leaders.
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- Who: Dancers ages 11-19 years of age – 6th Grade and up
- Why: Provide candidates with the skills and opportunities to make them compassionate, responsible, confident, and strong leaders.
- What: Raising the Barre students shall complete service and session hours as assigned by a Faculty Mentor who will help them schedule their commitments and guide them through their projects.
More information about both groups can be obtained HERE through a comparison executive summer.