Andrea Rojas Ortiz
From Toluca, Mexico, Andrea Rojas Ortiz started her dance training in jazz at the age of eight. Pursuing her dream of becoming a professional dancer, she moved to Queretaro, Mexico, to study at a performing arts high school. After graduating, she performed with a local dance company, and received two gold medals […]
Andrea Rojas Ortiz
2019-08-16T12:22:20+00:00August 16th, 2019|
2019 SUMMER INTENSIVES
July is always busy here at the School, and this year was no exception! We started off with our two-week Summer Intensive, welcoming a group of enthusiastic dancers from across Canada, Mexico, and the USA.
Our one-week Teen Intensive brought together a diverse group of dancers ages 12-16 from across Canada for a week of intensive training […]
2019-05-27T10:52:24+00:00May 27th, 2019|
Our end-of-year Attendance and Academic Awards are awarded during a special in-house ceremony. Please join us in congratulating the following students:
Maria Isabel Salgado
Anatomy Award – Leah Wilton
Dance History Award – Michael Rayson
Pedagogy 3 Award – Course Work – Morgyn Aronyk-Schell
Pedagogy 3 Award […]
2019-05-27T10:13:47+00:00May 27th, 2019|
Walker Wood Foundation Bursaries are awarded to students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
Other criteria upon which the Walker Wood Foundation bursaries are awarded include:
demonstrated leadership qualities;
high academic standing; and
good standing with the School and a commitment to training.
The extremely deserving recipient of this year’s Walker Wood Award is – Morgyn […]
2019-05-27T10:13:24+00:00May 27th, 2019|
The Leslie Wood Leadership Award is presented to a third year student who has displayed leadership qualities and has made a significant contribution to the life of the School. The award is named in honour of Leslie Wood, the exceptionally devoted former Chair, and current Past President, of the School’s Board of Directors, and recognizes Leslie’s […]
2019-05-27T10:13:11+00:00May 27th, 2019|
The Kathryn Ash Scholarship is a merit-based award given to a deserving student going into their final year of study and is the equivalent to one-half of one year’s tuition.
The extremely deserving recipient of this year’s Kathryn Ash Scholarship is – Andrea Rojas Ortiz.
Remarks from the panel of senior faculty and Board members include…