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Businiess name:  Heidi Knight School Of Dance
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
If a person wants to learn ballet or acrobatics, this is a great school. In all other areas of dance such as hip hop, jazz, or tapp the chances of getting into a good class is only if you are one of the ""Company dancers"". Pointe isn't really offered to many girls unless there a company dancer. All the attention goes to the company dancers. This school is good for a beginner's first year, but not for returning dancers because the chances of them being promoted to a different instruction level is slim and they will most likely not learn anything if they remain in the same class level for a couple of years. Plus, to be a ""company dancer"" one must take many many of their classes to be considered. The owner is also very snobby and only wants your money.

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