Drewitz School of Dance Highland students Zoom through exams

Students from the Drewitz School Of Dance, under the direction of Lorie-Gay Drewitz-Gallaway and assistant teacher Hunter Hildebrand, participated in Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance Highland exams on Nov. 30, 2020.

The examiner was Karen Baird from Glasgow, Scotland. This year’s exams brought in the students examined in Dance Star exams as well as medal, national and jig examinations.

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Students participated from the studio via Zoom to Scotland.

Recently received results are as follows.

Highland medals:

Dance Star 1: Successful pass – Kirstin Waloshin, Grace Hall, Mollie Kingdon, Sophia Heidinger-Fornwald, Alice Mowchenko and Kayleigh Reed.

Dance Star 2: Successful pass – Kirstin Waloshin, Tyler Zabel, Taylor Ellis, Elizabeth Harmsworth, Avery Talsma, Sophia Heidinger-Fornwald and Ava Mann.

Dance Star 3: Successful pass – Kennady Poole, Sophia Deitz and Aspen Mayuk.

Dance Star 4: Successful pass – Sierra Burback, Ekko Sanguin, Kelsie Wilson, Summer Gardiner and Payton Sernick.

Pre-bronze Highland fling: Highly commended – Ava Mann and Elizabeth Harmsworth. Commended: Chloe Marsh, Taylor Ellis, Avery Talsma and Tyler Zabel.

Pre-bronze sword: Highly commended – Aspen Mayuk, Taylor Ellis, Kennady Poole and Ava Mann. Commended plus – Sophia Deitz.

Bronze medal: Commended plus – Summer Gardiner, Sierra Burback and Kelsie Wilson.  

Pre-silver medal: Highly commended – Ekko Sanguin, Payton Sernick and Tegan Mosley. Commended plus – Alyssa Saccary.

Silver medal: Highly commended – Sophia Fleck. Commended plus– Cana Marsh, Aurora McCutcheon and Alexis Paton. Commended – Sienna Kuntz.

Pre-gold medal: Highly commended – Kerison Burnett.

Gold medal: Highly commended – Halle Adams and Marley Nashiem.

Scottish award 2 medal: Highly commended – Brielle Wakely.

Scottish national medals:

Pre-bronze national: Highly commended – Ekko Sanguin, Summer Gardiner, Payton Sernick and Tegan Mosley. Commended – Sierra Burback and Kelsie Wilson.

Bronze national: Highly commended – Sophia Fleck, Alyssa Saccary, Alexis Paton and Ekko Sanguin. Commended plus – Cana Marsh. Commended - Sienna Kuntz and Aurora McCutcheon.

Gold national: Highly commended – Kerison Burnett.

Scottish award 1 national: Highly commended – Marley Nashiem. Commended plus – Halle Adams.

Scottish award 2 national: Highly commended – Brielle Wakely.

Irish jig medals:

Bronze jig: Highly commended – Kerison Burnett.

Gold jig: Highly commended – Marley Nashiem. Commended plus – Halle Adams.

Scottish award 1 jig: Highly commended – Brielle Wakely.

“Congratulations to all exam students,” said Drewitz-Galloway.



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