Freedom Academys’, Eliana, Talks Dance

Eliana’s Dancing has helped her in so many ways. There is something special about Eliana. Everyone who meets her automatically respects and trusts her. This characteristic makes her the leader that she is. Even though she is too young to be in the Leadership Program at Freedom Academy, she found a way to be a leader (helper) for that program. She is an amazing girl in so many different ways

Q: You have been dancing for four years. Tell us about that?

A: I take Jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary, improve, leaps and turn and hip hop.

Q: What is your favorite type of dance? How many hours do you spend on dancing?

A: My favorite type of dance is contemporary. I like the free form, modern aspect of it. I spend up to eights hours every week dancing.

Q: Tell us about your “helper” status in the leadership program at Freedom Academy?

A: At Freedom Academy North, I truly enjoy helping the Leadership Program. I am not old enough to be in it yet, but I was selected to help and organize different functions for the program. The Leadership Team raises money for our school, along with struggling families and children. This is giving me the incredible opportunity to be an outstanding leader in the years to come.

Q: What do you aspire to be when you grow up?

A: There are so many things that I want to be when I grow up. I just want to make sure that I will be a successful role model.

Q: Do you have any cool plans for the summer?

A: This summer I am looking forward to spending time with my family and friends. I really enjoy traveling and culture. We usually go to Mexico, but I am hoping to go to Europe too.

Eliana is a fourth Grader at Freedom Academy North Campus.

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