Sports, Dance & Cheer

Saint Francis Xavier Seventh Grader, Kate, Talks Dance and Theatre

Q. Along with other extra curricular activities you are a dancer, what type of dance do you do? How long have you been dancing? A. Yes, over the years I have taken jazz, ballet, tap, musical theatre, and lyrical dance classes. I have been dancing for about three years now and although I enjoy it, I really only do it …

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Ss. Simon and Jude Eighth Grader Talks About Her Success in Ballet

Q. You practice ballet, tell us about that? Where do you practice? How many hours a week are you dancing? What is the best thing about being in ballet? A.  I have been doing ballet since I was about four years old, where I started in Flagstaff.  I love doing ballet. It makes me feel happy and peaceful and I …

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Christ Church School First Grader, Jedi, Talks Sports

Q. You are involved in many sports. Tell us which sports you are involved in and which ones is your favorite? A. I play golf, basketball, baseball and go surfing. My favorite is baseball.  Q. What position do you play? How long have you been playing? A. I play outfield usually because I have a good arm and like to …

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New Way Alumni Returns as Dance Teacher

New Way Academy is excited to welcome Jared Johnson, Class of 2016, back as a dance instructor for the 2016-2017 school year. Jared, an accomplished hip-hop dance performer and first ever Mr. New Way, shares a few of his memories as a New Way student and hopes for the year to come. Q. Tell us about your teaching role at …

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Lorenzo Talks Sports and Travels

  Lorenzo thinks CCS is “the best school ever”, former karate student at JSK, rec. soccer with Madison Futball Club, tennis at Gold Key Racquet Club, snowboarding, new dog owner of his seven month old dog, computer gaming and aspirations of having his own YouTube channel, enjoys his time in Italy and likes to travel anywhere with friends and family. Q: …

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Mick Talks Football and his School

Jones Gordon School (JGS) is known for its safe, nurturing environment. Students like seventh grader, Mick Bahu, is a big reason JGS has this reputation. Mick is a leader with a kind heart for everyone, especially underdogs. He will find a person in need of a friend and help that person feel cared for and accepted. Because Mick is so …

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Horizon Honors Senior, Joshua, Talks Sports

Q: You have been very involved throughout your high school career. What groups and sports teams have you participated in? A: I have been a part of the Varsity Soccer Team, Varsity Track and Field Team, Varsity Cross Country Team, and Varsity Volleyball Team. I’ve also been a member of the Pre-Med Club, Key Club, and Student Council. Q: Which …

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Jake Talks Baseball at Bethany Christian School

Q. What do you like most about Bethany Christian School? A. I like the Christian environment and the teachers are always willing to help us with our schoolwork. Q. You were on the inaugural school baseball team this year. When did you start playing baseball? A. I started tee-ball at four years old. Then, I started club baseball when I …

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Saint Francis Xavier’s’ Alli Chester Accepted to Summer Program at Pacific Northwest Ballet School

Alli Chester is a ballerina with Ballet Arizona and has just received admittance to a select dance program in Seattle. She is sweet, humble and adorable with an incredible work ethic. Q. You are a ballet dancer, tell us about that. A. I practice classical ballet at the School of Ballet Arizona. I dance six days a week for a …

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PCDS’ Senior, Andrew Ekmark, Gets Accepted to Play Basketball for Stanford

Andrew is leading our Varsity Basketball team to the state tournament and a top rank in the state. He’s committed to play basketball at Stanford and has an extremely high GPA within a rigorous academic program at PCDS. He’s a great young man! Q. You are a Varsity basketball player tell us about that? A. I’ve been playing basketball since …

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