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It's Time to Get Back to Dance!

In the last year our kids have been warriors! They have changed everything they know in a moment’s notice. They stopped dance, sports, and even SCHOOL in person! We asked them to stay home and safe and try to do all the normal things on a screen. It was so hard. It still is, but dance is good for your mind and body!  

We love seeing our students back in person.  The building is full of laughter and music again.  We hear the tapping of tiny feet and the hallways are full of bags once more! Let us know if you want to be contacted when we open 21-22 enrollment!

HELPING DANCERS FIND THEIR PASSION SINCE 1989

While creating a supportive atmosphere of fun, family, and friendships our focus at K&R Dance Studio is to help each dancer find their passion in the world of dance!  We strive for student’s to build confidence and know that they can do anything they want as long as they set goals and reach outside their comfort zone!

Here at King and Roberts, each of our staff members are passionate about dance!  We make it our goal that your student receive exciting personalized instruction.  We promise your child will have an OUTSTANDING experience! Imagine watching your child’s confidence explode as they step on stage!

Calling all Daddy’s and Daughters!!! Join us on April 24th from 6- 8 pm.  We will dance, play games, eat snacks, and make memories that will last forever!  Register below!!

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Grab a Free 7 Day Pass below!

We would love to offer you a chance to try as many different types of dance as you want. Give us a little info and we will get you all set up!

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Five percent of children in the United States are diagnosed with a learning disability. According to Ldonline.com, a child with a learning disability experiences difficulties when “reading, writing, spelling, reasoning, recalling and/or organizing information if left to figure things out by themselves or if taught in conventional ways.” Children who struggle with learning disabilities often

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