Just Dance It

Founded in 1996 by Alina Lanza, Just Dance It! opened its doors with two instructors in a modest, small location at the Hammocks, in the same shopping center where it is now. In 2004, Just Dance It! acquired Heidi & Joe Melchiona’s Dance Center...Read more...


Address: 11493 SW 40th St., Miami, Florida 33165
Tel. (305)552-5774
Website: www.justdanceit.net

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Donna Lee Studio of Dance

Thank you for your interest in the Donna Lee Studio of Dance. Our teachers and staff are looking forward to offering another year of quality dance education in Homestead. Whether you have your eyes set on a professional dancing career or just want to participate for the sheer joy of dancing...Read more...

Address: 61 NE 14th St, Homestead, FL 33030
Tel. (305)247-3826
Website: www.donnaleestudioofdance.com

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Scarlett's Center Stage

We would like to welcome you to our Scarlett’s Center Stage family. Here at SCS it is our mission to instill in each of our students a love for dance to “keep on dancing” forever. Our studio provides an environment that encourages children of all ages...Read more...

Address: 6355 S.W. 8th St.West Tower, Miami, Fl 33144 Tel. (305)252-8009
Website: www.scarlettscenterstage.com

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Dance Studios in South Florida are an integral part of their proposal for the creation of the Art Culture in South Florida. Critical to this plan is the establishment of Dance Schools, where students would be trained in the artistic innovations of what was anticipated to become an American dance tradition, and would ultimately lead to the creation of the world’s leading dance companies in South Florida.

Today, the Schools of Dance in South Florida continue to work toward an Dance traditions fully reflective of the society it aims to represent. As an undeniably intrinsic, important, and visible aspect of American life, Miami Dance Academies consider the artistic representation of cultural and racial diversity as essential, and therefore regards an official, organization-wide focus on cultivating such diversity as but a natural extension of their mission: to train exceptional dancers in of all ages in South Florida.

Known as premier training dance academies whose graduates are poised to join and ultimately head dance organizations worldwide, Dance Academies believe that they must be proactive in assuring access to its auditions and training, as well as in providing the necessary financial, developmental, and social support for qualified students of all backgrounds. The Schools are cognizant of the scope of its influence in any dance genre, and therefore sees themselves as responsible for setting a tone of inclusivity and access within its practices, with the ultimate goal of affecting the racial and ethnic composition of professional stages worldwide.

South Florida Dance Crews current Diversity Initiative, are truly the continuation of decades of community-focused outreach and a long-standing tradition of support for talented dancers of all backgrounds.