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This is my 7 year old daughters third year at Shooting Stars and I can not say enough good things about them. Ms Sam and all her staff have given my daughter so much confidence in herself. I knew she was in the right place when she came off stage after being in front of hundreds of people by herself and said "Mom, I am so proud of myself". She didn't need a trophy to get that feeling of self confidence because Ms Sam instills it in her students each and every day. It is so personable there, she knows each students name and makes sure each child is always having fun while learning. She loves to teach and it shows in how she teaches. I am proud my daughter is a Shooting Star Performer and I recommend everyone to try them before going to any of the other area studios....
Hi there, just responding to both comments about Shooting Stars Performing Arts as the OWNER of the dance studio. I don't believe I have ever met you Lori, or your daughter and am so sorry you had a terrible experience at a dance studio. However it did not happen at mine. I would never treat a customer or a child like that. We at SSPA, have a staff of people who do nothing but encourage and inspire the love of dance to whoever walks through the door. It is unfortunate that maybe you have gotten studios confused, or even worse making up a story of a dance studio that has nothing but positive things to offer to its customers. Please contact me at the studio directly if I am wrong. I wish you and CCS all the best in your journey in finding what dance is all about...and it certainly has nothing to do with lies and trophies. SSPA offers positivity, inspiration, and most of all the love of dance. Thanks so much!
02/07/2012Provided by Citysearch -
My daughter dances at this school. It started off great and sweet. Samantha was great and her mom was so nice to us. Somewhere, somehow it all went down hill. Mrs. McShane pulled me aside one night to tell me that my daughter is not good enough to dance with the girls she is with (they placed her there). Hoping it would blow over we returned the next week. Once again she pulled me aside and asked me to move to another class. This started off fun but now it's sad. I can't afford additional classes and I don't want to hurt my daughters feelings... She's 8. I want my daughter to experience dance but not make it her life. Since when did dance schools only become about their image and how many trophies they could win? Missing Karen White's school.