Kim and Amanda

Philosophy/Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide all students with the tools and information to learn correct technique in the performing arts. We will make every effort to help each and every student gain self-respect, self-confidence and self-love. Every student will be encouraged to constantly set new goals, which are challenging, yet attainable. We will encourage every student to learn that through their imagination, great things can happen. Most of all, every student is a person who is entitled to be treated with recognition of their individuality, abilities and gifts. By doing these things, we hope to provide a love of the performing arts which will last a lifetime.

Limited Class Size

To ensure individualized attention, all classes have a small maximum limit. Preschool classes are limited to six or eight students. Level I classes are limited to a maximum of ten students, per instructor. Level II are limited to a total of twelve students & Level III has a maximum class size of 14.

About the Director

Ms. Amanda Fedor has been teaching dance in the St. Louis area for 15 yrs, along with 2 yrs in Los Angeles. She has been studying dance for over 25 yrs. She has appeared in multiple television commercials, played the part of ‘Toni,’ a lead orphan in “Annie,” and ‘Charlie’ in “Oliver.” She was also a featured dancer in the movie, “Solo”. Amanda has studied dance in Los Angeles, as well as St. Louis. She received her dance training from many master instructors including Ourania Simms, Lisa Nicholas, Gus Giordano, Van Porter, Lathaniel Cooper, Professor Robert L. Reed, Joe Tremaine, among many others. She also has trained at the prestigious “Performing Arts Center” in Los Angeles. Amanda truly takes care and patience with each and every student.

“All of your students are such a wonderful reflection on you (Miss Amanda). You are an educator. I can’t think of a better compliment or better way to describe what you do. You are concerned with the growth and development of the whole child. You nurture them and provide them with an environment in which they can succeed. You are a whole wonderful teacher…”