Ballet Arte Academy students accepted to prestigious ballet schools this summer

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Ballet Arte Academy students successfully auditioned and have been accepted to summer courses at a variety of prestigious ballet schools and companies across the U.S.

Back row, from left: Savannah Lyddy: Harid Conservatory, Florida; Sophie Williams: School of American Ballet, New York; Tyler Quinn, San Francisco Ballet; Olivia Lee, Kirov Academy, DC; and Juliana Forrest, Kirov Academy, DC; and front row, from left: Wren Ponder, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet; Audrey Ponder, School of American Ballet, Los Angeles; and Miranda Lee, Miami City Ballet. Photo: Deborah Brown

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