Royal Dance Academy wins scholarship to compete in national dance championship

Raquel Glasser

Raquel Glasser won a scholarship for the second year running to compete in the West Coast National Dance Championships in Las Vegas. Raquel is only 12 years old and has been dancing at Royal Dance Academy in Carmel Valley since she was 5 years old. Raquel is an all-round natural dancer but from an early age has had a gift for hip hop and jazz. She often choreographs and creates her own routines that are considered “outstanding “ for someone so young. Raquel is a dedicated student and works extremely hard in all her dance classes. Raquel has something special and shines when she is performing.

For more information on the Royal Dance Academy, visit or 858-350-9770.

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