Torrey Pines Expression Session 2013

Expression Session dancers From the Director: Expression Session 2013 is a showcase of the artistic and athletic talents students have developed throughout the year. In four years, the Torrey Pines High School dance program has grown from 80 to 240 students. The school’s award winning teams compete in regional and national tournaments.

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Expression Session 2013, the Torrey Pines High School dance program’s year-end extravaganza, was held June 8.

The audience was treated to a variety of dazzling dances. The photos on this page show the dress rehearsal for the performance, held June 7.

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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