|Subject: We focused on the HS sport more to gain from the $$ you put in for your future you can still dance on the side.. few make open or worlds by HS you should have an idea that is why few dancers do anything else dance/ track also JS sports allows them to be kids and have friends|
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Date Posted: 14:03:25 08/14/17 Mon
In reply to: Dd 's message, "How does you dancer balance dancing with a high school sport... how many classes a week do you attended what level is your dance ? We do not want to stiop dancing but too many classes is to much ?" on 19:38:47 08/10/17 Thu
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|[> [> Subject: According to what I've read only 1 in 20 high school students will get any athletic scholarship money at all, and far fewer than that will get any significant money. I've seen a lot of very disappointed sports parents over the years. Much wiser to focus on academics and then pursue whatever is your passion, whether that is a varsity sport or ID. While there are a few who can pull off a 4.0+ GPA while being a top OC dancer and a top varsity athlete, there are not many from what I have seen.|
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Date Posted: 17:18:06 08/14/17 Mon
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