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Jefferson Dancers

Jefferson High School/Middle College for Advanced Studies offers dance technique classes to full-time students only. All students in the class of 2015 and later will need to be enrolled full-time at Jefferson High School/Middle College for Advanced Studies in order to participate in the dance program. This includes students taking dance classes, as well as those who participate in the performance companies (either The Jefferson Dancers or The Jefferson Dancers II). All dance classes are taught in professional studios by instructors with experience as professional dancers and/or choreographers. In addition, students have the chance to study with world-renowned artists in residency programs and to audition for post-secondary training schools and colleges. Three styles of dance are taken during the year to satisfy the district's requirements for physical education. Advanced dance classes require prerequisites and a placement audition. Auditions for the Jefferson Dancers are held at the end of each school year.

Mission

Our mission is to provide students with the opportunity to study in a professional environment that encourages creativity, commitment and achievement. The development of the whole student through artistic expression, technique, discipline, cultural awareness and community involvement provides a basis for success in all aspects of life as well as a foundation for further study in the arts

http://www.pps.k12.or.us/schools/jefferson-dancers/

Portland’5 Centers for the Arts presents Noontime Showcase, bite sized entertainment for you to squeeze into your lunch hour! These FREE monthly performances will feature some of Portland’s most popular acts.

FREE Brown Bag Performances at the Portland'5 Centers for the Arts!
Appropriate for all ages. 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Antoinette Hatfield Hall
1111 SW Broadway, Portland, Oregon 97205

Noontime Showcase is presented by the volunteers of Portland’5 Centers for the Arts, whose goal is to make the performing arts accessible to everyone in Portland. Each season over 1,000 people attended the FREE monthly performances. “The Noontime Showcase allows Portland’5 to say thank you to Portland for supporting the arts by providing free entertainment to the community,” said Margie Humphreys, Volunteer Coordinator for Portland’5. “It also allows us to invite our neighbors into our buildings to see all of the great things we have going on at Portland’5.”
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