Miss Hallie Vermette | Teacher
I am so excited for my second year teaching with my DSI family. Last year was my last year dancing with my friends and taking classes at the studio so I am very honoured to be able to continue this next chapter of my life while still being apart of such a beautiful thing. I am also very excited to start my university career at Mount Royal University where I plan to graduate and become an English teacher. Over the past 14 years, I have taken many classes in order to grow as a dancer as well as a person. I have taken jazz, ballet, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop and musical theatre. I graduated from Central Memorial High School and was apart of their beautiful dance program called PVA. PVA opened my eyes to many different genres of dance such as West African, Latin, Bollywood and many of the classical elements and genres of contemporary. I am excited to share my knowledge to the dancers I will be teaching as well as to build new relationships with new dancers. Being a dancer has really helped me express who I am and helped me understand who I am as well and I wouldn’t be here without the DSI staff. Within the 14 years that I’ve been dancing, I have met so many talented dancers and mentors that inspire me to be better dancer, person and teacher everyday. I was given the Most Promising Jazz Dancer at DSI in 2017 and I’m very excited to continue training some new dancers. I am thrilled to be able to give young dancers the opportunity to grow and find out who they are just like the DSI staff has done for me. 2019-2020 here we come!!