Tulip Posted May 5, 2012 Share Posted May 5, 2012 I know that if my daughter stays onto the third year at Central she will hopefully obtain a degree. If she is unsuccesful in the ballet world for whatever reason then she will be able to use this degree towards a teaching training qualification, an early years professional status (I am choosing areas in which I am more familiar with), and many other professional fields. My daughter has worked so hard towards her chosen profession, this is more than a dream this is a itch that can't be scratched. a burning desire to do what she feels she needs to do. Fortunately we have been able to fund her towards her journey. Every penny spent on her dancing, has 100% been earned by her, and it has been a pleasure to have been able to give her this opportunity. My daughter is very, very careful about money and understands the cost of everyday living she is not given money easily. I would not however go into debt or put the rest of the family at risk. In my daughters school the children there know realisticaly where their style of dance lies. They definally know if their physique is wrong for ballet, just by observing what the required physical shape is. Because of this knowledge they have gone on to study specificaly more towards jazz etc. 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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