Leaping into the elite

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Teacher Kim Baker said senior student Marcus Alessandrini would pursue dance as a career after being accepted into the WA Academy of Performing Arts.

Tessa Enright ” a level 4 Specialist student at KBBA ” recently won the Jacinta Ross-Ehlers Award.

Part of her prize will be attending private lessons with former WA dancer Jacinta Ross-Ehlers.

Evan Telcik, another KBBA student, was accepted into the Interstate Training Program for the Australian Ballet School in Melbourne.

Ms Baker said ballet starts in the Hills with Tiny Tots, which has creative, fun classes for two-and-a-half to five-year-olds. Then there are Junior and Senior grades.

Contemporary classes are also available.

Ms Baker said all Hills classes were held in a professional dance studio with air conditioning, sprung floors, barres and mirrors.

Kim Baker can be contacted on 0438 673 212 or go to kbba.com.au .