More than 130 dancers from the school’s special dance, general dance and cheerleading classes will bring plenty of colourful routines to the Mandurah Performing Art Centre this month.
The students have been rehearsing all year for their glitzy night.
Year 9 Cheer-Dance Specialist Program student Dayna Suckling said it was the most exciting time of the year for all students involved.
‘It’s always a great opportunity to show your family members and friend what we have been working on at school,’ she said.
‘The best thing about cheerleading is meeting new people and putting all trust into your team members.
‘I’m really looking forward to wrapping the year up on a high note.’