December 5, 2022
Are you planning to pursue a major in dance? Are you aware of the additional work required to showcase your talents? Do you know how to prepare for an audition? Are you communicating with professors at your applied colleges? If you feel overwhelmed by this process, our two-part webinar series is for you.
Join us for two national webinars with Samantha Conte, College Planner and Performing Arts Specialist for Class 101-Dayton, on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 and Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 7 p.m.
In addition to serving Class 101-Dayton students as a college planner, Samantha Conte is a performer, dance educator, and choreographer. Her previous training includes fourteen years at South Dayton School of Dance under the instruction of Gina Walther, Gigi Gardner, and Erin Robbins. In 2012, Samantha was awarded the “Monticello Award for Emerging Choreography” for her work, Inferno, which was selected to perform in Montreal as a part of Regional Dance America. She then continued her training at Ball State University where she graduated with her B.F.A. in Dance, magna cum laude. Since graduating, she has been on staff at many local dance studios, as well as spending time in Hamilton area pre-schools to give children early exposure to dance. Throughout her dance training and professional career, Samantha has worked with guest artists, such as Sidra Bell, Rodney A. Brown, Leslie Dworkin, Cody Szarko, John Litzler, Ruka White, William B. McClellan, Jr., and Debbie Blunden-Diggs. Samantha spent three seasons as a company member with Mamluft&Co. Dance in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is now
in her third season with Hixon Dance in Columbus, Ohio.
Class 101 can help performing arts majors explore the many resources available and craft the college list, a preparation and audition plan, and an application that gets noticed. We also help students manage the many deadlines involved in that process. Contact us at 937-705-5113 to schedule a free college planning consultation if your student is interested in majoring in the performing arts in college.
November 21, 2023
Add to your college visits with our Class 101 College Nights! Class 101’s College Night allows students to virtually review a college of interest, meet with admissions, hear everything the school has to offer, and ask questions from those who know it best! Arizona State UniversityWednesday, December 6 at 7:30 p.m. ETClick here to […]Read More >
November 13, 2023
The national Class 101 network has launched the Super Junior program for the Class of 2025! The “Super Junior Checklist” is specifically designed to help our students stay ahead of the stressful admissions schedule. The Super Junior program is specifically designed to ensure juniors get ahead before their application season even begins. Let’s go, Class […]Read More >
November 13, 2023
What do you give to a student who has everything? How about their future? Finding the perfect gift for that special high school student in your life can be difficult, but we can help! Give a gift that will last beyond this holiday season. Applying for college can be stressful, and we offer a comprehensive […]Read More >