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Colts Neck Dance & Performing Arts Academy: Educating Students in Dance and Performing Arts for Over 23 Years

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COLTS NECK, N.J. - TAPinto Holmdel and Colts Nek is proud to welcome Colts Neck Dance & Performing Arts Academy as an advertising partner of the TAPinto Holmdel and Colts Neck family of local daily on-line news. 

Colts Neck Dance has been educating students in dance and the performing arts of Monmouth and Ocean counties for over 23 years. Where and with whom you entrust your child’s education is a very important decision. Proper dance training and positive coaching is essential for what they learn today remains with them for a lifetime. Their professional teachers are committed to help build confidence in your child while they reach and achieve their dreams and personal goals.

Dance is worldwide and it is a nationally recognized activity.  Dance is appreciated due to the high standards and strong work ethic that aids the amazing abilities dancers have. Providing your child a dance education is an excellent after school activity that opens the door for opportunity.  Dancers that study recreationally or competitively at CND Academy have the advantage when applying to the specialized performing arts high schools.  CND students are involved in school dance programs, high school dance and cheer teams, high school dance companies, local theater and holiday nutcracker venues.  Many CND students are chosen to participate in many of the summer programs in the tri-state area.  Many have been fortunate to have been awarded financial scholarships when being accepted into their college and dance programs. Dancers are amazing individuals and many incredible CND alumni have gone on to dance professionally for dance companies, touring groups and perform on Broadway.

They are conveniently located in Colts Neck.  Morello Plaza, 410 Route 34 South Colts Neck, 07722. A receptionist will greet you and keep you informed as you wait for your child in our spacious waiting area with theater chairs. A dancers hallway to place dance bags, sit and change shoes lead to two spacious classrooms. Well equipped with two- way glass for viewing, sprung hard wood flooring, professional sound system and theatrical lighting in all classrooms.

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