Elite and Competition Team Parental Liaison | CHILDREN'S DANCE A | HIP HOP | Intro to Jazz
JASMINE BROWN (Elite and Competition Team Parental Liaison, CHILDREN’S DANCE A, HIP HOP, Intro to Jazz) took her first dance class at Progressive Center for Dance (now Carol’s Cubbage School of Dance) at the age of 5. Unfortunately, she only stayed for one year but her love for dance never subsided. She later returned to PCD at the age of 11 where she stayed and trained in ballet, tap, hip hop, and her two favorite styles modern and jazz until graduating from high school. While attending Philadelphia High School for Girls she was captain of the dance team and co-captain of the step squad. She was also a part of Penn State University’s dance team. She has been a teacher at XPY since its grand opening and one year when it was formally The Feltonville Dream Center. Jasmine is currently in school to receive her Bachelor’s in Human Services and Minor in Psychology. She currently dances as a member and is an assistant choreographer for the Greater Exodus Baptist Church’s praise dance ministry, Ministry in Motion. It is here where she has developed her love of teaching, choreography, and most of all her love for children. She is proud to call XPY her home.
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