The Dance Academy of Mexico was established by Marina Croft in 2010 with the purposes of:
Disney World in Orlando, Florida in 2013 and 2012
Mexican Fiesta in 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010.
Summerfest in 2013
Rock and Sole Marathon with Summerfest in 2013
The Milwaukee Art Museum in 2013
So, Why Join the Academy?
What if you could influence more of your child’s skills and experiences by putting them into programs that empower them to learn skills apart from what they would just learn in school?
What if by learning these skills they had a chance to see more of the world than they would otherwise and to learn more about how the world works?
What if by the time they graduated high school, they had already accomplished much more than just passing their classes and getting that diploma?
If you are like we were, then you might expect your child’s future to be like this: Your child will graduate high school and get a job or will go to a community college or university and get a job, perhaps get married, have kids of their own and will likely work until he or she retires.
Why not enrich their lives by allowing them experiences they can learn from, that they will remember for a long time, and that they can pass on to their children?
Through the Dance Academy of Mexico, your child will:
Keep in mind that most people live within 70 miles of where they grew up. If this is the case for your child, then except for the occasional vacation around the US or to visit family in Mexico, your child will probably not see much of the world or have skills other than what they learn in school. What a loss!
Even if your son or daughter doesn’t become a professional dancer (which we don’t expect them to), keep in mind that for now, people and organizations will always want to see the traditional dances of Mexico and other parts of the world. They will want people to come to them to perform. This means that your child will have many chances to travel and see parts of the state and the country (like our annual trip to Disney World in Orlando Florida) that they wouldn’t have had otherwise if they had just played sports in school or played video games at home or going to dances at school and clubs here in Milwaukee.
Academy Attitude Toward our Children/Students:
Our children need to grow up to safe and smart. We need to begin to train our children to keep themselves safe and smart. We contribute to this by giving them child-sized responsibilities so that they grow up with experience in having and completing these responsibilities.
With regard to the Academy, these responsibilities include:
Academy Attitude Toward Our Parents and Adults
We need your help to make your children responsible.