Enroll your child or ward into our Dance Classes today. Ernesto, long-time dance instructor, choreographs and directs our classes. The classes take place twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Not only do these classes incorporate exercise during the week, but they also engage our students in fun ways that help them grow as people. During dance class, students participate in exciting team-building exercises that help them bond with their peers and communicate more effectively with their caregivers.
Classes are just $10 per week, per student. Participants do not need to be enrolled as a student at the center to join dance class.
About Our Instructor
Ernesto Plazola is a native of Caracas, Venezuela where he grew up strongly influenced by Latin rhythms. Ernesto currently lives in Dallas, TX and for over ten years now, he has been highly sought after as both an instructor and choreographer.
Ernesto has a strong, energetic approach to movement which has given him a loyal following on the dance and fitness industry. His group classes are fun, energetic, inspiring also very musical and sweaty!
Ernesto has had the opportunity to teach and choreograph for different events and
productions including the world cup in 2014 for Coke, Anita Martines Ballet Folklorico, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Museum of Art and United Dance Academy among others.
Successfully leading dance teams on a different genre, Ernesto is the director of the biggest Brazilian dance and entertainment company in the DFW.
Achievement Center of Texas is committed to our students. One of those commitments is to help students enhance our students lives through Art Exploration programs. One of the programs offered are dance classes.
Unfortunately, not all of our students have the financial means to enroll in dance class.
We are currently seeking donations to fund scholarships for the students who are financially unable.
What your donation will give a student:
$40 for a month of dance classes.
$500 for a year of dance classes.
Click the button below to sponsor a student for dance class.
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