LYNNETTE'S SCHOOL OF DANCE / 517 TALCOTT, PARK RIDGE IL 60068 US / PHONE: 847-823-7334/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor started Dancing at Lynnette's School of Dance at the age of 2. She has been the Assistant Coach for the Velocity in Motion Dance Competition Team since 2017. She is in the process of obtaining a certification in Movement/Dance Therapy.
LYNNETTE'S SCHOOL OF DANCE TEACHERS
Angelica Campbell enters her 10th year of teaching dance. As a member of the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters, Angelica displays her talents choreographing for professional theater companies, schools, and various events.
Lynnette VanDien Bertollotti
Director & Coordinator
The school's director & coordinator of all curriculum taught at the studio. All teachers are qualified, certified dance teachers. Lynnette is a Master Graduate of Chicago National Association of Dance Masters (CNADM).
Our personable staff of certified instructors, teach several classes to offer a variety of levels and interests for every student. Dance training is our passion. The staff continues to study the art of dance in order to bring the most innovative methods and choreography to the studio. From the beginning levels of ballet, tap, jazz, tumbling, hip-hop and ZUMBA all the way through the advanced techniques, our hearts are in each dance class. It is such a joy to see that love and skill develop in each student.
Lorena Free Hamzic
Director and Teacher
A graduate of Columbia College with a degree in Dance. She is also a Certified Member of Chicago National Association of Dance Masters (CNADM).
Megan Swiderek started dancing at Lynnette’s School of Dance at the age of 2. She continued her education in dance at Northeastern Illinois University, where she earned a minor in Dance. Megan is a Certified Member of the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters (CNADM), as well as a Certified Zumba instructor and a member of ZIN.
Jessica has been a part of Lynnette’s School of Dance almost her entire life as she started attending classes at the age of two. Throughout high school she continued to dance and became an Assistant Teacher where she further improved her skills. In 2002, Jessica became a member of the Chicago National Association of Dance Masters.
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