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Upcoming Events

 

Click Here to View the 2019-2020 Fall Schedule

 

Fall 2019 Registration Dates and Times

In House Studio Dates:

Returning Students:

Monday, August 5 (3PM-7PM) Ages 2-6

Tuesday, August 6 (3PM-7PM) Ages 7-12

Wednesday, August 7 (3PM-7PM) Ages 13+

Open Registration:

Thursday, August 8 (3PM-7PM) All Ages

Friday, August 9 (3PM- 7PM) All Ages

 

Fall Classes begin Tuesday, September 3rd!

 

Holidays/ Studio Closings

Fall Break -November 27-30

Winter Break- Dec 23-Jan 1

Spring Break- April 10-16

 

Save the Date!

Recital Weekend at the Crown Auditorium

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Dress Rehearsal

Friday, June 12, 2020

  • Contact Us

    For any questions regarding dates or times, please contact the office at 910.426.3210

    Located at:
    3504 Masonboro Ct.
    Hope Mills, NC 28348
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  • Jodie Nance

    Jodie NanceJodie Nance is a native of Cumberland County. Her extensive background in education is indicative of her passion to learn and to educate others. She earned her two Bachelor of Science degrees from UNC-Pembroke in Health/Physical Education and Middle Grades Education. She received her Master of Arts degree in Special Education from Fayetteville State University. Jodie has been a North Carolina state certified teacher for the past 24 years. In addition, she is a National Board certified teacher specializing in Mild to Moderate Disabilities.

    Jodie is proud to serve as a tumble instructor at Cumberland Dance Academy. Her background in tumbling stems from her years as a high school and collegiate cheerleader, as well as a long-time cheerleading coach. Jodie coached cheerleaders for 20 years, the latter 15 years were as a head varsity cheerleading coach in the Cumberland County School system; however, she considers herself “retired” from coaching cheerleading, but enjoys the opportunity to continually share her love and passion for the art of tumbling at CDA. During her coaching years, she has led her teams to numerous local championships as well as placing at the national level, choreographing her own routines to include cheers, dance, stunts, and tumbling. Jodie was awarded the very first Cumberland County “Cheerleading Coach of the Year.” Jodie is married to her husband of 17 years, Jeff. She is also the proud mother to a son, Jackson, and a daughter, Jenna Grace.