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January 22, 2023

Divisions (ages/grades as of  8/31/22)

Varsity (9th-12th grade)

Junior Varsity (9th-12th grade)

Junior High (9th grade and below)

Senior (18 and younger)

Senior Prep (18 and younger)

Junior (15 and younger)

Junior Prep (15 and younger)

Youth (12 and younger)

Youth Prep (12 and younger)

Mini (9 years and younger)

Tiny (6 years and younger)

Open (18 and younger)

Special Needs (all ages)

*** Oak Hills Dance Invitational 2023 Pricing ***

(prices honored when paid within a timely manner of registration; payments are non-refundable)

EARLY - by 10/28/22

1st Routine - $190

2nd Routine - $150

Additional Routines - $100 each

Solo - $55

Duet - $85

Ensemble (3-6 dancers) - $105

Special Needs - No Fee

ON TIME - 10/29/22-12/16/22

1st Routine - $215

2nd Routine - $165

Additional Routines - $105 each

Solo - $70

Duet - $100

Ensemble (3-6 dancers) - $120

Special Needs - No Fee

LATE - 12/17/22-1/6/23

1st Routine - $240

2nd Routine - $180

Additional Routines - $110 each

Solo - $85

Duet - $115

Ensemble (3-6 dancers) - $135

Special Needs - No Fee

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Alanah grew up in Phoenix, AZ as a competitive studio dancer. After high school, she was a four year member of the Arizona State University dance team. Alanah was elected choreography captain both her junior and senior years. Her senior year, the ASU dance team placed 2nd at UDA college nationals and went on to represent Team USA at the ICU world championship. Alanah and her team won the gold medal and title of World Champions with the jazz routine she co-choreographed. During her college career, Alanah was a UDA instructor, judge, and choreographer. After college, she went on to dance in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders. She currently co-owns the choreography company ABchoreo. Alanah co-founded and coaches Arizona's elite All-star team the AZ Aces. She is a core faculty member of the Danz team project and Axis Dance competition.



Brittney grew up as a competitive studio dancer in Las Vegas, Nevada. After high school, she went on to dance competitively for Arizona State University. Brittney was awarded the Captain position both her Junior and Senior year. In 2013, her team received 2nd place in the D1A Jazz division at UDA college nationals with a routine that she co-choreographed. This achievement awarded her team to represent Team USA at the ICU World Championships, where they received the gold medal. Brittney has spent her years after college traveling the country teaching at studios and choreographing for many high school and college teams. She currently co-owns a choreography business, coaches the Arizona Aces Worlds Team and is a faculty member of the Danz Team Project and Axis Dance Competition.




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Kami grew up dancing in the Cincinnati area. She danced at Emerge Dance academy where she won many awards. She was a four time recipient of the Steven Boyd Award and was awarded "Future Star of the Year" at KAR Nationals in 2017. Kami was a four year varsity cheerleader at Oak Hills High School from where she graduated in 2018. From 2018-2022 Kami danced at the University of Cincinnati. The dance team traveled to UDA Nationals every year where Kami competed on the floor in both Pom and Hip Hop all four years; each year ranking among the nations top ten teams. Her team also traveled with the University's football program to dance in the Military Bowl, the Birmingham Bowl, and the Cotton Bowl for the College Football playoff. Kami was awarded Rookie of the Year in 2019 and was name a Bearcat Strong Representative in 2021. She graduated from University of Cincinnati in 2022 with her Bachelors. Now, Kami, is in the first year of her doctorate program at the James L Winkle College of Pharmacy. Kami continues to further her dance career in her rookie season dancing in the NFL for the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Kelly Calhoun has been involved in the dance world for more than three decades. A former member of competitive school teams, Kelly has been judging dance for various circuits since she was 21 and also spent many years as a dance camp instructor. She coached at both Oak Hills High School and McNicholas High School, seeing many of her former dancers move on to collegiate teams and professional companies. She choreographs for dance teams and musical theatre organizations. She is passionate about helping youth achieve their individual potential and seeing them grow their confidence through performing. Kelly lives in Clifton, Ohio with her husband Dustin, son Noah, and daughter Alyssa.



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