School Program Partners
Schools are lacking resources for quality, professional, arts and physical education. School of Breaking effectively uses Hip Hop culture and Breaking as an alternative source of K-12 physical and performing arts education that encourages students to be healthy and courageously express their creativity.
For over 12 years we have actively championed the education of Breaking and Hip Hop culture in schools throughout the state of Colorado as an effective and alternative source of physical and performing arts education.
Our School Programs feature a progressive curriculum and certified instructors who create a fun and positive environment where students can be themselves. Each class is packed with fun activities, great music, and engaging discussions. Students get to learn the basics of Breaking (Breakdance) as well its history, values, and cultural influence.
What Does It Mean To Partner With Us?
Partnering with School of Breaking means you are committed to excellence. We value professionalism and high-quality education. Partnering with us means your students will:
- Experience the art of Breaking with first-class dance training from awesome & certified dance instructors.
- Develop cool moves while enjoying great music!
- Be supported to be themselves, dance and express themselves freely.
- Learn to exercise, stretch and breath properly.
- Overcome challenges
- Build character.
- Practice healthy habits.
- Establish life skills e.g. work ethic, patience and persistence.
- Sculpt their thoughts, words and actions.
Who ARE OUR PARTNERS ?
Our partners have been with us from 1-year to many years. They are incredible organizations, schools and school districts who support and believe in our services. We would like to thank them for working with us and for seeing how important this type of education is for the physical, mental and emotional health of our students, adults, schools and community.
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