Louella Asante started at The Aim Sky High Company in 2016 as a 7-year-old dancer in a streetdance academy. She was noticeably a very talented little girl and worked her way up into our Professional Development School very quickly. In the academic year of 2017/18 Louella joined our Professional Development School and began to pick up work very quickly. Her achievements include:
Serena Brown is a 16-year-old first year college student who has been dancing since she was 6 years old. She is currently the longest standing dancer at the Aim Sky (ASH) High Performing Arts School. Serena has training in all genres of dance at ASH but loves the adrenaline rush of hip hop and feels she is at her best with Street styles. She works very hard to fulfil the highest expression of herself as an artist, thanks to her dance teachers who encouraged and supported her to achieve her best over the years.
From 2010 – 2014 Serena was a member of the successful dance group SuperKidz that competed at advanced level earning regional, UK, European and World titles. One of the group’s high accolades was winning the HHI UK Championships in 2012 and going on to represent the UK at the HHI World Championships in Las Vegas that same year. SuperKidz split up in 2014. Serena continued at ASH undertaking advanced training to ensure she remains outstanding in dance. She also undertook regular training in New York, London and Jamaica even while studying for her GCSEs over the last two years.
Serena has been a member of the TrendKids dance group since it was founded and has shown real commitment to the group’s ethos of setting good examples for peers to follow. Her long term goal is to become a professional dancer/dance teacher. Serena currently teachers our beginner competitive teams as she is a great role model with vast personal experience. We have committed to helping Serena attain her goals by training her as a teacher to the highest standard, with all professional qualifications necessary.