for over 30 years
OFFERING DANCE EDUCATION
A MESSAGE FROM
We are dedicated to inspiring a new generation to love dance and life. Our passion is helping children to be the best they can be. We will provide the highest standard of instruction and care. It is a privilege to be entrusted with their training.
In addition to classical technique, students will receive the gift of self-confidence; learn the grace and style, which is a result from performing to one’s personal best, self esteem and dignity which will enhance their quality of life.
Our main interest is in developing good techniques, self-esteem, energy levels and quality of dance. Our warmth, discipline and pure love of the dance continue to inspire young people.
The studio is a positive atmosphere for kids to have fun and be encouraged to grow technically as well as personally.
A MESSAGE FROM
"We are dedicated to inspiring a new generation to love dance and life.
I would like to take this time to welcome you to the PDDS family. I want my students to realize they can do anything if they set their minds to it and that anyone who always tries their best is a “winner”. I want my students to gain in self-confidence, grow creatively, and understand the importance of respect for one another. I want my studio to be a place where great friendships and beautiful memories could be made, where every single student could feel important among their peers, and where students would truly care for one another."
Victoria Rhéaume is a multi-disciplined dancer, choreographer and teacher. She attended the Quinte Ballet School of Canada at the early age of fifteen where she later graduated with Excellence in 2013.
Assitant to Director, Choreographer and Recreational & Competitive Dance Instructor
Renee started dancing at the early age of 4 at the Paula Davey Dance School.
Her love for dance blossomed as she joined the competitive team a few years later.
She trained in multiple disciplines throughout her career such as, Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Acrobatics and Heels.
Pastries - $4
Butter Croissant - $2.5
Coffee/Tea - $1
Fresh Juice - $2
My name is Molly Piette and I am a grade 11 student at TDSS.
I am currently 16 years old and have been dancing at the Paula Davey Dance School since the age of 3.
I joined the competitive team at the age of 7, since then I have been training in many genres of dance (Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Musical Theatre) my favourite being Jazz.