Epic Dance Studios’ long-term commitment to Community Outreach is designed to provide students with a strong, creative, safe community; develop their individual talents; and to provide structure for students to achieve goals they never dreamed were possible!  With support from our private and corporate sponsors, Global Link, Little Big Idea Grants, and Lippert, students receive weekly dance instruction in one of three ways:

  • Free  programs in alliance with Elkhart Boys and Girls Club
  • Free After-school classes at select Elkhart schools.
  • Need-based scholarships for our students, who progress through multi-tiered programs, including our Epic Company members.

Check out some of the ways we've been involved with our local community below!

Monday, 23 October, 2017

Education Counts Michiana - Dance Engages At-Risk Students in Elkhart

Epic Dance Studios" is not just any other dance school. The program keeps at-risk students engaged through dance.

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Saturday, 16 September, 2017

Dance studio concentrating on creating 'good humans'

A week after opening its doors, Epic Dance Studios was hopping. Little girls in leotards learned first position to the sounds of a Disney soundtrack. Downstairs, instructors Sandra and Katrell (KJ) Jemison coached preteens on their hip hop swagger while members of the Epic Company waited in the wings for their turn to try new choreography in front of the mirrors...

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5 March, 2015

Concord's Best Dance Crew creates opportunity for talented students

Diamond Burdine remembers dancing with friends in the hallways of Concord High School. He also remembers the trouble that followed him in his youth before a resource officer and the director of dance at Concord Community Schools, Stephanie Pairitz, created Concord's Best Dance Crew in 2009 as a way to create a safe place and opportunities for students like Burdine to soar into the dance world.