AADM Dance Studio

Announcing our fun new program at the studio...AADM BUCKS!

These $1 & up bills will be rewarded to students at random times within the year. See below for just some of the WAYS TO EARN!

They can be cashed in at the office for fun goodies like snacks, studio water bottle, studio pillows, all the way to to some booty shorts or leotards!

What's so cool about this!?

We're excited to teach the kiddos not only positive ways to earn some BUCKS, but how to have responsibility in keeping them safe and SAVING, to REDEEM at their best time.

Drop In! You don’t need to be registered in classes to drop by one of our scheduled open gym sessions. This will run from Sept. thru Dec. Complete a waiver before you visit! Our process is more streamlined than ever and sign our waiver ahead of time:https://goo.gl/forms/avVrtvxB3d7BK5aV2

Come Explore. Come Play. Come Bounce.

Always & Forever 4Kenna

Kenna was a 4 year old, bubbly, happy, little kiddo that loved dance and her time in the gym. Even as an AADM Tiny Treasure and a newbie on Airborne pre-team, we all fell in love with her continuous smile and eagerness to learn. Kenna was one of our favorite little Dalmatians in last years recital as well as a dancer with Mother Ginger in the Not-So Nutcracker. She will forever be remembered and celebrated at AADM!

We ask that you keep Cody & Ethan Poor, along with brother Kayse, in your thoughts and prayers.

Her time here on Earth may have been limited but her impact on so many will be treasured and celebrated forever! πŸ’œπŸ’™




Congrats to Yasmin & Emma on winning the AADM Dancettes scholarship. They were selected by completing outstanding essays telling how the team has molded them as a person and student at AADM. All essays were anonymously read and Yasmin & Emma were selected. Both dancers will receive $100 to go towards their future CNADM convention and competition in November.

AADM celebrates the beginning of Season 13 in the Brown County Homecoming Parade. Dancers and Teachers were excited to throw out candy, dance in the streets, and make bolder relationships.

Dancers being awarded AADM Bucks!

Coaches head to USTA Congress and clinics.

Celebrating Miss Kate being a Queen!

Kenna Jayne Poor was a sweet, 4 year old little girl who LOVED dancing and jeeping with her family. In memory of her, the family will be ordering t-shirts for her supporters.

In lieu of t-shirt payment, the family has asked that you please donate to this memorial fund to honor her. Proceeds will be donated in her name and memory to her dance studio. This will help support other tiny dancers, and encourage them to keep on dancing for Kenna. 4K