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Why Choose Us ?

At QDance, we are very passionate about dance. Our goal is to ensure that our dancers have fun while learning.

Standard Services

For children ages 3 and up we offer Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Tap, Pointe, Hip-Hop, Acro, and Broadway. For adults: Jazz, Funk, and Tap.  Private lessons available.

Competition Services

Dancers can audition for an Elite competition group, ages 7-18.

QDance recently attended Talent On Parade Regional Competition in St. Louis.  There were 36 studios

in attendance and over 200 dances competed. QDance Elite took 35 dances and had 26 place in the top 10.

18 dances placed in the top 5.


Two dances received 1st place trophies.  Soloist Payden Frese received 1st place with her number "You

Are The Reason."  She also received an invitation to join the TOP Starz, which is an opportunity to join

others from across the country in a special performance at Nationals.  Other soloists that received TOP

Starz invitations are Erica Alexander, Peyton Kelly, Taylor Routh, Kearstyn Scott, and Aleigha Child.


A duet performed by Megan Sohn and Peyton Kelly also received a 1st place for their piece,

"People Help The People."  This dance received the Category Cup for the highest score out of all

the lyrical duo/trios in all levels combined.


Soloists placing in TOP:

3rd – Kearstyn Scott in the 9-10 yr level

9th – Olivia Wiegand in the 9-10 yr level

3rd – Taylor Routh in the 11-12 yr level

3rd – Peyton Kelly in the 13-14 yr level

1st – Payden Frese in the 15-16 yr level

6th - Megan Sohn in the 15-16 yr level

7th – Grace Stotts in the 15-16 yr level

3rd -  Erica Alexander in the 17-19 yr level


 Duos placing in TOP:

1st – Harper Frese & Brynlee Sohn in the 6 & younger level

1st – Megan Sohn & Peyton Kellly in the 13-14 yr level


Trios placing in TOP:

2nd – Paige Kelly, Karli Nieders, & Ryleigh Bush in the 7-8 yr level

4th – Victoria Mayfield, Taylor Routh, Ella Meyer in the 9-10 & 11-12 yr level

6th – Emma Pales, Alyssa Deeter, Karli Hagerbaumer in the 9-10 & 11-12 yr level

 4th – Ava Fischer, Paige Lannerd, and Cami Bross in the 13-14 yr level

9th – Emma Stotts, Alyvia Wagner, & Clara Davis in the 13-14 yr level

Starting Wednesday, March 21, all Broadway will combine their classes to work on

their number for the upcoming recital. 

This class will run from 5:45-7:45 P.M.  Grades 1-5 may leave at 6:45.


Also, the 6th-12th grade Hip Hop classes will combine and meet from 7:45-8:45 P.M.

Our very own Jr Jazz class is going to perform during the 1/2 time of the student vs. staff basketball game at Baldwin School.

The game has been a yearly event and this will be the final time for the students and staff to participate.

The game is Friday April 4.

                              You won't want to miss this! 


Quincy High School sophomore, Megan Sohn is featured in the 2018 Varsity Spirit catalog of cheer and dance clothing.

Megan made two trips to Dallas to shoot the catalog and returned to participate in the company's annual fashion show.

"I cheer at QHS, and I've seen the magazines before where we order our stuff and our uniforms," the 15-year-old said. "It was awesome to be there and modeling them and cool to see the different things we can go back and show our coaches."

Even more fun was seeing herself 11 times in the finished catalog -- and, for family and friends, seeing her walk the runway in the fashion show streamed live online.

"My parents, family and friends gathered to watch her. She had quite a cheering section from Quincy," Megan's mom, Carrie Sohn, said. "It was really cool seeing her, but just weird seeing her on television."

The opportunity came about after Megan's dance teacher sent her an application form over the summer. The Sohns sent in a head shot and some action shots of Megan dancing, but "didn't think much of it," Megan said. "In August they emailed my mom and asked if I could come down and do a shoot for the catalog. That was super awesome."

It got even better when Varsity invited her back in October for another three days for a second catalog shoot, then asked her to come back for the December fashion show to help show off the company's 2018 line.

More than 30 girls participated in the photo shoots, with 25 in the actual fashion show, and it was all new to Megan.

 "I was surrounded by people doing it for years. That helped, but also was nerve-wracking at the same time," she said, adding the fashion show was the most fun. "I got to show more personality walking down the runway. I got to meet a lot more people at the show."

Carrie Sohn said Megan was one of the youngest people participating in the catalog and the fashion show. "She got to meet some girls from big colleges -- call them professional cheerleaders, the ones you see on TV," she said. "It was a wonderful opportunity for her. It was quite an honor Megan got chosen."

People could apply for the cheer, the dance or both parts of the catalog. While cheering is fun, Megan's first love is dance.

She started dancing at the age of 2, and "everything took off from there," she said, and in the future, "I really would like to do something along the lines of dance. I like working with kids." Megan dances at QDance Center.

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Styles and Classes

  • Acro
  • Ballet
  • Broadway
  • Hip-Hop
  • Jazz
  • Lyrical
  • Pointe
  • Tap