The Kerry School Of Irish Dancing - Teachers Biography
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Teachers Biographies
Sam Schultes
Sam Schultes
Sam was a later starter to Irish Dancing starting at the age of 13. After several years dancing with local schools Sam started dancing for the Kerry School with her mum, Michelle.

During her time as a dancer Sam won various competitions and Championships as well as taking part in the schools first production in 2006 'Kicking up a Storm'.

When Michelle decided to retire as a teacher in 2007 Sam took over as Principal teacher and hasn't looked back since.

Since 2007 the school has had some fantastic achievements including attending the WIDA world championships, Performing in front of thousands at Northampton Rugby Football Club, completing a 6 hour danceathon fundraiser for the school, and much more.

Sam is very keen to progress her dancers and the school and is looking forward to what the future brings.

Sam is fully CRB checked and first aid trained.

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Melissa Schultes
Melissa started dancing at the age of 7 and within a few years was winning various championships.
She took part in the WIDA world championships in 2010 which took place in Malaga.
Melissa also took part in the Kerry School show 'Kicking up a storm'

Melissa gave up competing at the age of 19 and after winning 18 championships, then decided to teach along side her sister, Sam.
She also runs an Adult dance class on Monday evenings for those older dancers that may not want to compete and just do some exercise.
She didn't want to completely break away from dancing so performs with the school at private events and displays.

Melissa loves watching the dancers progress through from seeing them win there first medal right through to winning there first championship.

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Melissa Schultes
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