Legacy School of Dance is co‐owned by sisters, AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler. Legacy dance classes are held at the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation Center. Both Mrs. Hupp and Mrs. Witler received their dance training through the previous Mary Constantine‐Nelson Dance Centres in Loveland and Fort Collins.
Who we are:
Legacy School of Dance is co‐owned by sisters, AdriElle Hupp and Alexa Wittler. Legacy dance classes are held here at the Carbon Valley Parks and Recreation Center. Both Mrs. Hupp and Mrs. Witler received their dance training through the previous Mary Constantine‐Nelson Dance Centres in Loveland and Fort Collins.
Meet the Teachers/Owners:
Mrs. AdriElle Hupp has danced all her life. She took dance classes as a child while living in Germany as well as in Northern Colorado at the Mary Constantine‐Nelson Dance Centres (MCNDC). Mrs. Hupp has over 12 years of teaching and administrative experience as an instructor and office administrator at MCNDC. She loves teaching dance to our Legacy students and is already looking forward to the next year ahead. Mrs. Hupp and her husband are full time youth pastors, live in Dacono and have 3 children.
Mrs. Alexa Witter has more than 11 years of dance teaching and administration experience. She received her training from the Mary Constantine‐Nelson Dance Centres in Northern Colorado and has her B.S in Human Development and Family Studies from CSU. Mrs. Wittler developed this dance program back in 2009 and has thoroughly enjoyed seeing it grow. Mrs. Wittler loves working with kids and watching them perfect their dance technique throughout the year. Mrs. Wittler and her husband have 6 children and live near Fort Lupton.
What we teach:
We believe that all dance families should receive quality instruction for the fees they pay. Each class has a set curriculum that is taught over the course of the year. The instructors assess student growth by specified standards set up for each Level. Students will enjoy learning dance technique taught in a fun and accepting atmosphere. Classical and child‐appropriate music will always be used to foster learning and encourage creativity.
What the dance program looks like:
Our main classes run for the school year, beginning in September and ending in late spring. Students enroll in a core Level or Beginning class and havethe opportunity to add an additional Jazz elective beginning in Level 3 andBeginning Youth. Registration remains open for allun‐filled classes until December. At the culmination of the year we hold avery professional dance recital to showcase what each class has learned.