Congratulations to Carly Clement, Graduating Senior Dance
The Creative Arts Guild Dance Department happily congratulates Ballet Dalton graduate Carly Clement. Carly has spent 13 years dancing with the Creative Arts Guild; her dedication, discipline, and talent helped her become a highlighted dancer within the program. She was featured in many annual productions of spring concerts and recitals, and she danced numerous soloist roles in The Snow Queen including the title role. She was also one of the Guild’s first dancers to perform at Youth America Grand Prix the largest international ballet competition. Most recently, Carly performed with Ballet Dalton in its production Icons, Innovators, and Inspiration.
All of the dance faculty consider it an honor to work with Carly and view her as a true example of “The Ballet Dalton Way” where a positive spirit, high level of dedication, true team mentality, and “setting the right example” are top priorities. Carly is also an accomplished academic student and will receive her high school diploma from Christian Heritage High School this year. She attributes much of her success to her favorite Bible verse: Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your way submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6. Carly will be attending Shorter University in the fall to study Pre-Physical Therapy.
The Creative Arts Guild congratulates Carly on her successes with the Creative Arts Guild Dance Program, Ballet Dalton, and Christian Heritage and wishes her the very best as she begins her next life steps!