We are excited to join the OAW team at this pivotal moment and count the opportunity to call this state-of-the-art facility our home as a pure blessing. The athleticism and focus of Orthopaedic Associates of WI Indoor on high standards & professionalism deeply aligns with the heart of our mission as a school… to teach dance with integrity, excellence, and the love of Christ!
Students receive high-quality training and are led to use the gift of dance to honor God and further His Kingdom.
The kid-focused and family-friendly environment at OAW sets the tone for our commitment to Acts Dance families: to provide high-quality dance instruction in age-appropriate ways and to equip your student to express their love of God through the gift of dance, while honoring Him in our music selections and attire.
A BRIEF HISTORY
In 2018, Acts 17:28 Dance was established as an independent non-profit organization and made its home at St. Luke Church for 3 years. The school had its beginnings as Steps of Grace, a ministry of Elmbrook Church founded by Alyce Andrews, which trained dancers in high-level classical ballet and produced many full-scale theatrical productions for over 15 years.
Acts 17:28 Dance embraces the calling to disciple students in their faith in Jesus Christ through a high level of training in multiple dance forms. As we transition to OAW Indoor, your student will experience an uplifting environment with encouraging staff who focus on our core values:
· Love one another (John 13:34)
· Forgive one another (Ephesians 4:32)
· Be kind and compassionate to one another
· Serve one another (Galatians 5:13)
· Encourage one another (Hebrews 3:13)
· Respect one another (1 Peter 2:17)
· Pray for one another (James 5:16)
Acts 17:28 Dance wouldn't be possible without teamwork. We partner with Meraki Tent, a not-for-profit organization, to help bring a discipleship aspect to what the students focus on at Acts 17:28 Dance.
We'd like to thank St. Luke Catholic Church for the generous use of their facilities and their unwavering support of a dream during our first years as a new school.