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Our Past Students

One of the first of the students to go professional was Colette Maguire, Enniscorthy, after she had taken her elementary RAD major exams, she headed to England for two years to complete her teacher training exams – she now runs her own academy in Tralee, Co. Kerry.

Emma Molloy then completed her elementary major exams and was successfully accepted to the Doreen Bird College, London. From there, she danced professionally touring as far as Japan on one occasion. She returned to England, where she taught extensively with various dance academys and now we are very fortunate that she has returned to Wexford, and is now teaching for the Wexford School of Ballet and Performing Arts.

Dara Pierce received Honours in all her RAD and ISTD major examinations at WSBPA, won a scholarship to the Kirov Summer School in Russia and was one of the first Irish students to be accepted into English National Ballet School and later Company.

Miriam Bowe recieved honours in her RAD and ISTD major examinations,won a scholarship to The Kirov in Russia,won The RAD Sindy scholarship and was accepted into Rambert London.

Pupil Edel Quinlan, who has been with the school since the tender age of three, is now a qualified RAD teacher after completing three years at the Inchincore College Dublin. She is currently running her own school in Waterford.

Paul Doyle was a pupil for many years, furthering his studies at Inchicore College where he completed his training, and then returned to the Wexford School of Ballet and

Performing Arts where he taught for 10 years. He is now an examiner for the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD).

Clare Daly has graduated from Laban London and is now dancing professionally abroad.

Sinead Reck completed her final year of Inchicore College gaining her teaching certificate ISTD Modern & RAD Ballet. Sinead is now part WSBPA teaching faculty.

Sorcha O’Connor was accepted into Laban London.

Sam O’Shea has been accepted into Doreen Bird College of Performing Arts London.

Aisling Reardon has been accepted into U.C.C to study her BA Honours in Musical Theatre.

In 2016, Megan Power secured a place in Arts Ed College London.

Aisling Jones on securing her place in Performance Academy, Guildford.

Jonny Smith began a two year tailor-made intensive course under the main tutelage of Suzanne O’Leary where he passed his vocational dance majors with flying colours, while simultaneously studying in London under renowned examiner Linda Sweetzer at Linda Sweetzer Teacher Training College.

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