Welcome to The Young Ladies of Grace! We are a unique Performing Arts Academy dedicated to developing young ladies ages 3 – 17 with self confidence, self esteem, poise, respect for themselves and respect for others through the arts. We will help your daughter realize her inner beauty as well as her outer beauty. Not what the world wants her to be or look like, but what she sees as beautiful in herself! Our goal is to help your daughter realize that she is an incredible gift!
Director, Producer, Photographer, Developer, Scouting Director – Angela is multifaceted and interactive. She runs the GRACE Modeling Program, Miss GRACE Pageants and GRACE Acting Programs for young ladies who wish to expand their resumes through educational and life changing experiences. She holds Scouting relationships with some of the top tier agencies in NYC.
Angela also headways the GRACE Dance Programs and is able to offer her lifelong education and training toward developing technically-strong and educated students who will be prepared for a professional career. Her incredibly unique experiences working professionally as a Model and Actress have established the The Young Ladies of Grace as the place in WNY to develop healthy, confident and poised young women. It is Angela’s priority above all things to instill self-worth and strong values in each and everyone of her students.
“developing the heart, body & spirit of young ladies”
Angela is the main instructor at Buffalo, as well as our workshops in Rochester.
To contact her directly you may email her at [email protected]or call
716-908-8342 for Buffalo inquiries
Kim’s love for dance began at the age of three and it hasn’t stopped since. Native to Western NY, her technical training includes jazz, ballet, pointe, contemporary, tap, and musical theater at various local studios, including Classical Ballet of WNY, and at the college level at the University at Buffalo. She has taken intensive classes at the Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, and worked with renowned instructors such as Debbie Allen, Paula Abdul, and Jon Lehrer. During her years as a competitive dancer, she won numerous awards and titles from both regional and national competitions. She was involved in various local musical theatre productions as a featured dancer, cast member, and assistant choreographer.
She began teaching dance while still in high school and found joy in sharing her passion with young dancers. She now has two young daughters of her own who have discovered their love of dance. As a teacher, Kim believes it is important for her students to feel confident, inspired, and to build their self-esteem in an inviting and safe environment.
The Young Ladies of Grace
5225 Sheridan Drive,