Kayleigh Scott


I began as a dancer when I was eight, but I didn’t know how important it was to me until I was a freshman in high school. I was having a lot of social problems with my friends and felt like an outcast. But at dance I found a family. I became so much closer to my dance friends and I looked forward to dance class. I also loved how I could pour myself into dance. My skill was something I could control: if I worked hard I would get better. Dance was a constant for me in a time in my life where everything was unsure and lonely.