Jenkins School of Highland Dancing Senior dance troupe performing a choreographed routine in Odenwald Germany 2007.

 Jenkins Highland Dancer Emma Murphy's hornpipe leap Braemar Junior Highland Games 2008

 

All About Us

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Based in Kincardine and Airth the S.O.H.D.A  
multi-championship winning Jenkins School of Highland Dancing was established in 1992 by sisters Alison and Laura Jenkins both past champions in their own right.

Over the years the school has grown in both size and experience, and senior pupils Kristen Gardiner, Nicola Jenkins, Laura Boyle, Kayleigh Boardman, Danielle Barrett, Alison McAneny and Ashleigh Graham have come on board as Full Teachers, Associate Teachers and Teachers in Training.

We encourage all of our dancers to sit SOHDA examinations giving any pupil the help and support they may require to progress through all the examination levels from pre-primary to the full teachers exam.
Dancers from our highland dance school regularly take part in displays, festivals, charity work, indoor competitions and Highland Games throughout Scotland.

Beyond the normal classes teaching standard Highland and National dances we also provide the dancers with the chance to participate in special choreographed routines at Festivals, displays and Ceilidh's at home and abroad.  

Our dance school has participated in many trips abroad to Europe to such countries as Italy, Poland and Germany our most recent trips being to the Odenwald in Germany and Lucca in italy with pupils from our dance school performing some of Scotland's oldest traditional dances as well as fully choreographed highland dance routines for Dignitaries, V.I.P's as well as the general public at various Civic Functions, Ceilidh's, Festivals and Charity Events.

Although our highland dance school classes are based in Airth and Kincardine, our pupils have come to attend dancing lessons at our dance school from all over Central Scotland including Falkirk, Larbert, Denny, Stenhousemuir, Stirling, Airth, Kincardine, Dunfermline, Alloa, Fallin, Camelon, Carronshore, Grangemouth, Glenochil, Dunfermline, Queensferry, Bothkennar, Skinflats, Brightons, Polmont, Bridge of Allan, Bannockburn, Menstrie and Alva.

Jenkins Highland Dancers Laura and Kayliegh performing a choreography routine at Airth Community Centre 30th Twinning Anniversary 2008

Jenkins School of Highland Dancing Senior Dance Troupe Germany 2008   

Jenkins School of Highland Dancing teachers Left to right Laura Boyle, Kristen Gardiner and Kayliegh Boardman with the Dundee Championships Teachers Trophy.