Sarah McClure started training at age 10 at a local dance studio before making the transition to Studio One Dance Co. in 2007. In high school, she had the pleasure of performing with Broadway Kidz Wisconsin under Michael Stanek, First Stage Milwaukee under Jeff Frank, as well as continued classical ballet training at Milwaukee Ballet School under Nancy McCloud. Upon graduating, she attended Hope College in Holland, Michigan to study dance performance and choreography as well as music. During her time at Hope she choreographed for several seasons of student dance showcase, performed in the faculty dance concerts (Dance 39 and Dance 40) and was the choreographer head for Hope College’s Ballet Club. She trained under names such as Steven Iannacone, Crystal Frazier, Matthew Farmer, Linda Graham, Sharon Wong, and Eddie Ocampo. During her time at Hope she was also a member of Sigma Omicron, the nations’ first dance honor society. In her final years she had the pleasure of performing with Hope College’s Theatre Company as well as two seasons as a company member with Hope Summer Repertory Theatre. In the last few years she has choreographed and trained dancers at several studios, worked and choreographed for church dance ministry, and started a private training program for dancers who want to reach technical goals at an accelerated pace. She is currently a teacher and choreographer with Studio One’s Competitive Company.