• What to wear to class | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    What to Wear to Class

    Dancers should come to class in dance wear that allows the teacher to see body lines in order to correct technique. Best options are a body suit or biking shorts and fitted top/tank. Other…

  • How to... with | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    How To…

    Looking for help with Highland related items? Look no further! How to: Tie Hullachan Ghillies How to: Make the Perfect Bun…

  • Medal Testing medals | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    Medal Testing

    Morgan’s School of Highland Dancing offers BATD testing each Spring. Dancers as young as 3 years old can start with Tartan Tots and over the years dancers can progress towards the teacher’s exam. Morgan’s…

  • Competition medals Thunder Bay | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    Competition

    Highland dancers who are interested in competing must register with Scotdance Ontario for a current Competitive Dancers Card. This card is to be renewed each year and registration forms will come from your teacher. …

  • Morgan's School of Highland Dance - History
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    Our History

    Thunder Bay’s first Highland Dance School, Morgan’s School of Highland Dancing, was founded by Wendy Morgan in 1979. Wendy (B.A.T.D. Member Highland & National) received her training in Winnipeg and Toronto through teacher Mary Pitcher. Wendy…

  • Heather & Wendy Morgan at Folklore Festival Thunder Bay | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    Our Teachers

    Principal Teacher Trained by Wendy Morgan, Heather Morgan is our Principal Teacher. Heather has her B.A.T.D. Members in Highland and National and is a Registered Early Childhood Educator with over 20 years of experience…

  • Our Mandate | Morgan's School of Highland Dance
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    Our Mandate

    At Morgan’s School of Highland Dancing, we strive to teach traditional Highland and National dancing with passion and high standards. We aim to teach at the level of the dancer, with constant encouragement to…