The Foundation
  The Hall of Fame Dance Foundation
What is the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation?
Hall of Fame Dance Challenge, Inc. is pleased to introduce to you the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation, a fund which will provide college scholarships to hardworking dancers, as well as grants to public schools in order to help further students’ education. In addition to the need-based competition scholarships we provide so that all dancers have a chance to compete, we also wanted to be able to help support all of the hardworking dancers and teachers whose dedication and commitment to dance deserve recognition.

On this page, you will find information about and applications for our college scholarship program for graduating senior dancers and our college and high school grant program. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 561-777-7587 or if you have any questions about the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation.

We hope that others will follow our lead in giving back to the dance community that gives so much to us.
College Scholarships
We’re excited to announce the details of the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation College Scholarships.

Beginning in June of 2008, we will be awarding up to 20 or more college scholarships to graduating high school seniors valued between $250 and $1000.

In order to apply, you must:
  • Be a graduating high school senior dancer
  • Have danced at a 2016 or 2017 Hall of Fame competition
  • Have earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Secure a letter of recommendation from your studio director
  • Write a 1-page personal essay regarding the importance of dance in your life and your future

All application materials are due by May 31, 2017. Scholarship award winners will be notified by August 1st.

Scholarships will be awarded based on the combined factors of your GPA, letter of recommendation, and your personal essay. The point breakdown is as follows:
  • GPA 40 points (Based on a 4.0 scale and rounded to the nearest tenth. For example, a 3.22 GPA would be awarded 32 points.)
  • Letter of Recommendation 10 points
  • Personal Essay 40-50 points
The essay will be scored independently by the directors of the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation, and the given scores will be averaged together to form the point total for the personal essay. The owners and directors of Hall of Fame Dance Challenge, Inc. will not be a part of the decision making process.

*All scholarships go directly to the university/college that the scholarships winners will be attending.

*The names and photographs of the scholarship award winners will be posted on Scholarship award winners will be required to submit a photograph to the Hall of Fame Dance Foundation upon notification of their award.
College and High School Grant Program
Hall of Fame Dance Foundation will award grants of up to $1000 to accredited public high schools and colleges for the purpose of inviting guest artists to the school to further students’ dance education.

Non-Discrimination Clause: Decisions will not be influenced by gender, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, or cultural and religious backgrounds.