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To make a positive difference in the lives of our dancers through support, mentoring, building confidence and the lessons of giving. To promote the art of dance in our community. To promote altruism through participation in charity events.

Acquiring In Sync Dance in 2002, Jessie and Kevin Krick had an aspiration to create an ideal academy in which children could grow, thrive, and work as a team through the art of dance, while at the same time learn about the spirit of community and volunteerism. Their ideas and dreams caught on as enrollment increased beyond the small setting they originally rented. Soon it was realized a bigger facility was necessary. In 2008, they moved to their new and larger studio at 4055 Grass Valley Highway. Now with over 2,500 square feet of studio space, three dance rooms, over 60 classes taught each week by seven instructors, and 200+ students coming and going five days a week for lessons, In Sync Dance is the place for kids who want to learn to dance for recreation or prepare for professional dance in their future.


No child is ever turned away from ISDA. Students not only feel embraced, but make new friends and learn about giving back to their community. Plus, every student has the opportunity to receive advanced training if they choose to continue dance as a professional goal. Miss Jessie, director of In Sync Dance of Auburn, has inspired many students over the years to continue dance through their college studies, as well as a professional career.

Miss Jessie in front of ISDA's new location in 2007
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