Dyer Lee has been teaching Highland dance in the Kansas City area for over 20
years. She is a life member and fellow of the British Association of Teachers
of Dancing (BATD). Her students have competed successfully all around the
United States, in Canada, and in Scotland, including the United States
Inter-regional Championships and the prestigious Sadie Simpson Scholarships.
Libby's studio is in Leawood, KS. She is currently accepting students on a
limited basis. Libby is the current KCSAHDA president.
Margaret Bristow is a British Association of Teachers of Dance (BATD) certified
instructor. She has taught Highland dance for nearly 15 years and is currently
a teacher, and member of the Kansas City St. Andrew Highland Dance
Association, as well as a former president of the organization. She
taught Scottish Highland Dance as a P.E. college credit for four years at Lyon
College in Batesville, AR, as part of the Scottish Heritage Program.
Margaret's studio is located in Roeland Park, KS, and is currently
accepting new students.
Jeanna McNally is not accepting new students at this time.
Brooke is a teaching member of the British Association of Teachers of Dancing
(BATD) and teacher, member, and former treasurer of the Kansas City St. Andrew
Highland Dance Association. She switched to Highland dancing from ballet
and jazz at age 15. Brooke trained and competed in the Midwest region of
Highland dancing in Michigan and studied ballet during her summers at
Interlochen Fine Performing Arts camp. During her 4 years at Lyon College
in Batesville, AR, she was head of the Lyon College Lads and Lassies' Highland
dance program. She has been teaching Highland dance for nearly 10 years and
also loves to instruct Scottish Country dancing.
Brooke's studio is located in Excelsior Springs, MO, and is currently accepting
Rhianna Rice is a teaching and dancing member of the KCSAHDA. She
is also an associate of the British Association Teachers of Dancing (BATD). In
2012, she represented the Southwest Region at the United States Inter-Regional
Championship. Her other accomplishments include serving as former Secretary and
Vice President of the KCSAHDA.
She is currently accepting students.