According to Lindsay Joe, the Director of the Westlake Hyline, Star Steppers and Dance Department of the Westlake High School in Austin, Texas, the Westlake Hylines work hard but also play hard. They love and care for one another deeply. The Hylines have established a standard and try to reach above it every year, but first and foremost they are a family.
In Lindsay’s opinion, the Westlake Hyline is different from other dance programs because they are a dance team that is authentically themselves. She believes that they achieve their level of success by using encouragement as their number one motivator.
Lindsay says that as the director, she loves watching the girls grow into beautiful Hyline members. They start out not knowing much about the organization but then become remarkable young women that make her proud daily, on and off the dance floor.
She believes the one thing that the seniors tend to know about dance that the younger dancers still have not learned yet is to soak up every moment because it goes by way too fast.
Her goals for the team this year are to be the best version of themselves that they can possibly be, to look back and not have any regrets and to know that they each gave it their all every morning.
Lindsay wants everyone to know that the Westlake Hylines has a passion and love for dance that they hope is obvious to their audiences. The best part is taking the football field, competition floor, and stage with your other sisters. Sisterhood is something that they cherish and their favorite quote to sum up the experience Hyline gives you is: “From the outside looking in, you can’t understand it and from the inside looking out, you can’t describe it.”
If you would like more information about Westlake Hyline, visit their website at www.whshyline.com orcall them at 512-732-9280 X33999. You can also like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter and connect with them on Instagram.
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