In Menlo’s Choreo Club, students bond over a shared interest in dance and K-pop music. A typical club meeting involves learning a dance from the internet and then choreographing original formations. Choreo Club is an opportunity for students to select the dances they will learn, in contrast to Menlo’s dance classes where teachers choose the dances. Staff photo: Sonia Dholakia. (Sonia Dholakia)
In Menlo’s Choreo Club, students bond over a shared interest in dance and K-pop music. A typical club meeting involves learning a dance from the internet and then choreographing original formations. Choreo Club is an opportunity for students to select the dances they will learn, in contrast to Menlo’s dance classes where teachers choose the dances. Staff photo: Sonia Dholakia.

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Video: Choreo Club Learns Unique K-pop Dances

March 5, 2022

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Number of years in The Coat of Arms: 2


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Interests outside of school: mock trial, golf, listening to Taylor Swift.


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