Youth American Grand Prix is the largest scholarship student-ballet competition in the world, and the talented 14-year-old Caitlin Gish represented Sarasota Ballet School.
Gish placed 12th in her age category in December at the semi-finals, in Tampa. The competition took place April 12 through 19, in New York City, and Gish was accompanied by Education Director Dex Honea and instructors Isabel and Javier Dubrocq.
“We are very proud of what she had accomplished at such a young age,” Honea says.
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