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Springfield students stun at dance eisteddfod

greaterspringfield    September 2, 2022    2 min read   
Megan Woolley reporting

Students from The Springfield Anglican College and Springfield Central State High School put their dancing shoes on and competed at the QUOTA Beenleigh Eisteddfod at the Logan Entertainment Centre on Wednesday, 3 August.

The annual QUOTA Beenleigh Eisteddfod brings young school students all across Logan together every year to compete in a range of artistic disciplines such as music, singing, dance and drama.

The Springfield school students gave outstanding performances in the dance component of the eisteddfod across the board.


The Springfield Anglican College\’s Secondary dancers gave outstanding performances and it was particularly special for three Year 12 students who will be leaving at the end of the year.

The Senior Dance Troupe received 2nd place in the Hip Hop, and the Year 9 and Under section and the Senior Dance Company received a Highly Commended in the Variety section, for their performance of a \”Mamma Mia!\” musical theatre routine.

The school wished a special congratulations to their student choreographers who entered the Choreography sections.

Year 9 students Taylor, Abbey, Dakota, and Lily received 1st in the Year 9 and Under Student Choreography section, and Year 11 and 12 students Charlotte, Josie, Ethan, Seija, Jade, and Jen received a Highly Commended in the Year 12 and Under Student Choreography section.

The dancers also competed in the College\’s 2022 Live To Dance Showcase on August 17.

Image: The Springfield Anglican College.

Springfield Central State High School\’s talented Dance Company students also competed at the eisteddfod and performed beautifully in all of their numbers.

The students were awarded 2nd in Student Choreography (by Amaya Roberts), 3rd in the Musical Theatre category, and 3rd in Contemporary.

“Congratulations dancers! Fantastic results in very tough competition. Well done on your teamwork, resilience and outstanding effort,” the School said proudly on its Facebook page.

Image: Springfield Central State High School.

The Springfield Anglican College aims to be a school where students can thrive in a community that inspires excellence, confidence and compassion.

Springfield Central State High School is an innovative, engaging Independent Public School that lives by the motto ‘Raise the Bar’.