Color Guard Co-Director
Kaleigh Schlosser started her dance training at age three. As a student at Chattahoochee High School, she was a captain for the color guard and a member of the winter guard under the direction of current AHS assistant band director, Ira Jenkins. She began dancing at Barbara Bramble Dance Center and later moved to Fleetwood Dance Theatre where she has been trained in a variety of styles. Kaleigh has also studied at the Radio City Rockette Summer Intensive.
Kaleigh graduated in 2014 & 2016 with a B.A. in Dance and a B.S. in Exercise Health Science from Kennesaw State University. While maintaining the HOPE Scholarship and achieving Dean’s List, Kaleigh is also a member of the Nu Delta Alpha Dance Honor Society at KSU, and served as the Secretary of the KSU Dance Company during 2012-2013. She is interned with Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. As a member of the KSU Dance Company, she has had the opportunity to work with artists such as Ivan Pulinkala, Christen Weimer, Reiko Kimura, Sandra Parks and Lauri Stallings and performed in a variety of pieces, including contemporary works such as Cocoon, Sablon, Maa and Solitare, as well as the classical ballets, Paquita and Swan Lake. She has performed outside of KSU in a production of 42nd Street and participated in Disney Magic Music Days.
Currently, Kaleigh is a Special Education Teacher at Alpharetta High School. She also teaches the Shining Stars program for students with special needs at Fleetwood Dance Center. Kaleigh has absolutely loved her time working with the AHS Color Guard and can’t wait to see what’s in store for the future!