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The Next Generation: How Extracurriculars Predict Their Success

The ballet studio…the gridiron — these are the playing fields of grit

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I started ballet at 5-years old and stuck with it through the end of high school. It’s not that I was super good or had any interest in pursuing it as a career path. I liked it. After a few years, I had friends in dance, and I looked forward…




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