Natalie Christodoulides began her dance training at Dorothy Cowie School of Dance before being accepted in to The McDonald Performing Arts College in 2001 where she studied Classical Ballet, Jazz and Tap. In her time as a dancer, Natalie completed her Australasian Dance Association (ADA) examinations to a high level and also completed her Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) examinations in both Grade 8 and Advanced Foundation Classical Ballet.
Natalie is also involved in the Australian Cheerleading Federation (AASCF), winning back-to-back State and National titles in Cheer, Contemporary Dance and Pom competitions and Eisteddfods.
Natalie has been assistant teaching at The McDonald College After Hours Program since 2013 specialising in RAD Preliminary, Pre Primary, Primary and Grade 1 Classical Ballet classes. Natalie has also taught up to our RAD Advanced 1 level classes.
In 2016, Natalie was offered to begin teaching her own Preschool Ballet classes at The McDonald College and has proven to be a great asset to our teaching faculty. This same year she graduated from the Australian Catholic University with a Bachelor of Primary Education. She enjoys being able to combine the two great loves in her life: dancing and teaching.