Bre Sterling was born and raised in Washington D.C. She is currently a junior at Kennesaw State University, with a major in Dance (Modern Concentration) and a minor in Computer Information Systems.
Bre’s formal training started at Black Experience Dance Troupe (B.E.D.T) in Washington D.C where she studied West African, tap, ballet, modern (Graham technique), and liturgical dance. As she grew older she trained with Footsteps Dance Academy learning jazz, lyrical, and theater. She then moved to Georgia and trained with The Royal Dance Academy where she studied multiple dance disciplines including Hip Hop, modern (Horton technique) and the international ballet curriculum of the Royal Academy of Dance.
Bre has also competed and performed across the southeast winning numerous awards. Bre started working summer programs, and her unique up-beat style put her in demand. Her choreography has earned numerous awards and recognition including outstanding choreographer awards. Bre is excited to bring her fresh, fast pace hip-hop style and share her knowledge with the students at the Atlanta Academy of Ballet and Dance.