Halle Huttle

Halle Huttle, Northlands newest dance instructor
Halle has danced for sixteen years and still counting. She started her dance journey when she was three years old at Stage Door of Performing Arts where she danced recreationally and competitively. At the age of eight, she transferred to Northland School of Dance where she danced competitively for the rest of her studio years. She trained in the styles of jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, hip hop, lyrical/contemporary, and musical theatre. While training at Northland, she received many scholarships and awards from various conventions and competitions such as NUVO and Radix. At fourteen, she joined the Coon Rapids Dance Team for a couple of years in both fall and winter. During her first year on the team, she received rookie of the year for the winter season along with many other awards over the years. After graduating in 2021, Halle is currently studying at Grand Canyon University to become a high school English teacher. She is also a part of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars which is the Grand Canyon Universities Honor Society with a 4.0 GPA. When it comes to dance, she is still pursuing her dream of dancing along with sharing that passion with others. She is currently a winter dance team coach for the Anoka Twisters at Anoka High School. Halle came back to where she grew up to share her knowledge and love of dance. Go NSOD!