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  • Student dancer uses online charter to help balance school and ballet

    Clark Eselgroth dances in an advanced program at the International Ballet Academy in Cary when most others his age are in classrooms. Eselgroth, a sophomore, moved from Asheville to Cary three years ago and was soon confronted with how to balance school with the hours of daily work required to realize his goal of becoming a professional ballet dancer.

Student dancer uses online charter to help balance school and ballet

Clark Eselgroth dances in an advanced program at the International Ballet Academy in Cary when most others his age are in classrooms. Eselgroth, a sophomore, moved from Asheville to Cary three years ago and was soon confronted with how to balance school with the hours of daily work required to realize his goal of becoming a professional ballet dancer.
Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com