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Legacy School of the Arts

12710 S Pflumm Rd
Olathe, KS
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(913) 254-7278

Our specialties include dance curriculum. We can assist you with ages: 2 through adult and complete dance curriculum. Complete dance curriculum, ages: 2 through adult.


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