Betsy Daily began teaching dance in Berwyn, PA in 1973. She started her dance career at the age of 4 in the Atlantic City area and became one of the original Stars of Tomorrow on the world-famous Steel Pier in Atlantic City. This children's theater was the only one of its kind and produced many famous future dancers, singers, comedians, choreographers, acrobats, and musicians in this country. Betsy went on to perform twice on the Ted Mack Show in the Ed Sullivan theater on Broadway. She attended Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree while continuing to perform in the night clubs in and around the New York, new Jersey, and Pennsylvania area, opening for many comedians, singers, and performers.
Although Betsy has always been a dynamic performer, her passion has always been in teaching dance. She started teaching dance in Wayne, PA, and eventually moved to Berwyn, PA, where the studio has grown and flourished. She has been a member of the Dance Masters of America and Pennsylvania Association of Dance Educators.
Her students have received numerous high score award and titles from International Dance Challenge, New York City Dance Alliance, Onstage America, Star Power, Access Broadway, Tremaine Dance Competitions, Dance Olympus, and Dance Educators of America. Many of her students have received scholarships from Alvin Ailey, Gus Giordano, Joffrey, Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, Jacobs Pillow and Joe Tremaine. Her graduates can be seen on TV, movies, Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, the Rockettes, Cirque du Soleil, and Le Ballet Jazz de Montreal. In addition to finding and cultivating potential in hundreds of young dancers each year, Betsy has also received honors and critical acclaim for her choreography. She is known for creating engaging, entertaining dances that challenge her students and introduce advanced technique in a fun, engaging way.