Reddford House The Hills encourages students to pursue their talents and interests in the performing arts. Three gifted students from the school will be travelling across the world to showcase their performances.
Earlier this year, Naledi Mogotloane and Mosa Mogoera performed in the International ARTS Talent Showcase. These two singers were selected to perform at the upcoming ARTS Showcase in the United States in June. There they will perform for an international panel of agents, producers and record label managers from across the globe. This type of event could potentially launch a career in the music industry.
Reddford House The Hills has supported these students by encouraging them to partake in school productions.
Mosa Mogoera has played several lead roles in productions at the school (including the 2017 production of Annie). Naledi Mogotloane began singing at the age of eight. She is dedicated to her art and aspires to a singing career.
Wothabo Nene, a 13-year-old student, is a gifted dancer. She takes dance as a subject at Reddford House The Hills. In March this year, she competed in the South African leg of the Dance World Cup qualifiers. She received a silver medal for dance and will represent South Africa at the Dance World Cup championships in Braga, Portugal.
Reddford House The Hills will continue to offer students the platform from which they can hone their skills in the performing arts.