Amy Hurst is the current director of the Pure Gold Dance team and dance instructor for Boswell High School. Mrs. Hurst has been dancing since she was two years old, with both studio and professional experience. She was Captain of the Keller High School Indianettes, and upon graduation, she made a spot on the prestigious World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes. Mrs. Hurst completed two years as a Rangerette and Swingster. She then transferred to Texas Tech University where she was a part of the University Dance Company. She was selected to represent the dance program at Tech and traveled to Trinidad and Tobego for the annual COCO Dance Festival. Mrs. Hurst then graduated Tech receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Dance. This is Mrs. Hurst's eighth year to teach high school and sixth year at Boswell High School.
Hello, my name is Joanna Ingram, and I am the Assistant Dance Director at Boswell High School. I am so excited to be a part of the dance program and serve as the JV Dance Team Director and 8th-grade dance teacher. I began dancing when I was five and was trained in ballet, tap, jazz, and modern. I spent three years as a member of the Allen High School Tallenettes, where I had the opportunity to perform at the McDonald's Thanksgiving Day Parade in Chicago and the 2016 Rose Parade. I then attended Texas State University where I earned my BFA in Dance Education and was a member of the World Famous Texas State Strutters drill team. As a Strutter, I had the opportunity to perform at San Antonio Spurs games and the Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade in Philadelphia. Recently, I taught classes at Main Stage Dance Studio in New Braunfels, TX. I am looking forward to an amazing third year at Bos!