Highwood Highland Dancers

High River's School of Highland Dance



Help our dancers get to Scotland!

Our annual Robbie Burns Supper and Ceilidh is Saturday, January 19, 2019.   It will be another great night, filled with food, fun, fiddles, and flinging.  A supper, live entertainment, silent auction, scotch tasting, and a proper ceilidh featuring the great music of Haggis!

Cocktails & Entertainment -5:00 PM

Roast Beef & Haggis Dinner - 6:00 PM

Live Music by Haggis! - 8:30 PM

Silent auction and entertainment continue throughout the evening.  Please join us!


Click here to purchase tickets. 

(Please note that there is a small online ticket fee added at the end of the transaction.)

   Highwood Highland Dancers have been kicking up their heels in the Foothills since 1993 and have made their mark on the Highland community.  Dancers from the ages of 4 and up are welcome to enjoy the benefits of Highland dance.  Our school enjoys a balance of competitive and recreational dancers, and prides itself on its strong sense of community. 




Our dancers have achieved not only great competitive success in Canada and around the world, but have also performed publicly at such events as the World Police and Fire Games, the High River and Foothills Highland Games, Mason's Cornerstone Lodge and other Robbie Burns celebrations, and for such dignitaries as Prime Minister Joe Clark and Premier Alison Redford.  Dancers also have the benefit of yearly testing with the SDTA (Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance).  


The stress of this school is to encourage a life-long love of dance, as well as a strong sense respect for self and others. Classes run September through May for recreational dancers and September through June for competitive dancers.  Times and days of the week will vary. 

If you would like to participate, please visit the "Contact Us" page and request more information.  

We'd be delighted to hear from you!