" I am so glad I took the time to learn the DX Judging Program. It will help my coaching tremendously. Every coach should take advantage of this."
"We appreciated the ease, professionalism, and service DX judges provided for us."
Athletic Director, Minnetonka HS
"DX is professional and extremely helpful in all aspects of dance competitions. DX helped us run our first home dance competition in over a decade and with their assistance it was a wonderful success. I would highly recommend DX, not only because of their professionalism in judging, but also for their dedicated mission of helping kids and dance programs succeed."
Athletic Director, Thomas Edison HS
"It was great having DX judge this year, and I look forward to working with the DX Judges Association next year."
Activities Director, Monticello HS
"The DX Mini-Judging Class allowed me to understand the difficult job of a judge and the hours of training involved; also the overall philosophy behind DX Association. It helped bridge the gaps between dancer-coach-judge!"
"The FREE DX coaches training was the best training and explanation of the score sheet and what judges do that I have ever had! The judges and ladies of DX were so down to earth and made everyone feel welcome and at home."
Fergus Falls-Underwood HS
"I learned how difficult judging really is!"
Champlin Park HS
"DXJA has given me the tools and knowledge to become a confident and professional judge. The ongoing support, team work, resources and all-around positive atmosphere have been immeasurable!"
"The DX Judges Certification Program is a very informative course on how to be a sufficient, well-organized judge. I feel confident and energized after this essential training DX has provided for me!"
"I've heard nothing but great things about DX."
Belle Plaine HS
"Just a note to say that we had a great experience this season with the DX Judges Association at competitions. Thanks!."
"This was my first year working with DX, and I appreciated your patience during all the planning. I love when things come together so well!"
John Marshall HS