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Lindsey Dubock Mallon is a former Champion Highland Dancer and certified instructor through the British Association of Teachers of Dance. She is the owner of Isle of Skye Highland Dance Studio in Dunedin, Florida. She has a Master’s Degree from the University of Florida. She is the Highland Dance instructor at Dunedin Highland Middle and Dunedin High Schools. She has taught Elementary and Pre School for 13 years. Lindsey is on the Board of Trustees for the Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio and served as an Executive Director of the Dunedin Scottish Arts Foundation. She is a member of ScotDance US. She has organized Highland dance competitions including the Florida Open Highland Dance Championship, the SE FL Highland Dance Competition and the Florida Magics at Disney. Her students have qualified for and competed in the ScotDance US National Highland Dance Championship competition. Lindsey has won many Open Championship competitions across the U.S. She was the Eastern and Southeast Champion, and ranked in the top six at the USIR Championship competition where she competed for 13 consecutive years. Lindsey also competed in the World Highland Dancing Championships in Cowal, Scotland. Lindsey has performed on the NBC Daytime Show, at Walt Disney World Orlando, with the City of Dunedin Grade 2 World Pipe Band Champions, and the world famous Red Hot Chilli Pipers from Scotland.


Wren Orteneau has been a competitive Highland Dancer for over 10 years. She’s attended workshops, performances, and competitions all over the United States and Canada. As a Pre-Premier, she won many Most Promising awards and gained enough stamps to move up through the levels and into Premier in three years. In her time competing as a Premier, she has placed in the top six overall of numerous Championships. In 2017, she qualified for the ScotDance USA National Championships by placing in the top three of her age group in the Southeast Regional Closed Championship. In 2017 she was also awarded a scholarship and chosen to attend the British Association of Teachers of Dancing North American Highland Scholarship event where she placed third in the dance theory exam. She has been assisting in teaching classes since she was 13 years old. In 2020, she passed her exam to be a certified Highland Dance Teacher through the B.A.T.D. In 2023, she was accepted for the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo dance team. She has been choreographing her own solo choreography pieces to perform and compete in since the age of 14. Choreography is her favorite opportunity that Highland Dance presents! Along with Highland, she has 16 years of ballet and 5 years of contemporary dance experience. Miss Wren is very passionate about the awareness and education of mental health in dancers and is currently working on a research project on performance anxiety in competitive Highland Dancers through the University of South Florida. Miss Wren graduated in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida. She is currently finishing up her coursework for a certificate in dance Medicine and Science from the University of South Florida.


Madison Poth - Premier Dancer, Instructor, Choreographer, Piper. Madison is from Dunedin, Florida and began Highland dancing at the age of 11 while attending Dunedin Highland Middle School. She has competed in numerous competitions across the country including the International Gathering of Highland Dancers at Walt Disney World. Madison is currently competing at the highest level in Highland dance, the Premier level. She has choreographed many dance routines for the students of Isle of Skye (IOS), some of which were performed with the world famous Scottish band Skerryvore. Madison was also selected to perform with the Red Hot Chili Pipers on their North American tour in Daytona Beach. Along with being an instructor with IOS, Madison is the Color Guard instructor for the Dunedin Highland Middle School Color Guard. Her students have won several awards in her time with them. She also volunteers to assist with the Highland dance class at Dunedin Highland Middle School. Madison is certified through the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance (S.D.T.A). In addition to Highland dance, Madison began piping in 2013 and is currently a grade 1 piper with the City of Dunedin Grade 1 Pipe Band. She has won numerous awards in both solo and band competitions.

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