Phone: 281-498-8270Fax: 281-498-8271

11110 South Highway 6 at McKaskle Rd.
Sugar Land, TX 77498


AMSDS offers the finest staff in the area. Our instructors are well-rounded and continually improve their dance and choreography skills by attending master classes and workshops throughout the year.


Ann Moody Sill studied dance in the Houston area with Virgie Lee Emmons School of Dance. Ann owned and operated Ann Moody Sill Studio in the Alief area for 31 years before building a new state-of-the-art facility and moving to Sugar Land in 2002. She also continues her dance education by attending workshops, seminars, and master classes.


Ann has had extensive training in all phases of dance: ballet, tap, jazz, acrobatics, lyrical, character, musical theatre, and production and line work. Ann's choreography and performances may be seen all over the Houston area and she boasts many dancers who have become teachers and performers. Ann's students have taken top honors at area dance competitions, and many students have held top offices in Alief, Fort Bend, and Houston drill teams, cheerleading squads, and dance companies.

Cindy Williams is an "AMSDS product" having received her early training right here at our school. Cindy has studied with other teachers in various parts of the country and has performed with several professional dance companies.


She specializes in teaching young children and tumbling, although she has training and experience at all levels. Cindy is now entering her 25th year as an AMSDS teacher!

Jennifer Hostutler Autrey also studied dance here at AMSDS, where she was both Junior and Senior Feature Dancer and a member of the Senior Performing Company.

She is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, and is now entering her 14th year on our staff, teaching at various levels, including choreography for our Prep and Junior Companies.

Brittany Moss is our ballet specialist, teaching ballet to students of various levels, including choreographing the ballet performances for our Performing Companies.

She came to us from Utah where she was a principal ballerina in the Utah regional ballet. Miss Brittany is entering her 11th year on the AMSDS staff.

Chasity Moore originally studied here in Houston under Reni Antley until moving to Georgia where she taught in various studios for 8 years.

She has taught all forms of dance at all levels and we are pleased to have her returning to our staff for her 7th year.

Jessika Sleiman is also a former AMSDS student who danced in the Senior Performing company. She is currently a student at Sam Houston State University and commutes to teach classes on Saturdays. This is Jessie's 4th year on the AMSDS staff.

Kathryn Medina danced with AMSDS as a member of the Senior Performing Company and has continued dancing in various settings in the Houston area. She will be teaching various levels, as well as assisting with other classes. This is her 2nd year on our staff and we are glad to have her back!

Introducing Suni Roberts. We are excited to welcome Suni as the new choreographer for the AMSDS Senior Performing Company. Suni has danced since the age of 7, studying with many different teachers and choreographers across the country including Steven Boyd, Frank Hatchett, Alfred Lowe, Becky’s Academy of Dance, Allegro School of Ballet, and Dance Zone. She has also taught in numerous places and settings and choreographed award-winning pieces for competitions, dance teams, and shows. We are so glad to have Suni joining our staff. Welcome, Miss Suni!

Jordan Christie is currently a dancer in the AMSDS Senior Performing Company. She has been an assistant teacher as well as a student leader for several years, and now joins our staff teaching dance and tumbling. She is a junior at Austin High School where she is a Lieutenant on the Austin Angels Dance Team. Welcome Jordan!

Carol Flores serves as a secretary and bookkeeper. This will be her 19th year on our staff.

Tara Sharp is also new to our staff this year. She will be assisting with bookkeeping and clerical work. Welcome to the AMSDS desk, Miss Tara!