Choir Program

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Napa High School - Choir Program
... Their Choir program, led by Travis Rogers, has won numerous State competitions. ...
Arlington High School (Riverside, California) - Activities - Choir Program
... Arlington High School has a renown choral program and has had its Director, Tim Lutz Since 1988 ... There are 5 different choir programs at Arlington Men's Concert Choir, Women's Concert Choir, Treble Choir, Show Choir, and Chamber Singers ... Every year Arlington singers represent the school at the SCVA High School Choir Choir and then State along with the ACDA Western Division and Nationals ...
Marshall Middle School (San Diego) - Academics - Visual and Performing Arts - Choir
... The school's choir program is headed by Katherine Girvin ... Since the beginnings of the choir program, the choir has received a gold rating (the highest rating) for their performances in Forum Music Festivals annual choir competitions, expanding ... The choir program offers four choices of classes including Beginning Choir, Intermediate Choir, Advanced Choir, and Chamber Chorus ...
Corona Del Sol High School - Arts - Choir Program
... The Choir Program has about 300 students involved in the program ... There are 5 choirs (listed from most advanced to least) Jaztecs, A Capella, Encore, Men's Chorus, and Women's Ensemble ...

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