Choral students to perform at All State event


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Courtesy photo GCHS Freshmen: Savannah Baxter, Isaac Jarboe, Camron Harris, and Macy Lively.


Courtesy photo Middle school back row and grade: Gabriella Faught, Tyler Williams, Tia Druen, all 8th grade; Ella Robinson, Liberty Payton, Nathan Meredith, 7th grade: Caitlyn Woosley, 8th grade. Front, kneeling: Sydney Maze, and Laura Vincent, both 8th grade.


A record 13 choral students have been selected for the American Choral Directors Jr. High All State event to be held Oct. 30–31 in Bowling Green. Selection is the highest honor for a vocal student, which showcases students in grades 7-9. Students audition digitally with both a song and major scale and judged on areas such as tonality and pitch.

Courtesy photo GCHS Freshmen: Savannah Baxter, Isaac Jarboe, Camron Harris, and Macy Lively.
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AmChoral-Freshmen.jpgCourtesy photo GCHS Freshmen: Savannah Baxter, Isaac Jarboe, Camron Harris, and Macy Lively.

Courtesy photo Middle school back row and grade: Gabriella Faught, Tyler Williams, Tia Druen, all 8th grade; Ella Robinson, Liberty Payton, Nathan Meredith, 7th grade: Caitlyn Woosley, 8th grade. Front, kneeling: Sydney Maze, and Laura Vincent, both 8th grade.
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_AmChoral-GCMS.jpgCourtesy photo Middle school back row and grade: Gabriella Faught, Tyler Williams, Tia Druen, all 8th grade; Ella Robinson, Liberty Payton, Nathan Meredith, 7th grade: Caitlyn Woosley, 8th grade. Front, kneeling: Sydney Maze, and Laura Vincent, both 8th grade.

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