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Theatre puts on a wonderful meal: Breakfast with Santa

Theatre puts on a wonderful meal: Breakfast with Santa

Jim Klein

December 10, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS

On December 2nd, the Theatre arts program put on the yearly breakfast with Santa event. Parents were invited to take their children to the cafeteria to enjoy a breakfast including pancakes, sausage and milk, orange juice or coffee. The children were offered coloring sheets as well. Another opportu...

All-State band auditions approaching

All-State band auditions approaching

Byron Reid

December 7, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS

December for most people, is a time to celebrate the season and transition into a relaxing state, but for high school musicians, it’s the exact opposite. December is the time for student musicians to audition for the All-State Band. On Saturday, December 9, students who are auditioning for the Al...

All-State Chorus

All-State Chorus

Elizabeth Hunter

December 6, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS, Showcase

This week the results for this year All-State Chorus were revealed. Eleven of our own students passed the auditions and will be participating this year! The students chosen include: Elisabeth Alonso (12) Keith Peacock (10) Chase Graham (12) Rachel Ward (10) Megan Moshell (10) Ellie Gervero (10) J...

Chours attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day

Chours attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day

Elizabeth Hunter

November 15, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS

On Thursday, the chorus was able to attend ABAC’s 11th annual Choral Day. This was the third year in a row that they have participated and it was wonderful. If you don’t know what “choral day” means, basically choirs from Georgia all meet in the ABAC auditorium to sing songs with the compose...

A look behind the marching bands stand music

A look behind the marching bands stand music

Jackson Carlstrom

November 15, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, FINE ARTS

The marching band has definitely been through many changes with new band director Mr. Hill (faculty). Many adjustments have been made to help improve the band both at football games and at competition. One of the many changes was the catalog of music in the football stands. In past seasons, the ma...

Production runs six minutes over on state one act show

Production runs six minutes over on state one act show

Taylor Gill

November 15, 2017


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, FINE ARTS

So when is applause and audience laughter a bad thing? Perhaps this year's one-act cast and crew can best answer that. Following their earning first place region honors in one-act competition, the  theatre department traveled to Veterans High School in Warner Robins in hopes of claiming the stat...

Five Georgia colleges for music majors

Five Georgia colleges for music majors

Elizabeth Hunter

November 8, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, FINE ARTS

Armstrong State University Armstrong State University is a public university located in Savannah, Georgia. The tuition is $5,266 without all the other fees. Armstrong offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music, a Bachelor of Music Education, a Post-Baccalaureate Certification in Music, and a Minor in Music. The co...

Art I classes finishing up surrealism projects

Art I classes finishing up surrealism projects

Hannah Elliot

November 8, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS

Mrs. Beshear's art I classes are finishing up their latest projects, a modern surrealism piece. Surrealism art is taking a realistic mage and adding it to an unrealistic situation, or something you wouldn't see in the real world. A critique for the artwork was held on the 6th, in which the students...

Band spring trip approved by the school board

Band spring trip approved by the school board

Jackson Carlstrom

November 8, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS

We are just hitting November in the school year, so spring is still a few months coming, but the high school band is already setting up a spring trip for the year. The school board recently approved the band’s spring trip, officially setting the trip into the band’s calendar. The band always plans out...

Chorus invites community to ‘Songs of the Night’ concert

Chorus invites community to ‘Songs of the Night’ concert

Elizabeth Hunter

November 8, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS

Chorus is having a concert on the 14th and everyone is welcome. The theme is "Songs of the Night", which means they'll be singing more mysterious and dark songs. The tickets are currently on sale for $5 and you should buy them now, before they sell out. This year our concert will be held at the Bindary...

One Act region win timeline

One Act region win timeline

October 31, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS, Showcase

8:59 a.m. -The Departure - Devin Milling (10) -  When asked about being nervous, Devin told me that, “Being nervous does nothing for me. I know that we have a good show, and are prepared to compete.” Hannah Hatcher (STAGE MANAGER) (10) - When I asked Hannah about last year's region champions, Hannah said, ...

Marching band ends with a superior final competition

Marching band ends with a superior final competition

Jackson Carlstrom

October 30, 2017


Filed under FINE ARTS, SPORTS

The marching band has put in hours of hard work, and their work has paid off as shown by the superior ratings they received at their first two competitions. This past Saturday, they traveled down to Hamilton to compete in the Sound of the County Invitational, their final competition of the season. T...

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