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Congratulations to students in All State Orchestra, Band and Choir

Congratulations to Douglas County School District students who have successfully auditioned and earned spots in the 2016 All State Band, Orchestra and Choir. 

All State Weekend will be held March 31-April 2, 2016.

 

 

 

 

Castle View High School
All-State Choir

Ramon Alvarez - Men's Choir

Erica Caruso - Mixed Choir

Cydney Chapman - Women's Choir

Kirstyn Halliday - Women's Choir

David Hess - Men's Choir

Bryant Kraus - Men's Choir

Megan Maher - Women's Choir

Holly Sidney - Mixed Choir

Tiana Thakur - Women's Choir

 

All-State Orchestra

Holly Sidney - Violin

 

Chaparral High School

Band:

Ted Howell

Elisabeth Richardson

Anna Siegel

Sam Hesch

 

Choir:

Jack Griffin

Chandler Carter

 

Douglas County High School

All State Orchestra:

Grace Wills

 

Highlands Ranch High School

Band:

Nicole Florian

Aaron Lou

Kenneth Swartout

Qihui Ye

 

Choir:

Tyler Lee

Hanna Williamson

JiaJie Yu

 

Orchestra:

Kenneth Swartout

Trevor Vogel

Legend High School

All State Band and All State Jazz Band:

Andrew Duncan

 

All State Orchestra:

Nathaniel Bowe

 

All State Choir:

Brooke Erickson

Isaac Hansen

Corson Lewarne

Alyssa Monahan

 

Mountain Vista High School

Jazz:

Landon Mills

Taryn Bradley

 

Choir:

Anthony Jacobellis

Landon Mills

Meghan Boe

Emily Workman

 

Band:

Jackson Trust

 

Orchestra:

Filip Pahs

Ponderosa High School

All-State Jazz Choir 

Charlotte Movizzo

Chloe Resler

 

All-State Choir

Charlotte Movizzo

Helen Bassett

 

All-State Orchestra

Hudson Maness

 

Rock Canyon High School

All-State Choir

Aaron Makikalli

Megan Pryor

Amanda Scholz

Chris Woodley

 

All-State Orchestra

Garrett Figueroa

Danny Irwin

Ian Kretzmann

Carmen Martinez

Stephen Morrison

 

ThunderRidge High School

All-State Choir

Allison Choe

Ryan Fenske

February 17, 2016 | By CSilberman | Category: Athletics and Activities

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It may look like a plain, white shipping container was just parked on the backyard grounds of Mountain Vista High School. The contents of the container are anything but plain, though. Walking inside the container, different colors of ambient lighting glow, futuristic-looking equipment and tall towers are suspended from the ceiling, and the humidity level is set to 70 percent. The container has been recycled into a new kind of learning opportunity for students.