Performance and Visual Arts

Male and Female Choir

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Participating in choir can offer a range of personal, social, and intellectual benefits that can help students develop into well-rounded individuals.

  1. Vocal skills: Learning to sing in a choir requires dedication and practice, which can help students develop their vocal abilities, improve their intonation, and expand their range.

  2. Music theory: Students who participate in choir learn about music theory, which can deepen their understanding of music and help them become more well-rounded musicians.

  3. Teamwork and collaboration: Choir members work together to create a harmonious sound, which requires teamwork, communication, and collaboration. These skills can translate to other areas of life, such as sports teams, group projects, and professional settings.

  4. Creativity and self-expression: Music is a form of artistic expression, and learning to sing in a choir can give students an outlet for their creative impulses and allow them to express themselves in new and meaningful ways.

  5. Confidence and self-esteem: Mastering a vocal skill can be a source of pride and confidence for students, which can have positive effects on their self-esteem and overall well-being.

  6. Social connections: Participating in a choir can help students make new friends and forge social connections with others who share their passion for music.

  7. Cultural awareness: Studying music from different time periods and cultures can broaden students' horizons and deepen their understanding of the world around them.



Casey Jones

  • Choir Director

  • 479-750-8750



Jessica George

  • Assistant Choir Director

  • 479-750-8750


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