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Vocal Groups Win Awards

August 13, 2019 -- The 66 member Heights High A Cappella Choir was awarded a Superior rating at the May 4 Ohio Music Education Association Large Group Adjudicated Event at Highland High School. The choir qualified for the State Competition after receiving a Superior rating a the District event.

A Superior rating is the highest OMEA award that is granted at the event.

The pop a cappella group, Gold Rush, was awarded a Superior rating for a high school group and First Place overall at the May 11 Music in the Parks competition at Cedar Point. Thirteen groups from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New York attended the competition.

Both of these awards are the highest award granted at the event.

A Cappella Choir
Marin Alcorn, Katerina Alden, La’Shea Baker, Sydney Ball, Anastasia Biesecker, Derek Black, Xavier Blockson, Isabella Bradley, Imani Bruce, Rohan Bruce, Zachery Brust, Travis Bush, Myles Byrd, Brooklyne Chaney, Stanton Clark, William Davis, Alexis Dixon, Adele Dooner, Baileigh Edelman, Ashton Everette, Sophia Forniti, Arianna Gonzales-Lowe, Laynie Gosselin, Jesse Gross, Claire Hall, Nareus Hardin, Erica Harrison, Erykah Hawkins, Emma Henninge, Nathan Henninge, Caroline Imka, Leo Kenealy, Jonah Kerr-Jung, Charlie King, Nathan Lang, Michael Lee Jr., KailaAnn Lester, Aliyah Lett, Judea Lowe, Kristen Lyons, Jackson Marshall, Chantee McMillan, Carolyn Meyer, Samuel Mitchell, Serenity Parker, Wolfe Pehowic, Xavier Phillips, Charlotte Piszel, Emma Quill, Jenna Rickard, Gevena Rose, Jamel Salters, Lila Schubert, Alyssa Smith, Olivia Sormaz, Pannathorn Tanboonyuen, Rowan Trammell, Sukito Truitt, Anna Turner, Brajawn Upshaw, Javier Vallejo, Chip Vandall, Emmanuel Vaughn, Ciera-Yvonne Wesley, Richard White, and Thomas Wurth Mac Leay.

Gold Rush
Sydney Ball, Will Davis, Jesse Gross, Erykah Hawkins, Judea Lowe, Jackson Marshall, Milo McCullough, Alyssa Smith, and Olivia Sormaz.




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