Staff Reports

The Middle Tennessee Vocal Association played host to the All-Mid-State and All Freshmen Honors Choir event Nov. 12-13 at Christ Church in Nashville, and several Mt. Juliet High School students took part in the event.

Mt. Juliet High School students auditioned Oct. 19-21, along with about 1,600 students. The top-scoring students earned their way into the honor choirs. Out of the 420 Mid-State Choir students selected, Mt. Juliet High School had 30 participants. Out of the 160 Freshmen Honor Choir students, Mt. Juliet High School had 22 freshmen participate.

Students rehearsed and performed with clinicians from the University of Memphis, Middle Tennessee State University, Tennessee Tech University, Chattanooga Boys Choir and Austin Peay State University. The students not only had a great experience, but they also made themselves scholarship eligible for several colleges and universities.

Mid-State Choir members from Mt. Juliet High School included Margaret Adkins, Rachael Baldwin, Madison Burnette, Madison Campbell, Anthony Cash, Logan Casto, Bryton Cole, Landon Collins, Hunter DaBell, Noah Dillon, Delaney Eaves, Macey Fee, Sam Ford, Caitlin Garrett, Kyle Hacker, Tatum Hazel, Takiah Ledo, Avery Leggett, Celeste Maas, Nikko Manipis, Ella Mercer, Neville Riley, Matt Porter, Evan Reavis, Macy Ruggiero, Gracie Shaddox, Molly Smith, Addie Stafford, Alexia Stotsenburg and Brad Thompson.

Freshmen Honor Choir members from Mt. Juliet High School included Lindsey Armstrong, Ally Barnett, Alexis Bumbalough, Jarrett Buskirk, Isabelle Cosby, Halli DaBell, Olivia Ellis, Hailey Hraba, Avery Johnson, Rachel Joyce, Kassi Pape, Cadence Perry, Halle Pollei, Taylor Powell, Ava Rainey, Tess Raney, Jordan Rehm, K’Miyah Smith, Karissa Szarek, Kayla Taylor, Abby Taylor and Sydney Welch.