Leander High School Choir 2018-2019


Student Spotlight:

Congratulations to these students!

They earned their letter jackets!

Shelby Calderon

Destiney Chigbu

Kristina Bradley

Cesar Contreras Munoz

Madison Cook

Kayla Crites

Natasha Fredrick

Johvana Gonzalez

Ayden Habbe

Petro Heidel

Shani Hodges

Ariel Jackson

Ann Kling

Bailey Lehman

Alessandra Mata

Connor Morrow

Elizabeth Nunan

Alieyah Pauly

Robert Pease

Logan Rose

Isabella Pedregon

Marcus Realing

Cesar Rodriguez

Logan Rose

Crystal Scherich

Julyen Sklavos

Layla Taylor

Hannah Yeager

Emma Liu

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Upcoming Events:

April 4th: UIL Clinic in PAC

  • 1st Period: Non-Varsity Treble
  • 2nd Period: Varsity Treble
  • 3rd Period: Varsity Mixed

April 8th: Legacy Leader Meeting

  • After School until 4:20 pm

April 8th: Booster Club Meeting

  • 6:30 pm in the choir room all parents welcome

April 11th: Solo and Small Group Auditions

  • Fill out the application form in google classroom by April 10th at 4 pm.
  • Arrive performance ready to the choir room by 4 pm on April 11th.

April 15th and 16th: Concert Choir UIL

April 18th: UIL Celebration

  • All students who attended UIL are welcome to a UIL celebration including a bouncy house, desserts, and games.
  • In the rubber gym
  • After school until 5:30 pm

April 24th: Show Choir Dance Auditions

  • High School Starts at 4:15 pm
  • Middle School Starts at 4:30 pm
  • Join the google classroom for more information Code: s1qbx4i

May 17th: Legendary Ladies Concert

  • Students wear choir t-shirts to school
  • Meet in the PAC by 3:55 pm
  • Concert starts at 7 pm in Don Tew PAC
  • Free and open to the public

May 21st: Spring Party & Banquet

  • 5:30 - 7:30 pm in the cafeteria.

Are you looking for mental health resources? The LHS counseling staff has created a great resource. Please check the link below:


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