Directors

 Spencer Wiley: Head Choir Director                                Chrissy Williams: Assistant Choir Director 
spencer.wiley@leanderisd.org                                                     chrissy.williams@leanderisd.org 
    Graduating from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a bachelor’s degree in music education, Spencer Wiley began his teaching career at Henry Middle School in Cedar Park, Texas in 2005. During his time at Henry MS, he was fortunate enough to assist with preparing the Varsity Treble Choir for their TMEA Honor Choir performance in February 2008.
    In the fall of 2008, he began working towards a master’s degree in music education at Texas State University-San Marcos. While attending graduate school, he remained very active in several central Texas choral programs, teaching private voice lessons to young men and women. 
    In the fall of 2010, Mr. Wiley was hired as the assistant choir director at Rouse High School in Leander, Texas. Over the course of three years at Rouse HS, choirs under his direction earned multiple first division ratings at numerous choral festivals and U.I.L. Concert & Sight-reading competitions. 
    Mr. Wiley was hired as the director of choral activities at Leander High School in January 2014. In addition to teaching IB Music, he also completed his Masters degree in Music Education.

    After graduating from Centenary College of Louisiana with her Bachelors in Vocal Music Education, Chrissy Williams began teaching elementary general music and choir in Conroe, TX. While working in Conroe, Chrissy studied and completed her Kodaly certification. Also, she started working on her Masters online through Kent State University. 
    After getting married, Chrissy and her husband moved to Austin where she taught high school choir and piano. While working in Austin, she led choirs to earn multiple division one ratings in U.I.L. Concert and Sight Reading. During those two years, she also completed her Masters in Music Education with a general education and choral emphasis. 
    In the fall of 2015 she joined the choral team at Leander High School, and she now enjoys teaching Choir, AP Music Theory, and 11th grade AVID.