SGHS Choir Students Qualify For State In Solo, Ensemble

Several Ste. Genevieve High School choir students earned the highest rating of “Exemplary” for their solo and small ensembles at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) district solo and ensemble festival. During the event, students perform a solo or small ensemble before a judge and are given a rating of Exemplary, Superior, Satisfactory, Progressing or  Ineffective. Students who earn an “Exemplary” rating qualify to perform at the MSHSAA state solo and ensemble festival at the University of Missouri in Columbia. The following students received exemplary ratings for their vocal ensemble and will be going on to state: Abigail Braun, senior; Abbey Engelmann, senior; Nathan Ritter, sophomore; Ian Schmidt, senior; Zach Macklin, junior; Kellen Hogenmiller, freshman; Caitlin Ladd, freshman; and Lilly Adams, freshman, Soprano Abbey Engelmann also received an “Exemplary” rating on her solo for the fourth year in a row and will be going on to the state competition. Sophomore bass Nathan Ritter also sang a solo and received an “Outstanding” rating. (Photo, information from Ste. Genevieve R-II School District)

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