HCHS SportsHENDERSON, KY (4/23/12) – Congratulations to the HCHS Choral students who attended KMEA Solo and Ensemble Festival in Madisonville on March 24 and in Louisville on April 21.
 
The HCHS Choral Department had 18 soloists and ensembles participating this year, more than ever before. Scores were high and their Colonel PRIDE was evident.
 
Students earning Distinguished Ratings were:
Morgan Book, Morgan Brady, Perry Enlow, Cecilia Foster, Tori Hester, Heather Lacy, Collin Mayes, Beth McLeod, Chris Rogers, and Adam Smith
 
Eight (8) of these students will participate at the state level on May 12 in Bowling Green.
 
Students receiving Proficient Ratings were:
Jeremey Arnett, Paige Collins, Breeanna Cox, Bria Day, Perry Enlow, Teshauna Floyd, Tori Hester, Kaelin Hildreth, Heather Lacy, Warren Lancaster, Beth McLeod, Kaila Marshall, B. J. Mosley, Caleb Price, Adam Smith, Rachel Totton, and Allyson Vanover
 
Some of these students participated in more than one event.
 
Henderson County High School is very proud of all of the HCHS choral students for their recognition at KMEA District Choral Festival in Madisonville on March 27. The Chamber Choir was recommended for state choral festival, but due to final exams, will not be able to attend.
 
The high school choral department also announces that the "Little Shop of Horrors" on April 13 was a ‘ROCKING SUCCESS.’
 
Felicia Belcher, Henderson County Choral Director attended the events with the students. Also attending were Emily Mushlock, accompanist and vocal coach, and Tyler Simpson, student teacher and assistant.
 
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