Every year a group of performing arts students go on a trip to The Happiest Place on Earth. This year’s Disneyland trip in April includes a majority of the performing arts programs as well as Culinary Club, Club Interact, and Club Diversity.
“The last time I went to Disneyland I was 12 and performed for dance,” sophomore and Symphony Orchestra violinist Kayla Gutierrez said. “I’m excited to go this year because my friends will be my roommates.”
Orchestra will be performing twice in California at the Music in the Parks Festival and the trip takes place April 12–14. The class will be attending musical workshops and learning new techniques before having the experience of performing in front of a large crowd.
“I am most looking forward to the professional workshops we will be having; I want to get better at my instrument and advice and tips from professionals would really be rewarding,” sophomore and violinist Katherine Martin said. “As well as getting to go to Disneyland for the first time.”
Choir and Advanced Guitar will be performing in Anaheim, California with orchestra. Culinary Club will be getting a tour of Disney’s food industry for the first time. Club Diversity will be going to a museum and listening to a speech made by a Holocaust survivor.
“It’s like a reward for all the service we’ve done and a chance to become closer as a group,” junior and Club Diversity member Payton Liles said.
If interested in recruiting your club for the trip to Disneyland, talk to Mr. Haggard about fundraising for next year’s journey.
(Featured Photo Courtesy of Orchestra)