Show Choir Boot Camp Junior


Registration for this year’s Show Choir Boot Camp Junior will open April 6th.

   Students Grades 3-8
   CGHS Choir Room
   June 1st-3rd
   9am-12pm

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2021 Competition Schedule

 

Location Group Date Download
Fishers SS, Debs, Suso February 6th Schedule
Best of the Midwest All Choirs February 20th Schedule
Franklin Central Varsity/JV February 27th Schedule
Avon SS, Debs, CGS, Accents March 6th Schedule
Showcase of Champions
at CGHS
All Choirs March 9th/10th

Featured Seniors

Each week we will be featuring a new set of senior choir members.


ABIGAIL GREEN

I am Abigail Lilly Green, and I am a member of both Sound System and CG  Singers. My family includes Jo and Donny (mom and dad), my sister Izzy, and my  brother JD. I have been a part of the Center Grove show choir for my entire high school  career. Freshman year I was in Accents and since Sophomore year I have been a  member of both Sound System and CG Singers. I am thrilled to be spending my senior  year as soprano section leader in both choirs and was blessed with the opportunity to take on Company Manager for Sound System. I have loved every minute of being  involved with Center Grove Choirs and it has allowed me to create so many friendships  and life skills that I will carry with me forever. Most importantly, I have learned about  what being a leader actually means and that if you want something to be great, you  have to do the work to get there!  

I would like to thank Mrs. Dice for her guidance and belief in me. She has always  pushed me to be the best version of myself possible and has never let me stop at  anything less than that. I would also like to thank my parents for supporting me in  everything I do and teaching me to be kind to everyone. They taught me that even when  people choose to wrong you, you should still choose kindness. Greg and Lorrie Gray,  my employers at Ella’s Frozen Yogurt, have also taught me that working hard and being  kind will get me far in life. These adults have been so influential on my life and I will  always cherish my memories and conversations with them. 

 I have been very involved in the theater program at CGHS and have been a part  of every play and musical since my freshman year. I am also involved in ComedySportz,  leadership within my church, and have had a part-time job at Ella’s for over two years.  My involvement with Early College means that I’ll be starting college with more than 40  credits and can dive right into my coursework. 

I will be pursuing a career as a pediatrician after high school because I love kids  and biology. I know that this will probably be the biggest challenge I have ever faced,  but I am excited to get started! I am planning to attend either Miami University in Oxford,  Ohio or Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana to major in Biology/Human Biology. I  am so excited to see what God has in store for me, but for now I am here to serve my 


GRACE RAU

My name is Grace Noelle Rau. I am the daughter of JaNean and Scott Rau. I  have two younger sisters, Hannah and Lily Rau. I am a senior at Center Grove High  School and have been a part of the Center Grove High School choir department for four  years now. I was also involved in choir throughout elementary school and middle  school. My freshman year I was in Accents and then my sophomore year I was chosen  to be a Debtone, and I have been ever since. 

Choir has become such a big part of my life. It is a very time-consuming activity,  so I spend most of my time in the choir room. I have made so many amazing friendships  through this group and I am so thankful for all of them. Mr. Norman is such a big role  model for me. He has made choir a safe place for me and I will forever be grateful. High  school has always been hard for me and there were times where I just wanted to give up but being in choir helped push me to keep going. 

My favorite choir memory is Show Choir Nationals in Nashville my sophomore  year. That year was the Goddess Show and we got to perform at the Grand Ole Opry  and stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort. It was such an amazing experience and so  much fun. 

After I graduate, I plan to go to college and major in English Education. I hope to  eventually become a middle school English teacher. I am still unsure of where I will  attend college, but so far, I have been accepted to Ball State, University of Indianapolis, IUPUI and Murray State. 

I would like to give a huge thank you to Mr. Norman for always pushing me to do  my best and for always being someone that I could talk to about anything. You are such  an amazing teacher and role model. You have made my last year in choir the best, even  though things aren’t normal right now. You never fail to make practices fun. I also would  like to thank my mom, dad, and my grandparents for never missing any of my shows  and being my biggest fans. I appreciate all of your love so much. I would not be who I am today without your love and support.

Patron Program

Click Here for 2020-2021 Patron Program information.  Patron registration has closed as of September 2nd at 11:59pm.

Leadership Council

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Audition Results

Click here for 2020-2021 Audition Results

Princess Tea Registration

Princess Tea registration has been postponed and will be reopened at a later date.

Our Patrons

Platinum Sponsors

  • Brandyn & Tricia Ferguson
  • OldJack,LLC
  • Neeson Family
  • Doug & Melanie Norman
  • The Strain Family

Platinum Sponsors

  • Craig & Paula Boas
  • Hacker Family
  • May Family
  • The Williams Family

Gold Sponsors

  • Jackie Anderson,
    Greenwood Homes Realty
  • The Clingerman Family
  • The Duffy Family
  • The Emmons Family

Gold Sponsors

  • Greca Family
  • The Hashimoto Family
  • The Kendall Family
  • Envoy Mortgage
  • Noah Barrow
    Fathom Realty

Gold Sponsors

  • The Peters-Williams Family
  • Stacey Siemons - Health & Wellness Coach, Arbonne RV
  • McNamee Landscaping Inc.

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