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SCA Jr. High Vocalists Receive Top Ratings in Liberty Competitions

SCA Jr. High Vocalists Receive Top Ratings in Liberty Competitions

March 25, 2017 

SCA’s Junior High soloists received a Superior rating at the KC Metro Solo and Ensemble Festival.  From left to right, Annie Harsch, Mackenzie Madsen, Alysa Ward and Ryan Wagy.

Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that the Junior High Choir recently received all Superior Ratings (I) from the judges at the Missouri Choral Directors Association (MCDA) Choral Contest and competed in the Kansas City Metro Solo and Ensemble Festival in Liberty.

Receiving a superior rating (I) on their solos at the KC Metro Solo and Ensemble Festival were Annie Harsch, Alysa Ward, Ryan Wagy, and Mackenzie Madsen. The 7th Grade Ensemble received an excellent rating (II), including Kathryn Kudrin, Marissa Mitchell, Elizabeth Walden, Brooklyn Howard, Connor Noland, Brennan Ross, and Christian Phillips. The 8th Grade Ensemble received a superior rating (I), which included Mackenzie Madsen, Aliya Finch, Alysa Ward, Annie Harsch, Sophie Nielson, Aiden Lahey, Ryan Wagy, Zack Oppreicht, and Benjamin Schwab.



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