By Adrian Rattray Beginning to describe how SGC has changed me feels like a massive question to tackle. Growing up, I couldn’t regularly speak until about 6 years old, and […]Read More
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A Beacon of Light: A Class of 2023 Senior Essay
By Aspen Lillywhite It’s probably not the most glamorous way to start a letter. But I am not the girl you see on stage. I have insecurities that have shoved […]Read More
Our Voices Sparked a Flame: A Class of 2023 Senior Essay
By Skye Duplessis Scintillating stars adorn the silhouette of tree branches splayed across the backdrop of night; a garland of galaxy light. Choir camp was consistently the highlight of my […]Read More
Getting Lost in the Music: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Grey Karis-Sconyers Music has always been an important creative outlet for me. I spent most of my childhood singing a little too loudly in school choirs and tormenting my […]Read More
Rolling with the Punches: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Xahria Hatch I joined SGC halfway through 8th grade, and let me tell you that was hard. The week after I started rehearsals, everyone else sang The Star Spangled […]Read More
Clear and Strong Voices: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Vesi Tsenkova SGC has been an after school staple for me for years now, and choosing a single moment to encompass the entire experience is close to impossible. I […]Read More
The Bond Beneath the Song: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Arundati Iyer I sit alone on the dusty, empty riser on a stage in a large hall. I hear the footsteps of another girl who has also arrived early. […]Read More
Taken Away at the Sound: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Sonya Fues Ever since I started choir in third grade, I have been completely entranced by the sound of PV singing. I knew, from the first time I heard […]Read More
Sense of Community: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Sylvia Lindblad When I first joined SGC in 2013, I was in 4th grade, and I had never been part of an organization like this before. Although I had […]Read More
My Entire Understanding of Music Transformed: A Class of 2022 Senior Essay
By Abby Assadi One bright September day in 2017, I waltz through the front doors of the Volunteer Park Seventh Day Adventist Church, ready to start my first day at […]Read More