THE CHOIR LETTER To letter in choir, a student must be enrolled in a chorus class a minimum six out of the eight semesters in their high school career. Choral letters are awarded not as a matter of course, but to recognize outstanding achievement. Students may letter only once. If a student has already lettered in academics, band, or athletics, a student may receive a choir pin. To receive the letter (or pin), the student must have completed successfully at least three of the following:
1. Been a member of the Heritage High Chorus for four years (eight blocks total, one block each semester), with an overall average of A. 2. Attended District VII Honor Choir, Georgia State University SingFest!, or Lee University Honor Choir (both days) four times. 3. Performed with distinction a solo in a choral concert. 4. Served with distinction as a choir officer, accompanist, or section leader. 5. Performed with distinction in the solo, quartet, or trio competition at the GHSA Literary Meet. 6. Been a participant in GMEA All-State Chorus. 7. Participated in Chamber Choir.
2015 - Logan Bennett, Lindsay Kalick, Kendall Lively, Grayson Parker, and Gavin Russell 2016 - Haleigh Bauldwin and Arlena Upton 2017 - Hailey Bilbra, Natalie Clark, Kyle Hullander, Logan Knight, and Brooklyn Pell 2018 - Tim Grayson, Kyleah Parr, and Rachel Smith 2019 - Eli Brown, Camryn Haney, Erin Lord, Owen Peterson, and Lillyann York
OUTSTANDING CHORAL STUDENT AWARD A senior choir member is selected for this prestigious award, upon nominations by the choir, with final selection by the music faculty. The award is given for significant contributions to the choir as a whole, as well as individual achievement.