Orcas High School Students Return To Carnegie Hall.
Yes! Thanks to donors like you, our students have the opportunities to participate in inspiring musical events. In January and February, Middle School and High School music students have participated in the SJMEA’s Junior and High School Solo/Ensemble events in Bellingham. Two students ventured even further, to New York City! Read about their experience here.
Thank you for supporting our OICF Holiday Catalog fundraiser for Chromebooks
Cheers to all who donated, those who gamely contributed on Unique Donor Days, and not least, the many of you who posed with Flat Ed for selfies – we won an additional $250 when our entry was drawn! We raised $2,650 which is a good start for buying Chromebooks for the Music Wing.
FALL 2019 – BACK TO SCHOOL MUSIC
Hello from MAG! The school music program started on a high note with the highly anticipated Multi-purpose Music Room ready for students. Final touches are still being made, and there are many needs, but the excitement felt as each class walked in for the first time has been infectious. Read more…
What’s new in 2019/2020 school music
89 students in Band and 67+ in Strings
3rd/4th grade Seattle Symphony trip in May
Two beginning French Horn students in 2019-20
Award Highlights in 2018-2019
SJMEA ‘Superior’ rating for HS Band
SJMEA ‘Excellent’ rating for 7th/8th Band
SJMEA ‘Superior’ rating for HS String group — highest score in the region for two years
WWU-ASTA Silver Performance Award, MS Strings
WWU-ASTA 3rd Place Award, Chamber Music Div, HS Strings
*SJMEA – San Juan Music Educators Assn
*ASTA – American String Teachers Assn statewide contest
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
School Concert Calendar 2019-20Dec 5 5th-8th Music Concert, HS Gym, 7pmDec 12 High School Concert, Orcas Center, 7pmJan 23 Elementary Concert, HS Gym, 6:30pmMar 1 MAG Spring Benefit Concert, Old Gym, 3pmApr 9 7th-12th Band/Strings Festival Concert, HS Gym, 7pmMay 7 District Band Concert, HS Gym, 7pmMay 14 District Strings Concert, Orcas Center, 6:30pmMay 28 Elementary Concert, HS Gym, 6:30pm
By partnering with the school and community, we can support a quality music program for all students. Volunteer, or donate online or via check to ‘MAG’ at P.O. Box 1171, Eastsound, WA 98245. MAG is a 501(c)(3) organization.
Our signature Spring annual fundraiser is the single largest concert on Orcas island, where over 100 island musicians come together in a show of support for school music that has become an island tradition.
Now, the number of students choosing band and strings is growing tremendously and their performances at competition are winning regional recognition. To reach greater heights, we need your continuing support for the Orcas Island Public School music program.
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