Photo image of a diverse group of about 15 smiling, professionally dressed high school students with a few adult educators standing in front of a panelled wall.

The Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) selected 13 Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) students to perform in the 2023 VMEA Senior Honors Choir at the VMEA annual conference held recently.  

"PWCS is proud to have these exceptionally talented seniors represent our school division at this year's VMEA honors choir,” said Michelle Milligan, administrative coordinator of the arts in PWCS. “Thank you to our dedicated teachers, students, parents, and community supporters, and congratulations to these students on your successful achievement in music that is being recognized and celebrated at the state level."

To be selected to perform in this choir, students go through an extremely rigorous process. They compete against the top high school vocal talent in Virginia, making it the most challenging audition and choir experience available in the commonwealth.

Congratulations to the students representing PWCS in the VMEA Senior Honors Choir.

C.D. Hylton High School
Student: Michael Gutierrez-Ramos
Director: Tommy Tutwiler

Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School
Students: Abigail Barnes, Danielle Serrano-Bremer, Raelle Melvin, Hannah Yoho, Hope Carey, Adam Mack
Director: Keri Staley

Gainesville High School
Student: Mara Cerven
Director: Kristina Sheppard

Osbourn Park High School
Students: Ruth Osaro, Taison Ellsworth
Director: Dominick Izzo

Patriot High School
Student: Boden Pearson
Director: Liz Selby

Woodbridge High School
Students: Alaina Krimmer, Molly Ludwick
Director: Joel Shapiro