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The talented and proud members of Summer Creek High School Choir advance once again.

The Summer Creek High School Choir Department is pleased to announce the choir students who earned a highly coveted spot in the TMEA (Texas Music Educator’s Association) Region 33 All-Region Choirs. They competed Oct. 23 and 24 and were chosen to represent the region. The Region 33 choirs performed Nov. 11 at Dekaney High School in Spring. Students are chosen annually from the Humble, Spring, Galena Park, Aldine and New Caney school districts. Despite the many challenges created by Hurricane Harvey, the SCHS Choir has maintained the number of students that represent them within the region choirs. Earning a place in a TMEA Region Choir is a prestigious accomplishment for any singer in the state of Texas. It is also one milestone in a rigorous five-month process for students as they compete to be in the TMEA All-State Choir.

The following Summer Creek High School students sang with the Region 33 Mixed Choir. These students also competed in the next round of All-State Auditions (Pre-Area) Nov. 30. Two years ago, Summer Creek advanced only four students to Pre-Area. Last year and again this year, they advanced 10 students, many of which are underclassmen.

Amanda Robison, the choir director, is proud of the hard work of these talented students: Isabel Alvarado (12), Anabel Avila (11), Mikah Goodwine (10), Gavin Haines (11), Hennesie Laureano (11), November Lee (11), Chloe Lewis (11), Kaylie Lyle (11), Steven Padua (12), and Zachary Tubbs (12).
The following Summer Creek High School Choir students performed in the TMEA Region 33 Treble Choir: Jaylan Campbell (11), Cne Doublin (10), and Marisa Espitia (10). Lukas Gomez (10) performed in the TMEA Region 33 Tenor-Bass Choir.