Ninth Grade Chorus Venture to Detroit

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The Freeport High School’s ninth grade select chorus participated in its annual spring trip to Detroit, Michigan. 

Under the guidance of director Tim Warner, students returned to Mr. Warner’s hometown and visited several historic sites. They toured the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, where they viewed the chair of President Abraham Lincoln and the limousine where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. They also walked on the bus and sat in the seat where Rosa Parks once sat.  

In addition to their adventures, they competed and earned second place in the High School Class AA Choral Division at Cedar Point. They also performed for the eighth graders at Pierce Middle School in Waterford, Michigan.

The students had a wonderful time throughout the trip, where they expanded their knowledge of history and shared their award-winning musical talents.