Choir Takes On Frozen


Elizabeth A., Writer
April 17, 2014

Since getting back from spring break, choir students have been singing music from the Disney movie Frozen. The music in Frozen is a little different from the usual classic pieces the choir performs. Miss Pickering, choir teacher, had a couple different reasons for choosing these pieces. “It is something... Read more »

Singing With the Bears

Elizabeth A., Writer
April 7, 2014

Two of the four Poly High School choirs came down on March 3 to talk to our choir students. Poly chamber singers and vocal jazz came to Gage to visit our choir. The high schoolers performed several songs for the students, and talked about high school choir and high school in general. Some of the questions... Read more »

Choir Goes Christmas Caroling


Elizabeth A., Writer
December 20, 2013

On December 18 and 19, 2013, choir students went Christmas caroling to spread the holiday cheer. After getting a lot of excited requests to carol, the students prepared their songs and got in the holiday spirit. Everyone dressed in festive attire and practiced their caroling songs for their classmates... Read more »

The Holidays Are Here


Deborah P., Writer
December 13, 2013

On Wednesday December 4th, 2013 Orchestra had a holiday concert at Poly High. The orchestra went on third, following the Gage Choir. They played two songs, Patanpan and The Children’s Carols. Before they went on, Mr. Guzman had put together a nonete made up of Kate S. Sarah C. Brittany M. Hellana... Read more »

Happy Holidays from Choir


Elizabeth A., Writer
December 12, 2013

The night of December 10, 2013 choir got in the holiday spirit for a second concert. Dressed up in festive accessories, the singers had a great time performing for their family and friends. The choir performed four songs including Celebrate It’s Hanukkah, A Joyful Jubilate, Bell Carol, and Sing With... Read more »

Holiday Choir Concert


Elizabeth A., Writer
December 11, 2013

Wednesday, December 4, choir students joined the Poly High School choirs for a festive holiday concert. Students arrived extra early to rehearse their songs and work out all the details. They were able to sit in the audience and observe the Poly performers, which calmed some of their nerves. Because... Read more »

Praise the Winners


Simran B., Writer
December 11, 2013

The winner of the reflections contest was announced on November 22, 2013. The contest had different categories.The categories were dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts. Multiple categories had multiple winners. In dance choreography and film... Read more »

¡Dia de los Muertos!


Emily H., Writer
November 19, 2013

During the first week of November, Mr. Villapando’s classes studied the Day of the Dead, which is a holiday celebrated all across Latin America. Day of the Dead is a huge part of the Spanish culture; so many people take it seriously and celebrate with huge festivals full of eating and dancing.... Read more »

Reflect on Your Talent


Simran B., Writer
November 13, 2013

The annual PTSA Reflections Contest has began and this year’s theme is “Believe, Dream,  Inspire.” The deadline for all entries was November 1, 2013. The reflections contest is a visual representation of the year’s theme chosen by PTSA. The entry categories are dance choreography, film production,... Read more »

San Diego


Deborah P., Writer
November 4, 2013

On Friday October 11th, students in Orchestra, and select students from advanced band went on a field trip to San Diego to see the San Diego Symphony Orchestra rehearse.  Students left Gage’s campus during zero period, and were on their way. Once the students were there, they went into the concert... Read more »

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