By: Lillian Ruelle The end of the school year is almost here and with that our music department is going out with a bang! Our wonderful school choirs along with Centennial and Casey will be performing their last concert May 10th in the auditorium at 7:00 PM until about 8:15, … Continue Reading End of the Year Choir Concert!
By: Lillian Ruelle Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The New York trip for our school choirs was canceled due to poor weather conditions! If you are not familiar with and/or have not heard about this, all of our choirs here at Boulder High, (Aria, Concert, and High Altitude) were … Continue Reading Choirs of America Nationals: Carnegie Hall Has Been Canceled!!!
Find out what school events are going on this month!
By: Cody Morris, Orchestra 3 cellist On Tuesday, April 3rd, Orchestra 3 of Boulder High will be heading out to the State Contest in Fort Collins. Unlike the last issue, I’m writing this on Sunday, the 1st, so I can’t say how it went just yet. However, I do look … Continue Reading State Orchestra Competition
“On Friday, February 23rd, Orchestras 3 and 4 from Boulder High collaborated with the Horizons HS orchestra, as well as members of the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra to play a few pieces in a concert in Thornton, directed by CU orchestra maestro, Gary Lewis. We rehearsed nearly all afternoon and evening, … Continue Reading Orchestra’s Concert with the Philharmonic!
By Lillian Ruelle Do you love the Boulder High music programs? Do you love choir? Do you want to hear and support our amazing choir students? Then come to the BHS Choir Small Acts! It’s February 22 at 7:00PM in the cafeteria at Boulder High. See our awesome choir students … Continue Reading BHS Choir Small Acts
By Akasha Brahmbhatt From the perspective of someone who doesn’t know much about basketball or really any sports in general, I can say that the varsity girls basketball game against Rocky Mountain High School was a very captivating game. Unfortunately, Boulder lost 29-46, however with the high spirit of every girl … Continue Reading Basketball, More Than A Game