Scotts Valley High ROP Music Production and Recording Arts Students get a visit from the John Lennon Educational Bus!

Students were able to record an original song written in class on the John Lennon Bus February 22nd.  Following the bus visit the NAMM Foundation held a SupportMusic Community Forum at the high school. Students, teachers, administrators and community leaders served on the panels. Santa Cruz County Superintendent of Schools, Michael Watkins, opened up the event moderated by Mary Luehrsen, Executive Director of the NAMM Foundation.  Closing the event were proclamations given to the John Lennon Foundation and the NAMM Foundation by County Supervisor, Bruce McPherson.

We all hope that the state will see the value and importance of music in our schools and designate funding for music education!

Hello New York City! Join us Thursday Night, March 26th in the Student Union for CABARET NIGHT

The SVHS Music Department and SVHS Student Government are combining forces to bring a night of entertainment, New York style! Choir will be doing scenes from Sweeney Todd and their own version of Frank Sinatra’s New York New York, along with other favorites from the Big Apple. From Broadway to lounge lizard and stand up comedy, let us entertain you!

7-9 PM

Scotts Valley High School’s Vocal Ensemble knocks out a mean version of The Pink Panther!

Scotts Valley High School's Vocal Ensemble knocks out a mean version of The Pink Panther!

SVHS Jazz Ensemble

Scotts Valley Choir Girls Featured in the Santa Cruz Sentinel’s Education Digest January 29, 2012

Nikki Olivas, Janine Snyder, Beth Hollenbeck (teacher), Chiara Carbone and Maddy Pennington of Scotts Valley High School Vocal Performance Class

Scotts Valley High School Choir Receives $897 in Proceeds From Performing at Sing For Your Life

Beth Hollenbeck and choir students receive a check from Gold Standard Chorus.