The RHS chorus students are under the direction of Jennifer Williams.
Being selected for All-State Chorus is a prestigious honor, as only 11 percent of all students who audition across the state are selected. To be selected, students must pass a challenging audition process, which includes singing several scales, performing a solo, completing music audiation and theory examples and sight-reading three lines of music.
All chorus students who were selected for All-State Chorus are required to learn their concert repertoire and demonstrate proficiency at a second audition in January.
A record number of Rome High School students were selected for the 2011-2012 Georgia All-State Reading Chorus. All-State Reading Chorus was established in 2006 to showcase the best 100 vocal sight-readers in the state of Georgia.
Since the inception of All-State Reading Chorus, Rome High School students have consistently been selected as members of this state-level honor choir, and their audition scores are frequently among the top scores in the local district.
Pictured: Fourth row (left to right) Avery Harris, Kadison Beaver, Zach Kinsey, James Douglas, Kyle Huey, Michael Nedvin, Hogan Barris, Christopher Fincher, and Erich Van Tubbergen; Third row (left to right) Katie Hatcher, Courtney Lovingood, Alexandra Carlton, Jerica Maisonet, Abby Chaffin, Mitchell Schaekel, Bryan Escutia, Jay Horton, and Branton Wheeler; Second row (left to right) Jessica Lewis, Kate Butcher, Lucy Lansing, Victoria Liss, Marlee Smith, Pierce Henson, Kelvin Rucker, Austin Chase Brooks, and Evan Davis; First row (left to right) Anna Davis, Parker Van Riper, Jere Tan, Diana Romo, Nick Ehmann, Corbett Floyd, Matthew Nedvin, and Brady Drake; Not pictured: Cayce Woodard.