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2015 Graduation

Glenwood City High School
Graduation Ceremony
Saturday, May 30 at 11:00 AM
Glenwood City High School Gymnasium


Prom - May 2nd

GRAND MARCH - Doors open at 4:00 p.m. - Grand March at 5:00 p.m.

BUS LEAVES at 6:00 p.m. and will load the boat at 7:00 p.m. 

POST PROM starts at Midnight






Glenwood City High School Music Department Hosts

Glenwood City High School was the site of the 2015 Dunn-St. Croix Honors Project and a performance by the DSC Honors Band and Choir.  Students from Boyceville, Colfax, Durand, Elmwood, Glenwood City, Mondovi, Pepin and Spring Valley descended on Glenwood City twice this week - Wednesday, January 28 for the one and only rehearsal opportunity and again on Saturday, January 31 for a performance.  In addition to thanking the choir and band directors from each participating school, the Glenwood City Administration would like to recognize Mrs. Angela Hierlmeier, Mr. Matt Lamb and the Custodial Department for the successful completion of such an important program.

Click Here to View the DSC Honors Band Performance

DSC Honors Project History - 

In 1979, the idea to bring together the finest musicians of the Dunn-St.Croix Conference to form an Honors Choir and Honors Band became a reality.  Since the beginning, the philosophy was to have students from different schools work together toward a common goal of cooperation and excellence, rather than only competing against each of an athletic field.

Members of the honors groups are chosen based on student achievements through involvement in musical activities as well as their director's recommendation.  Each of the schools in the DSC takes a turn as host school for the festival.

In recent years, the Honors Project has had the privilege of having a guest conductor work with one of the groups, alternating between band and choir.  This year, the group was honored by Dr. Frank Watkins who served as the Honors Choir Director and Clinician.



Eight Hilltoppers Participate in Honors Band

The Shell Lake Arts Center Middle Level Honors Band is in its 15th year.  In 2014, over 350 students were nominated by their band directors to be one of approximately 250 middle school students to participate in this pretigious event.  Students were selected from 36 schools from across the state. 

Chosen students rehearsed all day on Thursday, November 6 under the direction of guest conductors before they presented an evening concert to a capacity crowd at the Shell Lakes Arts Center.

Mr. Lamb, middle school instrumental music instructor, accompanied the following students to Shell Lake to be honored for hardwork, dedication and talents - 


Front Row:  Riley Berends (trumpet), Mae Buttle (euphonium), Annika Bauman (clarinet), Maddie Oehlke (0b0e)
Back Row:  Nicholas Melendrez (tuba), Allexys Rassbach (bass clarinet), Tressa Peskar (flute), Maggie Wallin (oboe)


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