Tremper High School and Shoreland Lutheran High School have been awarded Wisconsin School Music Association accreditation.
“Congratulations to all schools that achieved WSMA accreditation for the 2018-19 school year. We applaud their efforts to provide valuable music education opportunities for students,” said WSMA Executive Director Laurie Fellenz.
In order to become WSMA accredited, schools must meet the following requirements:
Enroll in WSMA membership for current school year.
Register one or more students for WSMA District Solo & Ensemble Festival.
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Register one concert group of each available ensemble type for WSMA Concert Group Festivals or Concert Group Clinic Experiences.
Accreditation distinguishes member schools that exemplify WSMA’s shared mission, “To ensure that all students have opportunities which encourage lifelong involvement in music,” through participation in WSMA programs.
These schools receive public recognition, accreditation certificates and authorized use of the official 2019 WSMA Accredited School logo.
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