Mr. Glenn takes a few of our Diocesan Priests on a Fourth of July tour of the Erbin Hall Construction Project. Monsignor M. Francis Mannion is the founding Pastor of the Choir School and Fr. Patrick Elliott served as the Cathedral's Parochial Vicar for several years. Please enjoy this visit inside our Erbin Hall restoration efforts!
The Madeleine Choir School will host its second annual beer fest this summer. Please join us as we have a little fun with our celebration of the founding of our great State of Utah on Sunday, July 24 for Pie & Beer Day! Come out and enjoy the live music local bands, grab a bite from the food trucks and enjoy your favorite local brew or sample from the many options served up by our amazing local brewers. We will also have inflatables and other fun activities for the kids. All proceeds from this event go toward our tuition assistance program that provides many students and families with a passion for arts and education the opportunity to attend the Choir School.
Earlybird Admission is $50 before July 22. Guests under 21 and designated drivers admission is $10. Space is limited, so please buy your tickets now!
In asking the Catholic Church to engage in a dialogue about “our common home,” with his encyclical Laudato Si, Pope Francis has challenged us to look deeply into how our spirituality and stewardship can positively impact the natural environment. As an answer to that call, Madeleine Choir School first grade teacher Hilary Lambert and a few dedicated parents-who call themselves The Green Team- set out to become a recognized “Green School” by the Utah Society for Environmental Education.
MCS 2012 graduates Maria Stokes and Timothy Hemmersmeier lead the way last weekend as Judge Memorial Catholic High School recognized outstanding student achievement in academics, activities, athletics and community service. Stokes was named the JMCHS class of 2016 valedictorian, and Hemmersmeier (pictured here with Principal Lambert) was honored with the Christ the King Award.
Congratulations to The Madeleine Choir School Class of 2016 in celebration of their commencement ceremonies last weekend.
Twenty years ago on May 26 -- the feast of St. Philip Neri (known as the Apostle of Joy and patron of laughter and humor) -- Archbishop Niederauer formally and officially approved the opening of a new school at the Cathedral of the Madeleine to be known as The Madeleine Choir School.
Students from The Madeleine Choir School will perform "Noyes Fludde" this Friday, April 29, and Sunday, May 1, in partnership with Tyler Oliphant, Aubrey Adams-McMillan and Michael Aiello who will sing the adult roles.
The last time the Choir School presented "Noye's Fludde," in 2006, all students from the school participated. Enrollment is bigger now, so only those in grades 4 through 8 — 170 in all — will sing, play in the orchestra or keep the show moving as "stage ninjas." Older students will play Noah's sons and their wives, as well as the eight "gossips" who try to persuade Mrs. Noye not to board the ark; 110 will portray animals.
The Madeleine Choir School hosts a series of "Drop-In" tours throughout each school year. These tours are designed to give prospective parents an opportunity to see the daily workings of the Choir School in session. No appointment is necessary during these "Drop-in" Tour times. Please "Drop-In" to see our Student Learning Expectations (SLE) at work in each of our classrooms. Click on the headline above for more admissions tour options and details on our Student Learning Expectations at MCS.