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The Madeleine Choir School is pleased to welcome Mrs. Megan Randazzo as the school's next Principal. Megan’s academic preparation and recent leadership experience position her with the key competencies necessary for her role at the Choir School, which will include the recruitment, development and retention of highly qualified teachers, academic support for all learners through differentiated instruction, ongoing development of academic rigor through curriculum review and design, strengthening intervention programs for troubled learners, a school-wide behavioral plan, and developing a program of social and emotional learning for our students. Megan is a highly motivated, well-organized and hard working professional. While her experience in the Canyons School District has been an opportunity for exponential professional growth, she has a strong and unwavering commitment to the mission of the Choir School and to all Catholic Schools in Utah, as a former teacher at MCS and alumna of Cosgriff and Judge Memorial. Please join us in welcoming Principal Randazzo back to MCS!
The Madeleine Choir School Community came together to raise Tuition Assistance dollars on Saturday, May 5, 2018. In typical MCS fashion costumes reflecting the year's theme -- 007 -- were over the top (click headline to see more).The annual event which includes many facets leading up to the Live Auction grossed over $265K this year. The Choir School was able to award over $680K in tuition assistance this school year.
The Madeleine Choir School sent all four choirs on tour in April for the first time in the school's history. St. Gregory and St. Cecilia Choirs toured Chicago and South Bend, and St. Nicholas and St. Hildegard toured the Los Angeles area.
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What schools will give your children the best opportunity to succeed in their high school, collegiate, professional careers and beyond? We would like to share some of the latest information from recent studies that show direct advantages to having your child "actively participate and engage" in music as a part of their educational experience. You may have heard of the "Mozart Effect" which says that listening to Mozart's music...
This week our collegium students have been volunteering at The Good Samaritan Program. The students helped prepare sandwiches and snacks that will be used in the future. A few students also helped pass out lunches and hot chocolate at the visitor window. The Good Samaritan Program is open every day from 11am to 8pm. Thank you to Ms. Wealton and our parent volunteers for putting together this great excursion for the students.
The Madeleine Choir School took delivery of an 84-passenger school bus in early December. The bus was made possible by grant funding from the David Kelby Johnson Memorial Foundation. The Madeleine Choir School was introduced to Elizabeth Johnson over a decade ago when she heard the student choristers sing in the Cathedral of the Madeleine. It was through Mrs. Johnson’s love and appreciation of the choir that the school has been fortunate enough to receive the needed funding to purchase a new bus. The David Kelby Johnson Memorial Foundation continues to carry out Elizabeth’s wishes to give to those in need in the name of her grandson. The procurement of the new bus has given the school the opportunity to strengthen its transportation system and continue to offer this service to students across the Wasatch Front.
The Choristers of the Madeleine Choir School gave a brilliant performance of the National Anthem before the Utah Jazz tipped off against the Dallas Mavericks on Monday, October 30, 2017. The rendition also brought an international flare to the National Anthem with a German Conductor -- the Choir School's Director of Music, Melanie Malinka -- and an arrangement by the Cathedral of the Madeleine's Organist, Dr. Gabriele Terrone who hails from Italy. The Madeleine Choir School congratulates the Jazz on their 104-89 victory and wishes them well in their coming season. Please click the headline or photo for a link to video of the performance.