News and Announcements

MCS Artist Brings Home Multiple Awards

Congratulations to MCS Eighth Grader, Zosia Weglarz, as the recent recipient of two awards for her watercolor entry titled “Sunflowers” in the 2016 Greater Avenues Street Fair. Weglarz received the most votes in the People’s Choice Award category, and she was awarded the first place ribbon in the 10-14 year old category by the street fair “professional judges.”
“Zosia is that student who puts the most time and thought into her art projects,” says Choir School Art Teacher, Erin Mattes. “It is obvious that she wants to create meaningful pieces and each project is very special to her. I get so much satisfaction from seeing the creativity that the students bring to all the different projects we do at the Choir School, and I have certainly enjoyed watching Zosia express and develop her passion and talents as an artist. I was not surprised to hear that she won these awards.”
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Annual Superhero 5K

We are pleased to announce that the Annual Superhero 5K will be held on Saturday, October 29 at Liberty Park. The one mile fun run will start at 8:30am and the 5K will kick off at 9:00am. Come rain, snow or shine – the Superheroes and Villains will race! A little bad weather won’t stop our fight for justice!
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Admissions Drop-In Tours - November 8, 2016

The Madeleine Choir School welcomes prospective parents and students to 'DROP-IN' for campus tours Tuesday, November 8th from 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM. We offer many opportunities for prospective parents to visit our campus and learn more about the Choir School's distinctive environment and rich curriculum. No advance scheduling or RSVP necessary.
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A Quick Tour of the Erbin Hall Construction Project

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!
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Come Support Music Education at the 2nd Annual MCS Beer Fest next Sunday, July 24, for Pie & Beer Day!!!

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!
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MCS Receives Platinum Level Recognition from The Green Schools Environmental Program

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.
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Congratultions MCS Class of 2016

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.
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