Band

Each year, many Washougal School District high school and middle school band students apply to be a part of regional and state honor bands. These bands select the top musicians from the region or state, and students spend several days together rehearsing and performing under the baton of conductors from major universities and professional ensembles. Congratulations to these Washougal schools students that have been selected to be a part of these ensembles. 

Washington Music Educators Association All-State Honor Groups:

 – Amara Farah, clarinet (Chamber Orchestra)

 – Barret Hemminger, trumpet (Wind Symphony)

Pacific Lutheran University Northwest High School Honor Band:

 – Amara Farah, clarinet

 – Thomas Hein, trumpet

 – Grace Jacobsen, trumpet

 – Matthew Condon, trombone

 – Lexi Kneipp, flute

 – William Weihl, percussion

Band

North County Honor Band:

 – Amara Farah, clarinet

 – Thomas Hein, trumpet

 – Grace Jacobsen, trumpet

 – Braxden Zumwalt, trumpet

 – Lexi Kneipp, flute

 – Mary Lendvoyi, flute

 – William Weihl, percussion

 – Spencer Perkins, percussion

 – Jace Poulsen, percussion

 – Hunter Thacker, baritone saxophone

 – Hayden Zumwalt, trombone

Canyon Creek Middle School – All 8th graders

LCRMEA Honor Band

Avery Berg – Alto Saxophone

Avri Kaufman – Oboe

PJ Hopmeier Mitchell – Euphonium

Lukas Sanders – Trumpet

Kyler Buck – Clarinet

Bentley Jarman Baritone Saxophone

North County Honor Band

Avery Berg – Alto Saxophone

Kyler Buck – Clarinet

Justin Bryden – Trombone

Lorelie Peck – Bass Clarinet

Jemtegaard Middle School – All 8th graders

LCRMEA Honor Band Students: 

Joseph Yantis – Bass clarinet

Claire Zakovics -Flute

Emily Wade – Clarinet

Kacee Kearney – Flute

Seth Dodenhoff – Bass clarinet

Tanner Lowe – Trumpet

North County Honor Band students: 

Danica Stinchfield – French Horn

Jacob Kettelson – Euphonium

Barrett Justis – Euphonium

To learn more, visit Washougal schools: http://www.washougal.k12.wa.us/blog/home/home-test/

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