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Middle School

Interested in Joining Choir? Start Here!

ROMS Choir Interest Google Form

Use this link to fill out an interest form and ask the directors any questions you like! 

ROMS Choir FAQ

Do I have to know how to sing or be a good singer?

NO! You don’t have to know anything about music or singing to join Choir. In Choir you will learn the fundamentals of singing and reading music in the class, you don’t need any prior knowledge or vocal experience. 

 

How do I join Choir? 

You just sign-up for it! However your campus is turning in schedules, whether it is on paper going to your counselor or if you’re signing up on Skyward, if you put Choir on your schedule, you’re in! 

 

What Voice parts are there?

There are lots of different Vocal ranges in Choir, the most typical ones used in Middle School are: 

  • Soprano (high female)

  • Mezzo (medium female)

  • Alto (low female)

  • Tenor (high male)

  • Baritone (medium male)

  • Bass (low male)

 

How are the classes divided? 

We have 7 choir classes at the middle school, divided by grade, vocal range, and ability. 

  1. Cantori

  2. Treble

  3. Bel Canto

  4. Non Varsity Tenor/Bass

  5. Chorale

  6. Varsity Tenor/Bass

  7. Bella Voce

 

What performance opportunities are there?

Every class participates in 3 evening Concerts per year, and each class will go on a minimum of 2 field trips per year (with the opportunity to go up to 8 trips depending on which class you’re in and what music you learn!)

 

How much does it cost to be in Choir? 

To pay for all of the above field trips mentioned, each choir member will pay a Choir Fee at the beginning of the school year to help pay for the trips and the food they eat on those trips, and for their Choir Polo. Choir polos can be used again and again year to year so if they buy one in 6th grade they won’t need a new one every year unless they lose it or outgrow it. Money is never a reason to not be in Choir, if fees are an issue please communicate with your Director to make a plan so that your student doesn’t miss out on singing with us! 

 

I still have questions not answered here! What should I do?

Email us! We are happy to help: 

High School

ROHS Choir FAQ

Do I have to know how to sing or be a good singer?

NO! You don’t have to know anything about music or singing to join Choir. In Choir you will learn the fundamentals of singing and reading music in the class, you don’t need any prior knowledge or vocal experience. 

 

How do I join Choir? 

You just sign-up for it! However your campus is turning in schedules, whether it is on paper going to your counselor or if you’re signing up on Skyward, if you put Choir on your schedule, you’re in! 

 

What Voice parts are there?

There are lots of different vocal ranges in choir, the most typical ones used in high school are: 

  • Soprano (high female)

  • Mezzo (medium female)

  • Alto (low female)

  • Tenor (high male)

  • Baritone (medium male)

  • Bass (low male)

 

How are the classes divided? 

We have 5 choir classes at the high school, divided by grade, vocal range, and ability. 

  1. A Cappella Treble

  2. Melodia

  3. A Cappella Tenor/Bass

  4. Chamber

  5. (Conference)

  6. (Conference)

  7. Music Theory

  8. Show Choir

 

What performance opportunities are there?

ROHS Choir has many performance opportunities throughout the year. We perform at concerts, competitions, football games, district events and on field trips. 

 

How much does it cost to be in Choir? 

To pay for all of the above field trips mentioned, each choir member will pay a Choir Fee at the beginning of the school year to help pay for the trips and the food they eat on those trips, and for their Choir Polo. Choir polos can be used again and again year to year so if they buy one their first year in Choir they won’t need a new one every year unless they lose it or outgrow it. Money is never a reason to not be in Choir, if fees are an issue please communicate with your Director to make a plan so that your student doesn’t miss out on singing with us! 

 

I still have questions not answered here! What should I do?

Email us! We are happy to help: 

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