Eagles Choir receives awards at music competition

Members of Santa Fe Christian Schools Choir celebrate receiving the “Disneyland Espirit de Corps Award.”

Members of the Santa Fe Christian Middle School choir recently competed at Disneyland’s “Music in the Park,” bringing home several awards.

The group of students received the prestigious “Espirit de Corps” award, acknowledging their exemplary attitude and personal behavior. The coveted prize recognizes the personal integrity, desire for excellence and spirit of cooperation the students reflected throughout the festival. In addition, eighth-grader Kelly Clanton won an individual award for “overall best soloist” and the entire group was awarded the ranking of “excellent” as well as placing 2nd in their category. Santa Fe Christian Schools is a Christian, college preparatory school located in Solana Beach. For more information, call (858) 755-8900 or visit www.sfcs.net.

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