Ashland High School choir receives award for high GPA

Ashland High School's choir joined 13 other state high school organizations in receiving honors in the spring Dairy Farmers of Oregon Academic All-State program released by the Oregon Schools Activities Association.

The 14 teams earned the highest team grade-point average in the entire state for their activity, ranging from speech to band to baseball. The AHS choir had a team GPA of 3.74.

"We are proud to partner with the Dairy Farmers of Oregon in saluting these outstanding student-athletes," said Tom Welter, OSAA Executive Director. "What a great statement all of the participating schools are making about the important role academics play in our high school activity programs."

The winning teams in each spring activity will receive a plaque in honor of outstanding scholastic achievement and each team member will receive a "Got milk?" sweatshirt and a certificate. Additionally, all students on the top ten teams will receive a commemorative lapel pin.

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