North Clayton Elementary Honor Choir

The North Clayton Elementary School Honor Choir is composed of singers in fifth grade from the four school that feed into North Clayton Middle School. This is an opportunity for students to participate with peers from other schools in the area, work on challenging repertoire, and spend a day with a notable clinician. Students will enjoy a performance from the North Clayton Middle School Choir and are eligible to sign up for Chorus when they enter NCMS in the sixth grade. For more information, please contact Mr. Jamez Dudley at (770)994-4025 or 

2018 Elementary School Honor Choir Info

 Date: TBD

Rehearsal Time: 12:00n - 5:00pm

Performance Time: 6:30pm

Location: TBD

Clinician: Barbara Wilson

Accompanist: TBD

Students will need to eat lunch at school before reporting to the rehearsal. A snack and dinner will be provided for choristers and two chaperones from each school. Music Educators are encouraged to accompany their students. All music will need to be rehearsed and learned prior to reporting to rehearsal.
T-Shirts, music, and rehearsal CD will be provided for each student. 

Musical Selections

Afternoon on a Hill - Cynthia Gray
Recording and Music Sample

Listen to the Rain - Stephen Lawrence
Recording and Music Sample

I Wanna Be A Leader - Barbara Wilson

Tomorrow - Barbara Wilson

This Little Light of Mine - Mark Patterson
Recording and Music Sample

Mrs. Barbara Wilson

Barbara Wilson

Barbara is a 1977 graduate of Mid-Carolina High School and a 1982 graduate of Winthrop University where she received the Bachelor of Music Education and Choral Music Degree with a minor in English. While at Winthrop, she was choral director for the Ebonite gospel choir. She received a Master’s of Education Degree from Converse College.

She is presently employed with Spartanburg School District 7 where she is a music teacher at The Cleveland Academy of Leadership and is also an adjunct faculty member of Converse College. Min. Wilson was selected as Teacher of the Year at Cleveland for 2006-2007 and also served as a Mentor Teacher for the past 4 years.

In February of 2016, Barbara composed a song entitled “I Wanna Be A Leader” in which she used to create a professionally produced music video with her 4th grade classes.  The video captures the 8 Habits of Highly Effective People as developed by the Stephen Covey Foundation. The video went viral within a few days after her group performed for the National Leader In Me Symposium.

She is a member of the South Carolina Music Educators’ Association (SCMEA) as well as the South Carolina Educators’ Association (SCEA).


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