Waukee Activities Blog

  1. 2019 Show Choir Season Underway!

    The 2019 Waukee Show Choir Season will kick off with our own Waukee invitational, Star Struck, on Thursday, Jan. 10.  Come out and support our choirs!!! Show Choir events will be in the HS Field House Jazz Choir events will be in the HS Auditorium   Admission Cost: Parade of Show Choirs – Thur, Jan […]

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  2. Festival of Peace-Out Among the Snow

    The Waukee High School choir performed the Festival of Peace concert on Friday, November 30th at 7:00pm and Saturday, December 1st at 2:00pm. The audience enjoyed some caroling by members of A Cappella before the performance and during our intermission.  All proceeds were used to provide opportunities for the students to have meaningful concert choir experiences. […]

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  3. Waukee High School Sends More Students To All State Choir Than Any Other High School In The State

    Waukee High School sent 27 vocalists to the All State Choir on Saturday, November 17.  Zoe Wood was selected as a soloist.  600 students across the state were selected for the choir, and the 27 singers from Waukee High School were the most from any school in the state.  The performance will be aired on Iowa […]

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  4. Waukee High School Students Compete at Iowa Thespian Festival

    This past Thursday, November 8 – Saturday, November 10, 58 students convened at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls for the Iowa Thespian Festival; Iowa is a member chapter of the International Thespian Society, and many states also hold state festivals. Our students engaged in workshops and classes, attended productions, auditioned for scholarships, […]

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  5. Waukee High School Theatre Arts will present THE LARAMIE PROJECT and its epilogue play, THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER

      In October of 2018, on the 20th anniversary of the events that inspired the production, Waukee High School Theatre Arts will present THE LARAMIE PROJECT and its epilogue play, THE LARAMIE PROJECT: TEN YEARS LATER . THE LARAMIE PROJECT focuses on the town of Laramie, Wyoming before Matthew Shepard’s murder and the aftermath that followed. Matthew Shepard was a […]

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  6. Jazz Bands Place First at Hoover Jazz Festival

    On March 3, Timberline School, Prairieview School and Waukee High School jazz bands competed against schools from all across the state at the annual Hoover Jazz Festival. Each jazz band placed in the top three of their division. “Winning the class is more about the benchmark. Judging music is subjective at best, but for the […]

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  7. Waukee Mock Trial Team Competes at State

    After competing in districts and eliminating more than 150 other mock trial teams, Waukee High School’s Mock Trial took the podium at the Iowa State High School Mock Trial Tournament on March 26 and 27. For the first time in five years, the team of ten WHS students took on the 30 best mock trial […]

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  8. WHS Theatre Arts Presents Peter and the Starcatcher

    Waukee High School Theatre Arts is excited to present Peter and the Starcatcher. Performances will run Thursday, Oct. 5 and Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m., as well as Sunday, Oct. 7 at 2 p.m. at the Prairieview Theatre Arts Center. The play is based on the book series Peter and the Starcatcher, which is a […]

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  9. Waukee Students Named Outstanding Performers at IHSSA All-State Festival

    Eleven Waukee students were selected as Outstanding Performers for their performances at the Iowa High School Speech Association (IHSSA) State Individual Events Contest. The students who received this honor qualified for an appearance at the All-State festival March 27, located at the University of Northern Iowa. Students honored were Marisa Spahn in Musical Theatre, Ashish […]

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