Maranatha Performing Arts Honors Seniors

Performing Arts Senior Tribute from Maranatha High School on Vimeo.

Maranatha High School’s Performing Arts Department typically recognizes it’s graduating seniors each Spring with a video tribute and presentation at the final live performance of the year.
With the campus closed due to the Safer At Home orders, the creative Performing Arts faculty came up with a “virtual” video tribute to recognize and honor each of their graduating seniors with the creation of a video tribute. You are invited to join in celebrating the talents and hard work of these seniors by viewing the video online HERE.

Performing Arts Chair John Wells shared, “This is Maranatha’s way of honoring seniors who have participated in the Performing Arts. If you’ve spent one year or four years performing with our groups and in our shows, it’s our way of saying thank you for being absolutely awesome and talented students. Seniors, this recognition truly comes from the heart of every teacher, director, and technician that got a chance to serve alongside you. Enjoy ‘walking the red carpet’… you deserve it.”

Everyone else, sit back and enjoy!

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