Maranatha’s Performing Arts Senior Recognition

It’s that time again when Maranatha High School has to say goodbye to an incredible group of performing arts seniors.

Each year around this time, Maranatha High School honor its seniors who have been part of the Orchestra, Mixed Ensemble, Dance, or performed in one of its productions during their years at Maranatha. This group of young people has been able to demonstrate their God-given talents and shined on the Maranatha stage over the last 4 years. Their talent, passion, dedication, flexibility, and sense of humor have been a pleasure to witness. They are an amazing group of performers.

“I can speak for all of us in the Performing Arts program when I say, this is a special group of performers and people. Every once in a while a group like this comes along and makes our job well worth it. They will be missed!” said John Wells, MHS Performing Arts Chair. He continued, “I know that phrase will be said a lot over the next few days to this group of students, but, in their case, it is absolutely true. They will truly be missed. As they leave Maranatha, it is our prayer that they stay true to the dreams that God has given them and continue to ‘make’ for His kingdom.”

Click here for the complete list of Performing Arts seniors.

Congratulations to the Class of 2022 for their passion and dedication to the performing arts!

Maranatha High School, 169 S. St. John Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 817-4000 or visit





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