Indoor Percussion at Power Regional in San Bernardino

North Pointe’s Indoor Percussion performed this weekend at Power Regional in San Bernardino. North Pointe had a score of 74.05 and finished in 15th place in Scholastic A. North Pointe played and marched a great show.  Erik Torres Vazquez was the outstanding performer of the evening. “I’m very proud of our students. They put on a good show and it’s been amazing watching them grow as an ensemble this season,” said Director Erazmus.

Competition Percussion at Mesquite HS

North Pointe’s Indoor Percussion performed this weekend at Mesquite High School. North Pointe had a score of 80.3 and finshed in 4th place in Scholastic A. The group played and marched well and are coming together as a group. Addison McCabe was the outstanding performer of the evening. “This was our best performances this season. Looking forward to the next one.” said Director Erazmus.

2017-2018 Performance Schedule

Christmas Show
December 13 – A Monster Christmas, 7 pm
December 14 – A Monster Christmas, 7 pm
December 15 – A Monster Christmas, 7 pm

Falcon Players
August 7 – 1984 Auditions, 3:30 pm
August 9 – 1984 Callbacks, 3:30 pm
October 25 – 1984 Dinner Theatre, 6 pm (Tickets Required)
October 26 – 1984, 6 pm
October 27 – 1984, 1 pm *Students Only
October 27 – 1984, 6 pm
February 5 – James and the Giant Peach Auditions, 3:30 pm
February 7 – James and the Giant Peach Callbacks, 3:30 pm
April 25 – James and the Giant Peach Dinner Theatre, 6 pm
April 26 – James and the Giant Peach, 6 pm
April 27 – James and the Giant Peach, 1 pm *Students Only
April 27 – James and the Giant Peach, 6 pm

Speech and Debate
September 30 – Congress @ Chandler Prep
Oct 20 & 21 – Lost Dutchman @ Red Mountain
October 27 & 28 – Jim Fountain Classic @ McClintock HS
November 10 & 11 – Toro Country Classic @ Mountain View HS
November 17 & 18 – Water Tower Invitational @ Mesquite HS
December 1 & 2 – Winter Trophy @ Arcadia HS
January 12 & 13 – Prep School Classic @ Chandler Prep
January 26 & 27 – Bobcat Bonanza @ Central HS
February 10 – NSDA Congress Qualifier @ Mountain View
March 2 & 3 –  SWSDI Tournament @ TBD
March 9 & 10— AIA State Tournaments (Pending)
March 22 & 24 – NSDA District Qualifier Tournament @ TBD

Marching Band
October 14 at Millennium HS
October 21 at Williams Field
October 28 at Mountain Ridge
November 11 AZ Championships at Perry HS

Competition Percussion
To Be Announced

Competition Color Guard
To Be Announced




JH Arts Performance Schedule
November 2 – The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet, 6 pm
November 3 – The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet, 1 pm *Students Only
November 3 – The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet, 6 pm
February 8 – The Glass Slipper, 6 pm
February 9 – The Glass Slipper, 1 pm *Students Only
February 9 – The Glass Slipper, 6 pm

 

Competition Percussion at Desert Ridge

On Saturday, April 1st, the North Pointe Indoor Percussion traveled to Desert Ridge High School, to perform their show “The Crooked Man”, in the WGAZ Percussion Championships competition. This was the last competition of the season for the group to perform and the students were ready to put forth 100% of their effort and drive as this was the last time they would debut their show to audiences and judges. Of the 12 groups we competed against in our division, the North Pointe Competition Percussion team secured 5th place. Seniors Brandon Fenton and Joseph Perez said “this was our best show yet, and we are happy with the work everyone put in to achieve a successful show this season.”

Directors Justin Kline and Luis Fisher were very impressed with the group’s final performance. “We are so proud of the growth that every student has shown throughout the season, and look forward to what North Pointe has in store for next year.”

Competition Percussion at San Bernardino, CA

On Saturday, March 25th, the North Pointe Indoor Percussion traveled to San Bernardino, California to debut their show “The Crooked Man”, in the WGI Power Western competition. This was the second time that the group traveled to California to compete and perform their show against 22 other groups in our division. Of the many shows and groups that competed, none barred any resemblance to “The Crooked Man” which tells the dark story of an innocent young girl who is corrupted by an evil spirit who eventually takes her soul.  Jesse Ponce and Elizabeth Aguirre are featured as the Crooked Man and the young girl, respectively.  Although we were placed at 16th for our division, the students used this experience as a motivation to continue to put forth 100% effort as we steer towards our championships performance next weekend.

Directors Justin Kline and Luis Fisher were very impressed with the group’s performance. “We made it to California and we showed the world what we have, now let’s show Arizona what we can do!”