Swashbuckling fun to be had with San Marcos performances
November 19, 2012 by Mark
The San Marcos High School will present Peter Pan/Pirates of the Caribbean for the community as we move from November into December.
The school is well-known in California for its quality education and many achievements. It has been recognized as an AVIP National Demonstration School & School of Distinction. The school offers many advanced placement classes and courses along with several honors courses. It holds the distinction of a graduation rate average of over 95%.
It also offers specialized award-winning programs, including genetics, bio tech labs, TV news productions, and several hi-tech computer courses. The goal of the school administration is to prepare the high school students for a high-level secondary education after graduation.
The dance and cheer teams have participated in many local and national competitions and have enjoyed several first place titles and competition trophies. The dance team is recognized across a number of venues for its complicated and unique choreography, along with its high-energy routines.
Printing companies work with many high schools in preparing materials needed to announce events and performances. Flyer printing is a frequent request, so that flyers can be placed at the school, sent home with the students, and distributed en masse throughout the community to attract attendance.
Funds raised from performances such as this one are used to continue to enhance the school’s programs. Tickets are on sale now, so visit the event website or contact the school for more information.
The San Marcos Dance & Cheer Teams will perform at 7:00 pm on November 30, and again on December 1 at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm.