ISSMA Small School Show Choir State Championship, 2015
Plainfield High School
1 Red Pride Drive
Plainfield, IN 46168
Saturday, March 21, 2015
It was a great day at Plainfield High School for ISSMA State Finals. We are always proud of the accomplishments of our choir students, but it's an honor to be included as one of the top 9 choirs in the state. We certainly saw some great performances. Here are the final results from Small School State Championship, 2015:
1. Plainfield High School, Femmes Fatales - Grand Champion (Best Vocals)
2. Northridge High School, Starlights
3. Columbia City High School, City Lights
4. Fairfield Jr/Sr High School, Expressions
5. DeKalb High School, Sound Sensation – (Best Visuals)
6. New Prairie High School, Sing Sensation
7. New Palestine High School, Diamond Sensations
8. Bedford-North Lawrence, Starlets
9. Washington High School, Accents
1. Plainfield High School, Belles et Beaux - Grand Champion (Best Vocals, Best Band)
2. DeKalb High School, Classic Connection (Best Visuals)
3. Fairfield Jr/Sr High School, Fusion
4. Northridge High School, Northern Lights
5. New Prairie High School, Innovation
6. New Castle Chrysler High School, Red Hot Blues
7. Twin Lakes High School, Sound Wave
8. New Palestine High School, Crimson Heat
9. Garrett High School, Encore!
The itinerary to the left was distributed by Mr. Beebe to the students in on Tuesday, March 17, 2015. There is additional information below, if you intend to visit "ISSMA State Finals" at Plainfield High School.
Clicking the PDF document to the left will give you the full performance schedule for only groups performing in the Gymnasium at Plainfield High School.
The full schedule for the entire day at Plainfield High School is available above as a PDF attachment. Here are a few additional points for your information:
- The day is broken into two sessions. The "morning session" features all of the Women's division choirs and it runs from 9:00 am through 1:45 pm. The "afternoon session" features all of the Mixed Division choirs and it runs from 4:00 pm through 9:00 pm. There is no "Night Finals". State Finals involves just one performance from each choir.
- A ticket for either the Women's Division or the Mixed
Division only is $13 per adult and $11 per student. An "all
day" ticket to attend both the Women's Division and Mixed Division is
$20 per adult and $18 per student. Please note that a "student
admission" does not involve any NPHS choir students or crew students
riding the bus to the event - they will receive a hand stamp. ISSMA did not note any discounted pricing for "children" as we have seen at other competitions.
- Be aware if you plan to come in the morning and support both choirs, you will want to purchase the $20 ticket, otherwise you will only be able to see one performance, or you'll need to purchase another $13 ticket (spending $26 overall).
- All performances are in the Plainfield High School Auditorium.
- Spectator parking is in the South Parking Lot, with admission entrance at door # 7.
- Only authorized chaperones will be admitted to the homerooms.
- Programs will be sold for $4.
- ISSMA Show Choir Finals will offer a "State Finals" T-shirt for sale for $18.00. Your student may want to bring along some extra cash to purchase a shirt.
- ISSMA notes that, in order to comply with music copyright laws, there is absolutely no photography or video recording allowed at this event. Professional Photographer, Bateman Photos, will be taking action shots during the performances and they will have these photos available for sale. There will be no DVD's from the performances available for sale.
- No food or drink is allowed in the performance venue or the homeroom. No outside food is allowed inside Plainfield High School for ISSMA State Show Choir Championships.
- There are no awards for "Best Performer" but at ISSMA State Championships, the final order of all choirs in each division will be announced - from 9th place up through Grand Champion. Two representatives from each choir will be on-stage during the announcement of the finishing order.
Here's the one-page posting on Facebook from March 17, 2015: