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Western High Chorus has a legacy of preparing young musicians for a life of performance and musicianship. Alumni of the program have studied music at post-secondary institutions including The Florida State University College of Music, The University of Miami Frost School of Music, Louisiana State University School of Music, Berklee College of Music, Florida Atlantic University Department of Music, Florida Gulf Coast University Bower School of Music, Florida International University, University of Central Florida Department of Music, Samford University School of the Arts and the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.
- Ilissa Knisley ’03, earned a degree in Musical Theatre from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati
- Stephanie Merritt ’04, earned a degree in Commercial Music from The Florida State University
- Jacob Jeffries ’06, nationally touring singer-songwriter
- Natalie (Fernandez) Francisco ’07, conductor of the Everglades HS Legacy Choir, received a degree in Music Education from Florida International University
- Jon Leone ’10, music producer, Warner Chappell Music and Berklee College of Music alum
- Michael Testagrossa ’11, guitar principal jazz graduate of The Florida State University
- Carol Marie Gomez ’13, BM Voice ’17 Florida State University, MM Voice ’19 Louisiana State University
- Jonathan Hartway ’13, music graduate of The Florida State University
- Melissa Montoya ’13, conductor of the Coral Springs Charter School Chorus, music education graduate of Florida Atlantic University
- Walter Muñoz ’13, music graduate, Florida Atlantic University
- Leslie Grace Martinez ’13, internationally touring Latin recording artist
- Christina Machado ’17, music major at the University of Central Florida
- Summer Thompson ’17, voice performance major at Samford University
- Kaitlyn Wallace ’17, music education major at Florida Atlantic University
- Susie Garcia ’18, music therapy major at Florida Gulf Coast University
- Adialys Serrano ’19, music education major at Florida Gulf Coast University
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