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    We come from over 60 different countries, and leave for some of the best universities around the world.

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One Day One Choir Brings School Community Together

Led by Mrs. Wolfe, students, staff and parents learned 'Dona Nobis Pacem' and performed together as a part of the One Day, One Choir initiative.

  • World Peace Day Video

One Day One Choir is a global choral initiative, started in 2014, which was created to mobilize the inspiring and harmonious power of singing to unite people globally to sing for peace on and around Peace Day, September the 21st. The aim of the project is to have thousands of ‘choirs’ and millions of voices around the world, singing this for peace and linking together globally by Peace Day, September 21st,  2018. 

 

This was a  great opportunity to recognize World Peace Day as a whole school community, not to mention being part of a much bigger initiative in creating a ring of music for peace around the globe.