Welcome to East Dubuque High School
East Dubuque Senior High School is located at 200 Parklane Drive. The East Dubuque High School boasts being one of best schools to attend in Illinois. Not only will all students in these walls walk away with a sound education, but they will walk away prepared to enter society as a well rounded citizen, bound to put their mark on the world.
April Art Award
It's that time again! The April Art Award winner is SO very deserving of earning this honor for two years in a row...congratulations to Alex Osterkamp! This young lady has brought her textiles projects home with her EVERY DAY this semester, and often comes in to work during study hall as well. Alex pours her heart into her pieces. She is the perfect example of a strong work ethic, and I just love that she loves my classes.
Illinois High School Association Music Contest
Saturday, March 4, seven East Dubuque musicians participated in the IHSA Contest at West Carroll High School in Savanna, IL. All students received a 1 rating on their events, and two students received perfect scores on their solos. Pictured in the top row from left to right are: Wil Quinn (Trumpet), Jeremiah Haven (Trombone and Piano), Kaylee Nelson (Voice), and Lily Rausch (Voice). Pictured bottom row from left to right are: Joey Delaney (Saxophone), Madeline Heitkamp (Voice), and Joelle Haven (Voice and Clarinet)
Battle of the Books
11 students from East Dubuque High School attended the Tri-State Area Battle of the Books. The students competed against 10 teams from local high schools and took first place in the competition! Well done!!
Luther College's Annual Dorian Vocal Festival
Illinois Music Educators Association Performance
Mrs. Conzett, along with Wil Quinn, Kaylee Nelson, Maddie Heitkamp, and Jeremiah Haven, performed in DeKalb at the ILMEA Honors Choir and Band Concert.
Three East Dubuque seniors got to participate in the annual Dorian Vocal Festival at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Nearly 1,000 students from across the Midwest participated in this excellent choral singing festival, singing a variety of excellent repertoire, all while being fully immersed in the collegiate experience. The songs they performed were Shout Unto God by Heather Sorenson, Stars I Shall Find by Victor Johnson, and Bridge Over Troubled Water arranged by Kirby Shaw. The sopranos and altos sang a piece titled Listen by Reena Esmail, and the tenors and basses sang a piece titled Imaliyam arranged by Lhente-Mari Pitout.The students who participated were Madeline Heitkamp, Kaylee Nelson, and Wil Quinn. Wil Quinn also participated in a lesson with an esteemed Luther College voice faculty while on campus. Select the link below to listen to the entire choir sing Bridge Over Troubled Water.