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Love in the Voice of Students: Valentine’s Singing Grams

Ava Kroener
Choir students singing on Valentine’s day

Highlands High School has singing grams for Valentine’s Day. This is where the choir students sing to people who purchased them to sing to one another. 

A singing gram is a way to show friends, family, or lovers that they are loved and appreciated. They are perfect to show care and make someone laugh. They can be a gesture of love, friendship, and kindness to someone you appreciate.

“Singing Grams went great this semester,” said freshman Rose Ewald. “I can’t wait to do them again next year!” 

Having a song sung to you by others may be embarrassing. Still, it’s just a cute memory that shows that there is love and care throughout Highlands. The choir department will give out a survey, and it has to be filled out. It will ask for either a name or for it to be anonymous. Either the choir would say this is from you, or you can keep your name a secret, and no one will know that you sent that.

Freshmen and choir students Te’Irah Sims and Caroline Weber say they sang the songs “Love or L O V E.” 

Most people are sending singing grams to their lovers, and most are sending them to their friends, and some even went to family. 

Choir Teacher Jisoo Bae who runs the singing grams said: “I think lots of people enjoyed them! It’s one of those small little things that make your day a little brighter.” I asked her if the singing grams were a success and she said, “Although I won’t be able to disclose the exact amount, I was happy with how it turned out!” 

Overall the singing grams seemed like a huge success and it will be exciting to watch them happen next year!

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