Music Education at Kohler
The Kohler Public School music department provides opportunities for students to study and perform music of the highest quality. Beginning in first grade and continuing through high school, students are taught to become independent performers.
The music department has created a comprehensive and sequential curriculum, surpassing state and national standards in music. Students in grades 7 and 8 must take at least one music course: band, chorus and/or general music. Chorus and band are full-year courses; general music is a semester course. Students in grade 9-12 must complete a graduation requirement of .5 credits of either Fine Arts or Applied Arts.
Link to Music Teacher Home Pages
Calendar of Events
Upcoming Performances & Events
Nov. 26 Jazz & Madrigal Performance @KSF Craft Fair
Dec. 9 Winter Choir Concert
Dec. 19 Elementary Musical
Jan.9 Big East Honor Band & Choir Concert
Kohler Piano Campaign:
Kohler Schools was able to replace two old grand pianos and one upright piano. Check out our donors who provided fiscal support!
Congratulation to the following Kohler students who were selected for the Big East Honors Band & Choir:
Shelby Horth, Marcella Senti, Fiona Hidri, Olivia Grose, Chris Zhang, Ian Kanz, Justin Dyken, Greg Tengowski, Isaac Wieland, Alex Holland, Kelsey Sbrocco, Noelle Candler, Julia Ruelle, Austin Fibiger, Hannah Shvartsman, Lily Montes, Tanner Thyes, Henry Leblanc
Congratulation to the following Kohler students who were selected for the WI Choral Directors Association All-State Honors Choir:
Ella Albert, Anna Becker, Rachel Gartman, Olivia Grose, Fiona Hidri, Jaclyn Patterson, Chris Zhang