Hello HPC students, faculty and staff, and any other visitors to my page! I am Mr. Parker, the orchestra and head chorus director for High Point Central! Thank you for visiting my page, and I hope you find what you're looking for from here! As other students have said, "We are not just a class. We are a family!" And through many ups and downs, we are indeed a family.
Now, we have a unique situation amidst the pandemic. With that said, we are having our classes transition to digital learning. Make sure you log in to check Canvas for assignments. You have due dates with them, but it is helpful. If you have questions, ask via Remind or email: email@example.com. With that said, check Canvas at least 3 times a day. :)
HPC Orchestra Website: hpcorchestra.com
Spring 2020 Schedule
1st block: Beginning Orchestra
2nd block: Music Theory Honors
3rd block: Planning
4th block: Mixed Chorus
Tri-M Club will continue this year in 2019-2020 for music students here at HPC! This is specifically for orchestra, chorus, and band students with great academic standing and musicality and musicianship. Please come and see me (Mr. Parker) if you have any questions and are interested in applying. See my email below if you have any questions.
A Cappella Club will be starting this year as well! Audition forms will be located around the school as well as Mr. Parker's classroom (221A). If you feel you cannot fill one out, here is the link to fill out the form online: https://forms.gle/tvcJgeCHy1F9CARN9
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to a new school year!
Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Music in Music Education from The University of North Carolina Greensboro Master of Music in Music Education from The Florida State University
Mr. Parker graduated from the University of North Carolina Greensboro with a Bachelor's degree in Music Education (K-12) and a Master's degree in Music Education with a focus in Music Therapy (K-12). This is his third year teaching at High Point Central. You'll generally see him walking around the school possibly with an instrument in hand, so keep an eye out for him!