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Male And Female Students Singing In Choi

Why Choir?

It's Good for Your Body


Singing improves breathing and posture. It also releases muscle tension.


Students will improve their mind-body connection and will see marked improvement in coordination and mindful behavior.

It's Extremely Social


Singing in a group increases feelings of closeness and bonds with those around you, thanks to all the feel-good hormones it releases. Colt Harmonics is a team-building community that values diversity of thoughts, opinions, and beliefs.

It Feels Good Mentally


Listening to and participating in music is shown to relieve pain - both emotional AND physical! We feel more positive after singing than we do after passively listening to music or after chatting about positive life events.


Singing releases β-endorphin, dopamine and serotonin in the body.

Writing Music
It Trains Your Brain.


Students scored 107 points higher on the SAT if they were involved in public school music programs according to the College Entrance Examination Board.

It's an American Tradition.


The new research shows that group singing in America is stronger than ever, with more than 54 million Americans singing in choruses.

Music Performers
Destress 3 days a week.


Singing in a group is shown to reduce anxiety and depression-related symptoms. It also helps regulate your heart rate! Beep beep!

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