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DID YOU KNOW #65

Did You Know…….that in 1979, Perry Alexander was selected to be a part of the McDonald’s All-American High School Band?  He was one of only two students chosen from Missouri!! Perry, a 1980 graduate, played in the PCHS band under long time PCHS director, Wendell Doyle. Perry went on to the University of Kansas and

DID YOU KNOW? #29

Did you know . . . . that the 1975-76 school year was a very successful one for our Pirates? Every program had a successful year in sports and music. Our Pirate Football team went undefeated and won the conference championship, but missed the playoffs by a fraction of a point in MSHSAA’s old complicated

Platte County sends record number of students to All State ensembles

Platte County High School is sending a record number of students to participate in the 76th annual Missouri Music Educator’s Convention as a member of one of the All-State ensembles.  The following students will represent PCHS January 22-26 at Tan Tar A Resort at Osage Beach All State Choir: Mari Levi, Caitlin Wing, Brittany Burns,

DID YOU KNOW? #17 – Activity Bonus

We are not all about sports, we also love our activities. Did you know . . . . that our Pirate Band has been divided on more that one occasion due to student participation? In January 1987, due to the number of students and the amount of space available for the band to work, Director

DID YOU KNOW? #6

Can’t leave out our Activities! Did you know . . . . . that the development our our Pirate Band took its largest steps in the late 1930’s? In the 1938-39 school year, our Band had grown to 57 pieces, which was an increase from 20, just 3 years earlier (today our Pirate Band has

Pirate Band Gets Ink

There is a very nice article in the Kansas City Star’s 816 North insert on October 30, featuring our Pirate Marching Band. In the 816 North paper version there are several pictures of our Pirates. Here is a link to the online version. http://www.kansascity.com/2013/10/29/4585155/getting-in-step-with-marching.html Way to go Pirates!!!