Ashland High School's choir joined 13 other state high school organizations in receiving honors in the spring Dairy Farmers of Oregon Academic All-State program released by the Oregon Schools Activities Association.




The 14 teams earned the highest team grade-point average in the entire state for their activity, ranging from speech to band to baseball. The AHS choir had a team GPA of 3.74.




"We are proud to partner with the Dairy Farmers of Oregon in saluting these outstanding student-athletes," said Tom Welter, OSAA Executive Director. "What a great statement all of the participating schools are making about the important role academics play in our high school activity programs."




The winning teams in each spring activity will receive a plaque in honor of outstanding scholastic achievement and each team member will receive a "Got milk?" sweatshirt and a certificate. Additionally, all students on the top ten teams will receive a commemorative lapel pin.