Smith-Cotton Senior Hoover Accepts Music Scholarship at SFCC
Smith-Cotton High senior Macey Hoover has accepted a scholarship to perform with the Chamber Choir and Jazz Choir at State Fair Community College.
Hoover performed with the Broadway Velocity, Cabaret and New Score show choirs during her S-C career. She was selected to the Missouri Choral Directors Association All-State Show Choir in 2017 and was named the S-C Vocal Music Department’s Outstanding Vocalist in 2018.
S-C Director of Vocal Music Anna Wooderson said, “This student has an effortless, natural vocal talent that offers flexibility in performing a variety of musical genre including country, pop, choral, musical theater and contest literature. She has a positive outlook on life that has blessed the S-C Vocal Music Department. She sets a very high level of character in a competitive vocal performance setting and that is a gift."
HOOVERSIGNING1: Smith-Cotton High School senior Macey Hoover has accepted a scholarship to perform with choirs at State Fair Community College. Seated, from left, are step father Rick Shults, mother Chaundra Shults, Hoover, and father Jason Hoover. Standing, from left, are Smith-Cotton Athletic Director Rob Davis, S-C Director of Vocal Music Anna Wooderson, sister Breana, and S-C High Principal Wade Norton.
HOOVERSIGNING3: Smith-Cotton senior Macey Hoover, shown performing with the New Score show choir, was named S-C’s outstanding vocalist in 2018.