April 15, 2014
"God Bless America" 
Los Alamitos and Seal Beach are home to military installations where hundreds of men and women perform important jobs to serve and protect the United States of America.  Sometimes, despite such close proximity, we get so busy with our own lives that we forget these troops, and all the soldiers in our armed forces, even though they never forget about us.
That’s why, at the All-District Choral Festival held on March 6 at Cottonwood Church, our combined choirs sang the most heartfelt song of the year as a tribute to   our most important audience of the year.
We invite you to enjoy this performance of “God Bless America” featuring soloist Alexia del Alcazar.
This will make you proud to be an American.
This will make you proud to be associated with the Los Alamitos High School choir program. 
Thank you to all of our soldiers near and far for keeping our nation and our families safe.  For those who serve, we hope you keep this song close to your heart, and that no matter where your duties are, you come home safe and sound to your own families.

April 11, 2014
Choir wrap up successful year at Burroughs
Five Los Al choirs traveled to Burbank on Friday and Saturday to compete in their final competition of the year at the Burroughs Showcase.  Our favorite groups put together another strong showing with two Grand Championships and three First Runner-up awards as well as a slew of caption and division awards. 
Here’s a closer look at the results
On Friday evening…
AXCENT took First Place with awards for best Showmanship and Best Musicianship. Jacinda Gonzales was named Axcent's Best Performer. Sierra Hope was named the division's Best Soloist.
SOUNDTRAX took First Place with an award for Best Showmanship. Devin Redmond was named Soundtrax's Best Performer and Tailynn Carlton was named the division's Best Soloist.
On Saturday…
SOUNDFX won three of four caption awards for Best Costumes, Best Choreography and Best Acapella. They were also awarded Best Showmanship. Nick Ramirez was named the Best Performer for SoundFX. Mario Arias was named the Best Male Soloist in the division. Overall, SoundFX was named 1st Runner-up.
XQUISITE and XTREME also finished as 1st Runner-up in their divisions as well. Sam Reitz was named Best Performer for Xtreme. Tiffany Pavon-Johnstone was named Best Performer for Xquisite. Malia Rivers was named Best Soloist in the Women's Intermediate Division.
All groups will now start prepping for their final show of the year....the Pops Show taking place at LAHS on May 29-June 1.  Show details will be announced soon.
April 11, 2014
SoundFX ranked #2 in the nation
Coming off a strong year that included a Grand National Championship at the Showchoir Nationals in Nashville, SoundFX is currently ranked as the #2 choir in the nation.  Here's a look at the rankings for the top 30 choirs for the week of April 6, 2014

April 8, 2014
Soundtrax performs their championship set
at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville
April 7, 2014
SoundFX performs their award-winning
Grand Championship set at Showchoir Nationals
April 5, 2014
'FX wins!
Los Al choirs doubled up today as SoundFX captured the Mixed AAA Division title and was named Grand National Champion at the Showchoir Nationals in Nashville.  The group also won awards for Outstanding Vocals and Outstanding Visual Effects. They join Soundtrax who won the Women's Division on Thursday.  More to come...
April 4, 2014
SoundFX advances to Nationals finals
BREAKING NEWS - A strong performance on Friday gives SoundFX a #1 ranking in the preliminary round.  They advance to the Showchoir Nationals final round and will perform on Saturday morning.
April 3, 2014
'Trax wins National Championship!

Performing on the legendary stage of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, Los Alamitos High School's Soundtrax choir hit all the right notes tonight on their way to being named National Grand Champions in the Women's Division of the Showchoir Nationals. Under the direction of David Moellenkamp, Soundtrax also earned awards for Outstanding Overall Effect, Outstanding Vocals, Outstanding Visuals and Outstanding Stage Crew. 

"When we came off stage, several of the girls in our group were almost in tears, because we knew we had given the absolute best performance we could. We nailed it," said one of the members of the group. 

Soundtrax will be in Nashville until Sunday, supporting SoundFX, Los Alamitos High School's Mixed Advanced Show Choir, who will perform in a preliminary round on Friday. If they advance, SoundFX will perform in the finals on Saturday.
March 27, 2014
An audition reminder...

March 20, 2014
Xtravaganza 2014 results
Updated - March 23 @ 1:45 am
1st - Oak Showstoppers
2nd - Luther Burbank Spotlights
3rd - Sowers Uptown Girls
1st - McAuliffe Studio Singers
2nd - Lexington Velocity
3rd - Valley Showstoppers
4th - St Anne Harmon Knights
1st - Oak Showmen
1st - Eisenhower Five Star 
        (Best Musicianship and Best Showmanship)
2nd - Travis Ranch Encore
3rd - Luther Starlight
4th - Black Mountain It's My Forte
5th - Sowers Melody in Motion
6th - Alvarado Vocal Motion
1st - Hart Sweet Harts
        (Best Musicianship and Best Showmanship)
2nd - Notre Dame Lady Saints
3rd - Eisenhower Iketts
4th - Orange Glen Sweet Harmonies
1st - The King's Academy Knightshine
         (Best Musicianship and Best Showmanship)
2nd - Eisenhower Ike
3rd - Orange Glen Opus 1
1st - Burbank Out of the Blue
        (Best Showmanship and Best Musicianship)
2nd - John Burroughs Soundwaves
3rd - Cypress High Voltage
4th - Eastlake Centerstage
5th - Vista Showcats
6th - Hart Hart N Soul
7th - Golden Valley Rhapsody in Gold
8th - Notre Dame Vocal Impact
9th - Kennedy Harmonic Fusion
10th - Woodbridge Entertainers
1st - John Burroughs Decibelles
       (Best Musicianship and Best Showmanship)
2nd - Carlsbad Encores
3rd - Eastlake Spotlight Ladies
4th - Cypress Pink Thunder
5th - Esperanza Vivace
6th - Kennedy Treble Effects
1st - Mt. Eden Who's Yo Daddy?
        (Best Musicianship)
2nd - John Burroughs Men at Work
        (Best Showmanship)
3rd - Hart Unleashed
1st - Burbank Impressions
        (Best Showmanship)
2nd - John Burroughs Sound Sensations
         (Best Musicianship)
3rd - Bonita Vista Sound Unlimited
4th - Hart Heart Breakers
5th - Edgewood Sophisticated Ladies
1st - Hart Sound Vibrations
2nd - Bonita Vista The Music Machine
3rd - Edgewood Music Warehouse
         (Best Showmanship)
4th - Mt. Eden Monarch Mirage
         (Best Musicianship)
5th - Chula Vista The Main Attraction
6th - Carlsbad Sound Express
7th - Rowland Infusion
1st - Clinton Attache
        (Best Musicianship and Best Showmanship)
2nd - Burbank In Sync
3rd - John Burroughs Powerhouse
March 19, 2014
Welcome to Xtravaganza 2014!
On behalf of Director David Moellenkamp, the Note-ables Booster Club, close to 400 performers in the Los Alamitos High School Choir Program and all of our supporters and volunteers, we welcome you to Xtravaganza 2014.  Our three-day choir competition will host close to 60 groups and more than 2,000 performers from throughout Southern California and the United States on our campus, making it one of the largest events of this type in the nation.  
We have enlisted a small army of volunteers who are here to make sure your visit to our campus is as pleasant as possible, so be sure to ask if you have questions.  We also invite you to enjoy a wide variety of food and beverage offerings from our Food Court.  Most of all, we hope you'll enjoy the amazing array of talented performers taking the stage in the Margaret Webb Performing Arts Center over the next three days.  They are truly worthy of your energetic support.
Results will be posted on our website and on our Facebook page as soon as possible, so be sure to check back regularly to see how your group does in their division.  For complete event information, go to the Xtravaganza tab on this site.
And thank you for joining us!