Lincoln Middle School

"Where excellence is practiced every day!"

Ypsilanti, MI


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A chorus is a garden of voices, each one unique, beautiful, and important to the overall splendor.








   “I don’t want to hear about the impact of music education on SAT scores, I want to hear
    about how music touches the soul and stirs the imagination.”  

                                                        -Leonard Slatkin, Director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

2012-2013 Choir Information Downloads:


Handbook Acknowledgement Card

8th Grade ADVANCED CHOIR Girls Uniform Information

Uniform Information



Choir t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, and hoodies are available in the choir room during homebase. 
Prices are:  
Short sleeve t-shirts: $15
Long sleeve t-shirts: $18
Hooded Sweatshirts: $30

Choir at Lincoln Middle School:

Choir is a place for students to experience community, practice excellence, and create beauty.

In choir, students work to develop proper vocal production, vocal independence, reading and listening skills, self-confidence, professionalism, teamwork, as well as gaining a historical and cultural perspective of the music they are singing.

LMS choir students have sung music composed by Mozart, Faure, Bach, Vivaldi, Billings, Schubert, Byrd, and Tallis.

LMS choir students have sung in Latin, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Hebrew, and various other languages.

LMS choir students have sung music containing poetry written by Browning, Longfellow, Frost, Teasdale, and Sandburg as well as various other poets.

LMS choirs have earned first division ratings at district choral festival for the past 12 years.  

LMS choirs regularly host the Choral Methods students from the University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University.

Mrs. Toni Micik, Director

Socrates..."We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence then,  is a habit not an act."