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Ross High School Talent Show Is Back


The Ross High School Ro-Hi-Ti staff is proud to announce The Ross High School talent show is making a comeback this 23-24 school year. 

The Ross High School talent show will be held on May 4th, 2024 in the Performing Arts Center. The RHS and local Ross community will be able to buy tickets for the show on May 3rd at 7 pm for the price of $5. 

Talent show audition sign-ups will be posted on Schoology and other social media platforms next week. The auditions will then be held on April 3rd after school in the Performing Arts Center. 

Ross High School freshman, Autumn Garland stated, ¨I think it might be good for students to show off their talents if they can play an instrument or something.¨ As you can see Ross High School students are excited for the talent show to return. In the past, the talent show has been a success and we are excited to achieve the same success this year.

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There are a variety of acts the Ross students can perform. In the last talent show Ross High School held in 2019, some students performed the following:

  • Dances/Group dances 
  • Singing/lip-syncing
  • Instrument playing 
  • Art
  • Comedy 
  • Magic tricks 
  • Poetry 
  • Impersonations 
  • Sports 
  • Etc. 

Bring your hidden talents ready to share!

The Ro-Hi-Ti staff have been working very hard these past few weeks to make this talent show come back to life. They cannot wait to see how this exciting comeback will turn out. 


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Rylie Lynch
Rylie Lynch, Staff Writer
Rylie is part of our Ross High Times marketing team, mainly managing the social media accounts. She is a sophomore who is interested in providing the best feed for our community. In her free time, she likes to play volleyball and softball, and in the winter she enjoys going skiing. In the future, she hopes to work in the medical field.

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