GRAMMY Camp LA 2013
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The GRAMMY Foundation has selected 10 schools nationwide as GRAMMY Signature Schools. Created in 1998, the GRAMMY Signature Schools program recognizes top U.S. public high schools that are making an outstanding commitment to music education during an academic school year. Each of the 10 GRAMMY Signature Schools will receive a custom award and a monetary grant to benefit its music program. The top three schools are designated Gold recipients. The best of the Gold recipients is named the National GRAMMY Signature School. The National GRAMMY Signature School will receive $10,000, and the two remaining Gold schools each will receive $5,500. One remaining GRAMMY Signature School recipient will receive a grant of $2,000 to benefit its music programs. In the Enterprise Award category, which recognizes efforts made by schools that are economically underserved, six schools will receive a grant of $5,500 each. GRAMMY Signature Schools are made possible in part through the generous support of Best Buy, the Ford Motor Company Fund, and the Hot Topic Foundation.
Congratulations to the following schools:
2013 National GRAMMY Signature School ($10,000)
Neuqua Valley High School — Naperville, Ill.
2013 GRAMMY Signature Schools Gold ($5,500 each)
Marcus High School — Flower Mound, Texas
York Community High School — Elmhurst, Ill.
2013 GRAMMY Signature Schools ($2,000)
Northwood High School — Irvine, Calif.
2013 GRAMMY Signature Schools Enterprise Award ($5,500 each)
Colony High School — Palmer, Alaska
Compton High School — Compton, Calif.
John Marshall High School — Los Angeles
North Central High School — Spokane, Wash.
Palacios High School — Palacios, Texas
Sahuarita High School — Sahuarita, Ariz.
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