Charles A. Sprague High School

Charles A. Sprague High School, located in southwest Salem, is a four-year high school with an enrollment of 1,800 students.  The school is named for Charles A. Sprague, who was a former governor of Oregon.  The school opened in the fall of 1972 and is one of six public high schools in the Salem-Keizer School District.  Oregon’s second largest school district, Salem-Keizer has long been recognized for its outstanding music programs.

The Choral Program at Sprague High involves over 200 students in 5 different choirs including Men’s and Women’s Choirs, Ensemble, Concert Choir, and Framework, the advanced vocal jazz ensemble. Each of the choirs perform numerous times throughout the year at various public concerts, festivals, and competitions.

Choir at Sprague continues a rich tradition of musical excellence in the Salem-Keizer school district and is a Grammy Signature School.