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Sixteen more schools add to the wonder of the Schools Spectacular

Sixteen more schools will be flying the flag for the North Coast and Mid North Coast in the iconic Schools Spectacular this year. Hot on the heels of the announcement of featured performers this week, it has been revealed that: Aldavilla Public; Banora Point High; Casino Public; Coorabell Public; Forster Public; Gloucester Public; Grafton High; Kingscliff High; Kingscliff Public; Maclean High; Melville High; Murwillumbah High; South Grafton High;Tweed River High; Urunga High and Wauchope High have successfully auditioned among schools so far chosen for the combined choir, combined dance, D’Arts Ensemble and Aboriginal Dance Ensemble. Earlier this week at a ceremony in Sydney, it was announced that:Great Lakes College Senior Campus – Cody Clayton (Dancer);Kingscliff High School – Alyssa Mackenzie (Backing vocalist) andMurwillumbah High School – Alyssa Stavar (Dancer) will represent the North Coast and Mid North Coast in the ranks of featured performers. Auditions are continuing for other performers including the bands and orchestras and drama ensemble and schools with representatives will be announced closer to the Schools Spectacular. The rigorous selection process chooses schools and performers that meet the exacting standards that huge audiences have grown to know and love. Schools Spectacular is a massive co-operative venture as thousands of talented students and their dedicated teachers join with industry professionals to stage an unparalleled entertainment extravaganza of massive proportions. Guinness World Record holder Schools Spectacular is back and better than ever showcasing the best singing and dancing talent from public schools across NSW on Friday and Saturday November 24-25 at QUDOS Bank Arena.