A primary goal of the Seguin Choral Department is to foster student leaders. In cooperation with the choral department staff our student leaders play an important role in the success of our ensembles. We take these positions very seriously and want only the best students in positions of leadership. The choir officers should serve as examples to all students in the department through their daily actions, rehearsal etiquette, attitude, and involvement in the program. First and foremost it is expected that leaders in the Seguin Choir embody the virtues of our program:
- Responsibility: Through punctuality, following through with commitments, bringing supplies to rehearsal, communicating with the staff, delivering information to parents, and making a marked effort to improve musical skills and learn repertoire.
- Professionalism: by displaying self-discipline, working well with others, having an attitude of respect of the director and other school staff, presenting a positive image for the organization, and displaying the qualities of a professional musician.
- Dignity: by adhering to the campus dress code, using appropriate language and etiquette, displaying self-motivation in rehearsal, and presenting oneself in a well groomed manner.
- Integrity: through honesty with the director, oneself, and other students, regular attendance at school and out of school rehearsals and events.
- Compassion: through sensitivity and acceptance of diversity, displaying kindness and encouragement to peers, and showing sympathy for others.
- President: The choir president serves as coordinator of student officers and public liaison for the choir department and is responsible for scheduling and planning regular officer meetings, coordinating choir officer functions and fundraisers, and assisting the choir directors as needed.
- Vice-President: The choral department has traditionally had two vice-presidents to assit in the activities of the department. The choir vice-presidents will share the jobs of coordinating with Big Brother/ Big Sister Program, planning the choir banquet, and assisting the choir president in all activities.
- Social Chair: The social chair is responsible for communicating with students, the school, and the community concerning choir events through the use of the choir Facebook page, Twitter Account, and Instagram. Social Chair should also prepare announcements to be read over the intercom about choir events. The social chair should also play the part of the choir "cheerleader" helping to spread high levels of excitement and department spirit.
- Historian: The historian should always be equipped with a camera and ready to catch the awesome events in the choir department throughout the year. This person should work hand in hand with the Social Chair to provide content for our social media outlets. The Historian is responsible for putting together the end of the year slide show for banquet
- Librarian: The librarian assist the directors in maintaining the inventory of the choir department. This position requires time after school to assist with music check-in and check-out.
- Uniform Manager: Like the Librarian, the Uniform manager assists the directors in maintaining the inventory of the choir department. This position requires time after school to assist with Uniform check in and check out throughout the year. This position will also assist the other positions as needed.
- Student Director: New for the 2016 - 2017 School Year. The student director will be a member of chamber choir and chorale who aspires to possibly be a music director one day. This position will give a small taste of what it is to be a music director. The student director will help with various choir office tasks and on occasion be allowed to lead warm-ups and sight-reading.