Pleasant Grove sports has been doing some amazing things the last few years, including winning District, Regional and State Championships. This time we go down a different hallway, away from the athletic department and into the Theatre Department for these, and congratulations to all!

The University Interscholastic League of Texas (UIL) announced the Theatre State Championship last Wednesday, May 12, and the Theatre State Championship is determined by scores from UIL One-Act Play, Theatrical Design, and Film competitions throughout the school year. PG earned the 4A UIL State Team Theatre Championship after earning silver medals in UIL One Act Play, Theatrical Design, and Film this year.

Slow clap PG, very well done.

“The Pleasant Grove ISD community is so proud of our students and staff for their tireless work and their commitment to excellence,” Superintendent Chad Pirtle said. “Under the leadership of our directors, we have built these programs to compete for state championships on an annual basis.”

Photo above:

  • Front row: Olivia Edwards, Emily Mowery,Trinity Tutolo, Alyssa Avard, Rachel Steed, Tate Bass, Savannah Munkel, Winter Crouch
  • Second row: Noah Rayburn, Joe Horvath, Deontae Whaley, Josie Veal, April McDowell, Michael McNeal, Ruby Rehkopf, Allyana Galvan, SkylerKemp, Lauren Stinard, Carson Sanders 
  • Back Row: Clark Edmonds, Clayton Jones, Carl Mead, Sara Jayne Burroughs, Noah Sexson, Liam Halt 

For more detailed information, click here for the Press Release.

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