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Performing Arts Department

Geoff Anderson
Geoff Anderson

Choir, Handbells, Music Appreciation
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Geoff Anderson is the Director of Choirs at Fremont High School in Plain City, where he directs 5 vocal ensembles, a handbell choir and teaches Concurrent Enrollment Music.Geoff holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Southern Utah University (1993), and a Masters degree in Music Education from Boston University (2008). Geoff’s experience in music ranges from instrumental and vocal performance as well as music director for several theatrical productions.  His true love is the art of choral music where he now has the opportunity to work with talented high school students each day. Geoff has had many opportunities to direct select choirs including district honor choirs, choirs for LDS General Conference and State Honor choirs.

Geoff began teaching in the fall of 1994 at the then new Fremont High School.   From that time to the present, his choirs have developed a tradition of excellence, consistently achieving superior ratings at region, state and national festivals.

Geoff is an active member of UMEA and recently served on the executive board as Choral Vice President.  He currently serves as the MEA All-State Choir, a position which places him over honor events (All-State Band, Orchestra, Choir, Men’s and Women’s Honor Choir, Jr. High Honor Choir) in the state of Utah. Additionally, he serves as a member of the State Choral Committee.

Geoff resides in Roy with his beautiful wife, Marita and their three daughters.

Courtney Christison
Courtney Christison
James Densley
James Densley

Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Percussion, Drumline, Guitar 1 & 2

James Densley received his B.M.E in band education from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2016, where he also studied percussion performance and composition with Dr. David Taylor. His own performance experience spans the worlds of the marching arts, jazz, string orchestra, and concert bands. As an actively performing percussionist, he has held the chairs of timpanist in the BYU-Idaho Symphony Orchestra, principal percussionist in the BYU-Idaho Symphony Band, percussionist in the Idaho Falls Symphony, and timpanist in the world renowned UNLV Wind Orchestra. He has also toured internationally with the BYU-Idaho Symphony Band. He studied jazz performance as a drummer as well as a vibraphonist with Kobie Watkins, Justin Nielsen, Dr. Aaron Miller, and Dr. Ryan Nielsen at BYU-Idaho. As a music educator he has taught privately as well as in public schools. He has taught, instructed, written and arranged music for high school marching bands, marching percussion sections, indoor drumlines, concert bands, orchestral percussion ensembles, and jazz ensembles in Washington State, Idaho, Nevada and now Utah. At the collegiate level he spent three years as the instructor and music arranger for the BYU-Idaho Drumline, and spent a semester filling in as an assistant musical director for the BYU-Idaho Percussion Ensemble.

Aubrey Obray
Aubrey Obray
Theatre I, II, III, IV (Play Productions), Concurrent Enrollment Theatre, Tech Theatre.
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  • Why I am in Education: I strongly believe that the arts are an integral part of education, just as former Secretary of Education, William Bennet, said, “The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing, and arithmetic…music, dance, painting, and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment.”
  • Favorite TV Program: Masterpiece Theatre; Downton Abbey, Poldark, Crimson Field. I also love So You Think You Can Dance!
  • Favorite Book: Ah man....there are so many. I will say that I LOVE young adult literature!
  • Hidden Talent: I've played the piano since I was 6 years old. I can also tumble pretty well.
  • Alma Mater: Riverton High School and Weber State University
  • Hometown: Riverton, Utah
  • Hobbies: Outside of school, I spend as much time as possible with my husband Brandon and my kids, Kade and Preslie. I love to sing, play the piano, dance, read, golf, backpack, watch movies, and go swimming.
  • Heroes: Audra, McDonald, Susan Sly, Mothers, Dave MacArthur, anybody with integrity and the courage to pursue a dream!
  • Best thing about Fremont: The students of course!!! I love the culture of Fremont. I feel privilege to be surrounded by a staff who is so passionate about what they do!
  • Years in Education: 7
  • Years at Fremont: 7
Amber Taylor
Amber Taylor

Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra

Teacher Commitment:

  1. Fremont teachers are committed to being prepared with lessons, activities, projects and assignments that are relevant to the curriculum and will enhance student learning at all levels.
  2. Fremont teachers are committed to frequent monitoring of student progress and communicating progress with students and parents, updating grades regularly.
  3. Fremont teachers are committed to helping students improve in the subjects they teach.
  4. Fremont teachers are committed to holding students responsible for their learning as well as providing encouragement for sustained performance using engagement and best practice.
  5. Fremont teachers are committed to giving their best efforts each day, conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting school groups and activities.
  7. Fremont teachers are committed to supporting the school's mission and vision to set goals for student achievement at Fremont and to encourage post-high school education.
  8. Fremont teachers are committed to maintaining rigorous educational standards within their classrooms to help students be career and college ready and community contributors.

Student Commitment:

The effectiveness of an exemplary school is based on the achievement and character of its students. Therefore, Fremont students are committed to our school motto: E2 (Expect Excellence)

  1. Fremont students are committed to being prepared physically and mentally to learn each day.
  2. Fremont students are committed to self-motivation and the accepting of responsibility for their learning and decisions.
  3. Fremont students are committed to their best efforts each day and the sustaining of those efforts.
  4. Fremont students are committed to demonstrating respect and encouragement for peers, teachers, school and themselves.
  5. Fremont students are committed to conducting themselves in a way that contributes to a safe, orderly, and respectful educational environment.
  6. Fremont students are committed to supporting school groups and activities.