Mrs. Olivia Dove Spell

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Mrs. Olivia Dove Spell

Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! We are so excited you are back and are ready for a great school year!

Mrs. Olivia D. Spell was born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina where she graduated from Southview High School in 2004. Following graduation, Mrs. Spell attended East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina and pursued a Bachelor's Degree of Music with a Music Education licensure. She graduated from East Carolina in May of 2009 and began her music education career at Franklinton High School and Cedar Creek Middle School in Franklin County. During her tenure in Franklin County Schools, each band program more than doubled. She developed a thriving program that included but was not limited to Concert Band, Marching Band, Jazz Band and Winterguard. In the fall of 2011 she returned to her roots as a Pirate! Mrs. Sepll has been thriving as a member of the staff and faculty of Corinth Holders High School. Under her direction the program has grown from 33 students in two ensembles to 250 year round in 8 performing ensembles. In her free time, Mrs. Spell enjoys shopping, spending time with her husband Ryan and son Robbie, and attending ECU Football Games! She looks forward to continue furthering her work with this outstanding band program and to continue reaching newer heights of musical success everyday!

  • Class Schedule- Fall 2018

     

    1st Block- Percussion

    This class is for percussion students participating in the CHHS Marching Pirates. 

     

    2nd Block- Hornline

    This class is for all of the instrumentalists participating in the CHHS Marching Pirates. 

     

    3rd Block- Fall Concert Band

    This class is for any band students, predominantly the ones not participating in the CHHS Marching Pirates.

     

    4th Block- Colorguard

    This class is for the guard members participating in the CHHS Marching Pirates. 

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