About the Directors
Tracy Bradstreet (Head Choir Director): Tracy Bradstreet is in her 20th year of teaching and 16th year as head director of the Frisco High School Choirs. She is originally from San Antonio where she graduated from Winston Churchill High School. She then went on to graduate summa cum laude from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2004 and Texas Women's University with her Masters in Music Education in 2011 under the tutelage of Dr. Vicki Baker. While at SFA she was a member of the A Cappella Choir, Madrigal Singers, Opera Company, and Mu Phi Epsilon (past president). She also was a Music Theory tutor for 2 years. Under her direction, the FHS Choirs consistently receive superior ratings at UIL Concert and Sightreading and acheive other successes.
Mrs. Bradstreet currently lives in Prosper with her husband Andy, who teaches Pre-AP/AP Biology and Environmental Science at Rock Hillr High School, her 13 year old daughter Hailey, and her 9 year old son Carter. She absolutely loves being a Raccoon and says there is just something special about teaching at "the original" high school in such a fast growing district.
Barbara Williams (Choir Accompanist): has been accompanying Frisco choirs since the spring of 1998 when there was only one high school in Frisco and one choir class at FHS! She has assisted three different choir directors at FHS, but loves the teamwork she has had with Tracy Bradstreet for the past almost 12 years. She attended Brigham Young University, then spent much of her married life living in seven different states while raising eight children (seven daughters and only one son) and six step children. When not at school she and her husband Kip are loving on their 30 grandchildren. Music has always been part of her life, accompanying church and school choirs and playing the organ at her church. Family and faith come first, but the opportunity to make music every day and interact with the students has been a great blessing in her life.