Meet the Faculty

  •  Links to each faculty members e-mail addresses are here as well.

     

    David Schopp
    Mr. David L. Schopp
    is the Director of Instrumental Activities. A graduate of Penn State University, he has continued his musical studies at Temple, Villanova and West Chester Universities. He has been involved in writing, teaching and adjudicating area Marching Bands and Color Guards for many years. His duties at HHHS include Band, piano, Music Theory and Life Skills Music Appreciation. This year, Mr. Schopp has been listed on Whos Who Among Americas Teachers for the 6th time, and has been listed on Who's Who in America for years 2003 and 2004. Mr. Schopp has been on the faculty of HHHS since 1999.

     



     

     
    Erin Antioquia
    Mrs. Erin Antioquia is the string orchestra teacher at Hatboro-Horsham High School and Keith Valley Middle School. She holds both a Bachelor of Music Education (summa cum laude) and Master of Music Education from Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia. Additionally, she holds a Performance Certificate in Violin. Mrs. Antioquia has taught private lessons on stringed instruments since 1999. Before coming to H-H, Mrs. Antioquia taught orchestra, grades 7-12, in Lakewood, NJ. She is originally from Toms River, NJ and has participated in NJ All-State and South Jersey Regional Orchestras on violin.

     

     

     

    Alison Lagan headshot

    Mrs. Alison Lagan is the Director of Choral Acitivites at Hatboro-Horsham High School. She holds both a Bachelor of Music Education degree (with honors, 2014) and a Master of Arts degree in Music Theory (2014) from Penn State University, as well as a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from Michigan State University (2019). Before coming to HH, Mrs. Lagan was the Director of Children & Youth Choirs at the Michigan State Community Music School and also taught middle school choirs and general music in State College, PA. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Lagan performs with mirabai, a professional women's choir, where she also facilitates the mirabai Young Women Scholars Program, working on choral conducting skills with talented female high school students from across the country. She is originally from Centre County, PA, and previously particiated in PMEA All-State Band (Alto Sax 1) and PMEA All-State Choir (Soprano 2).