Troy Meeker is the Director of Choirs at Central High School in Phoenix, Arizona. With teaching experience at both the middle school and high school level he is in his seventh year teaching choir at Central High School. Mr. Meeker is a graduate of Northern Arizona University with a Bachelor of Music Education and a Masters in Educational Technology. He has developed district curriculum in choral music education and music technology, as well as created district and state assessments for choral music students. Mr. Meeker is currently the auditorium manager in addition to his role as Performing Arts Instructional Leader.
He is an active member of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), Arizona Music Educators Association (AMEA), Technology Institute for Music Educators (TIME), American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) and the Arizona Choral Directors (ACE). Mr. Meeker has also served as the All-State Jazz Choir Chairperson as well as a Member at Large on the Arizona Choral Directors Board.
Mr. Meeker has presented at the Western Division ACDA Convention as well as the AZ Music Educator’s Convention on the topics of music education instruction, technology use in the classroom, and creating student leadership in a choral program. In addition, he has worked as a clinician for Greater Phoenix Junior High Honor Choir, Northern Arizona University Summer Music Camp, Paradise Valley USD Summer Music Camp, and the Phoenix Union HSD Summer Music Camp. Mr. Meeker also serves as the director of Bravo, a high school level ensemble with the Phoenix Children’s Chorus.
In his free time, Mr. Meeker enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, creating websites, hiking, singing in Canto Vivo, and attending the occasional Coyotes game. His home is in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Adrienne, their son Grant, and their dog Sam.