Marching Band

The Marching Band consists of the wind instruments, drumline, front ensemble and colorguard performing as one unit. This unit performs a field show at home football games and field competitions, participates in parades (fall & spring semesters), and also provides an optional pep band at school events and activities.
The main part of the marching season is the field show tournaments. All students enrolled in the marching band program must understand and accept the rigorous practice and performance schedule. Rehearsals start during the summer.

*Please see the calendar for summer rehearsal dates and times.

Marching Band News!

 Fair Share Contribution Payment Schedule:

                                June 15th      $75.00

                                July 27th       $100.00

                                Aug 20th       $75.00

                                Sept 19th      $75.00 or Bal Due

Please click here to pay from the Booster Page

Anyone who needs to make additional Payment arrangements please contact Renee Thresher Or Kathy Kross

Band Camp is on July 29th to August 9th.  Camp will be Monday through Friday from 1pm to 9pm. Marching Band during the regular school year is 7th period everyday.  All Groups must be enrolled in this class.

Click Here for the Marching Band Hand Book

Congratulations HHS Marching Band & Color Guard on your Successful 2017- 2018 season and Placing 1st at the SCSBOA Championships!
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The Highland High School Marching Band program focuses first on musical skill development and then marching and equipment skills. Through this development the following will be the result:
Respect for the musical tastes of others
  Performance and listening of music for enjoyment
 Responsiveness to the expressive and creative qualities of music
 Confidence in one’s own potential
 Performing with proper posture and technique
  Discrimination of different styles and idioms of music
  Desire to improve one’s competence, skill and knowledge
 Performing with expressive elements, articulation and dynamics
  Sensitivity to skilled and tasteful performance in music
  Desire to perform for an audience
  Daily practice
  Preference for listening to quality music
  Loyalty to the Highland High School Marching Band
  Acceptance of responsibility for one’s own actions
  Appreciation and respect for other members in the group


Southern California Schools Band and Orchestra Association - 1A - Gold Medalist

Southern California Schools Band and Orchestra Association - 1A - Silver Medalist