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State College Area High School

High School South, 650 Westerly Parkway, 814-231-5020 High School North, 653 Westerly Parkway, 814-231-1111

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    The State College Area
    High School
    Marching Band
     
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    Emergency Contact/Medical Form - Fill it out, print it out, have parent/guardian sign it, and give it to Mr. Schunk.
     
    The State High Marching Band is an extracurricular activity involving nearly 200 students in grades 9-12.
    It is open to any student enrolled in one of the concert bands, and to Dance Team and Majorettes by audition.
    The band combines the modern band appearance and sound with traditional music education philosophy
    by presenting different music at each home football game.
     
    The band rehearses two evenings a week, and performs each Friday during the football season.
    Since the band does not compete, our band students are free on Saturdays for employment, college visits, and leisure time activities.
     
    To register for marching band, see the Marching Band Registration link for an application form and more information.
    For the medical form and other information, see the Forms & Handouts page 
     
     

    MARCHING BAND STAFF
     
    Paul Leskowicz - Director
    Johanna Steinbacher - Assistant Director
    Douglas Schunk - Percussion Instructor/Webmaster
    Nicole Dreibelbis - Majorette Advisor
    Shante McDougald - Dance Team Advisor
    Lincoln Kennedy - Staff Assistant
    Band Directors  
     
     

     

    Coming Events

    Click here for the complete marching band schedule  

    Day Date Time Info LocationMusic NeededDrill Needed
    Saturday May 27
    4:00 pm Report, 5:00 pm Parade
    Memorial Day Parade
    Boalsburg

    Thursday June 1
    6:00pm
    Special Olympics Parade
    PSU Campus


     
     

     
     

       
     
    Listen to the State College Area High School Marching Band perform the school fight song!
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on November 27, 2016
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