As we kick off this exciting week our Snap! Raise campaign, we would like to Thank our South Hills family, friends, alumni and fans for supporting our music program.
At this time we are in the midst of our Snap! Raise fundraiser; a social media based platform. Our students have been asked to each compile a list of e-mail addresses for their 20 biggest fans and they are sharing their own unique fundraising link for the campaign. This type of fundraiser allows us to reach friends and family, both near and far. This is a great way to help support our program without much effort !
If you could please spread the word about our fundraiser by sharing it with your friends via E-mail, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter we would greatly appreciate it !
We need your help to make this happen !
Our lives may be on hold as we work through the COVID-19 pandemic, but what is not on hold is the future of our South Hills High School Band and Color Guard. They are still at home practicing and enjoying their instruments, looking forward to the day when they can all come back together and share their appreciation of music with each other.
Let’s keep the South Hills High School Band and Color Guard Music Program going strong so we can continue to make a positive impact on these amazing musicians and color guards ! We will get through this challenging time together and emerge stronger on the other side ! ! ! Please stay Positive, Strong, Safe and Healthy !
We warmly Welcome you to our website and hope it gives you an insight into life at South Hills High School Band and Color Guard Music Program. Please be sure to browse through our site for information and learn more about our Music Program.
The South Hills High School Music Program is a student-focused organization dedicated to the performing arts. For decades, South Hills has been opening its doors to young students of all different talents and interests throughout the Covina Valley. By giving these students the opportunity to express themselves through music and dance, South Hills’ Music Director and staff are committed to making a positive influence in each student’s life.
Under the direction of Mr. Michael Wooten, South Hills’ performing ensembles have consistently gained competitive recognition throughout the years. Composed of a marching band, symphonic band, wind ensemble, jazz ensemble, as well as a Winter Color Guard and Percussion Ensemble, South Hills continues to sustain itself as an active and dynamic force in the performing arts world. Instilling the values of teamwork and motivation in a productive and intense working environment, South Hills High School provides a unique and positive learning experience unlike any other.
The importance of music education and its impact on all areas of academic and personal development cannot be overstated. All students, regardless of ability or ambition, have a place in the South Hills High School Music Program and are encouraged to take advantage of all the stellar opportunities it offers.
South Hills High School students and families are invited to get involved – whether as a student participating in an ensemble, as a volunteer supporting its activities, or by simply attending one of the numerous performances offered throughout the year.
Our website contains information for current students, parents, alumni, friends and supporters. Perspective students, parents, and supporters are encouraged to explore our website using the menu above to learn more about us. Each page contains information that may be useful including the Band Calendar, information about the ensembles and performances and contact information about our Band Director and the Band Booster Officers.
Please check out our website regularly to see the latest Events, Itineraries and Calendar updates. View our Weekly Schedule page, it provides a brief overview of the coming weeks, Monday through Sunday.
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