Dear Music Students New & Returning!

Congratulations to all on finishing one of the most challenging school years on record. A big shout out to the class of 2020 for graduating & to former Band Director Jay Gehringer on retiring. We will miss you all and wish you the best of luck to a bright future.

I hope everyone is safe and in good spirits. During the summer, please continue to make self-care a priority and focus on engaging in healthy activities that will strengthen you physically, mentally, and spiritually. We will get through this, but it will require time and patience. If you need help, do not hesitate to ask. Grab and go food centers will continue to be open this summer, and student and family health services are available for anyone in need. Click here to learn more!

New Music Students!

So happy to hear of your interest in our program. While we expect the fall to be very different, we still plan to offer an inspired and engaging experience regardless of an online, traditional, or hybrid form of instruction. Please take a moment to complete our New Music Student google form (Click Here). Here are our 2020-2021 Drum Majors & Dance Team Captain to talk to you about our program!

Summer Opportunities for Students!

The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz is offering free summer webinars on Jazz in America. Take a journey through the history of American’s greatest musical gift to the world. Sessions are available for grades 10-12, 7-9, and 4-6, offering students of all ages something special to do. These webinars are free and open to all! Click Here to learn more!

Quarantined Work:

These past few months of online instruction have been challenging, but what our students accomplish during this period is astounding. Here are just a few examples of what our students accomplished. A big shout out to our Assistant Director, Dylan Campbell for putting all of these Bandemic Videos together!

Guataca by Donald Doyle Featuring the NHHS Jazz Band

Pomp & Circumstance

Our Opening Banquet skit!


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