Spirit of '76 Boosters
Supporting Active Marching Band, Color Guard, Symphonic Wind, Orchestra, Drumline, and Ensemble Programs at Patrick Henry HS
Marching Color Guard
SW Winter Concert
SW Spring Concert
Orchestra Winter Concert
Orchestra Spring Concert
Honor Group Schedule
Winter Drumline Schedule
Solo / Ensemble Schedule
The Fun Stuff
Music Mentors Club
Parents / Family
Gene St. Onge Scholarship
Shop With Us
Section Captain (Guard, Brass, WW, Perc.)
Rules for Instrumental Music Student Leaders to Live by
As an Instrumental Music Student Leader:
No longer am I simply myself. Everything I do reflects on the Instrumental Music Program I represent.
I do NOT cheat, lie or steal. People must be able to count on me and my word as being solid and trustworthy.
I set THE positive example for others to follow.
I am tolerant of those who may not share the same level of commitment I have and those who have even more.
I hold great expectations and will focus only on my accomplishments and not my disappointments.
I realize I represent Patrick Henry High School and the Instrumental Music Program both in and out of school. I will hold myself to a higher standard than before.
I will remember that part of my responsibilities include helping train and encourage other student leaders.
I will strive to be a positive voice for Patrick Henry High School, the Instrumental Music Program and the students I represent.
I will endeavor to be worthy of the responsibilities I have been given and to promote the goals and objectives of the Instrumental Music Program.
Interested in Becoming a Student Leader?
How would you…
Promote positive band and color guard spirit, morale, support of each other, and comradery when ever and where ever possible?
Assist in monitoring and enforcing the rules and regulations of the PHHS Band & Color Guard during practices and performances?
Set a good example of and for the entire band & color guard?
Assist the directors and instructors in teaching marching fundamentals and concepts?
Deal with a small discipline issue?
Run a field rehearsal?
Teach incoming 9th graders?
Earn the respect of your peers?
Deal with student bullying, isolating other students or any other incident in which any student does not feel safe or comfortable in the learning environment?
What do you feel are your strengths and weaknesses?
Why do you feel you would be a good student leader?
Music Mentors Club
helps students at
Lewis and Pershing
excel in music and marching
as they prepare for
their transition to PHHS
Patrick Henry students
traveled to the State Assembly Committee on Education
April 1, 2009