What does being in Marching Band and Color Guard mean to the students?
For many, band becomes a second family, where there is a support system in place to help students deal with the stresses of high school life. Younger students receive help and wisdom from older members. Older members receive the opportunity to mentor a younger student, offering guidance and support.
- Are there any other requirements students must meet beyond the two full seasons of participation in interscholastic athletics, marching band or cheerleading?
- Are Minnesota State University-Moorhead and Concordia College students able to be in marching band?
- What does being in Marching Band and Color Guard mean to the students?