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CHS Trojan Band

The Carrollton High School Trojan Band, one of the oldest band programs in the state, was founded in 1948 by Mr. John Dilliard. Under the leadership of only a handful of directors since, the band's success has been legendary and continues to thrive. In 2013, the band completed its marching season by earning all Superior ratings at local contests for the 41st consecutive year, a feat matched by no other high school band program in Georgia. While the band has had the honor to perform at many state, national and even international events over its history, its favorite venue is still Grisham Stadium, performing for the home crowd on a Friday night!

Homecoming and Competition Week! Go Trojans!

Last week was a full but fun week! Our students performed their show last Tuesday night for a packed crowd at the County Exhibition and were met with a standing ovation!  We received so many compliments on their performance.  It was definitely their most energetic performance to date and we […]

CHS vs. Rome – Let’s bring the NOISE!

We are still cheering from the excitement from Friday night’s game.  Students, what a tremendous job during half-time and selfless act of kindness to give up your seats for our fans after half-time.  You guys looked and sounded amazing from the track!  We really enjoyed watching you perform as our […]

Hornline Member of the Year!

CHS Band Student Recognized as 2019 Hornline Member of the Year with Atlanta CorpsVets! We are super proud of our trombone section leader, Thomas Svegl, for this outstanding achievement! His principal instrument is trombone, but he learned baritone so that he could march with a drum corps.   This summer he […]