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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!

2nd Semester Starts Tomorrow

Week at a Glance Monday: Start of Semester 2 Symphonic Band • 3:45pm – 6:00pm Tuesday: Wind Ensemble • 3:45pm – 6:00pm Silver Winter Guard • 6:00pm – 9:00pm Wednesday: Concert Band • 3:45 – 6:00pm Thursday: All Winter Guard • 6:00pm – 900pm Volunteer Opportunities – Please Help We have three major […]

Happy MLK Day!

Week at a Glance Monday: Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! No School Tuesday: Wind: Ensemble 3:45pm – 6:00pm Silver Winter Guard • 6:00pm – 9:00pm Wednesday: Concert Band 3:45 – 6:00pm Thursday: Final Exams 2nd and 4th Block All Winter Guard • 6:00pm – 9:00pm Friday: Final Exams 1st and 3rd […]

District Honor Band Video Due

Videos were due on Friday, but I announced to the students that they could use this weekend to upload. Please get them uploaded tonight. Here is the link if you cannot find it. Click this link to SUBMIT YOUR VIDEOS Information about how to submit was posted the last couple […]

Happy New Year!

School starts back tomorrow We hope that all of our families in our community has enjoyed their break, gotten much needed rest, and spent quality time with family. Tomorrow we start back and we are excited about welcoming everyone back to campus! This marks the beginning of the final semester […]

What a Wonderful Season!

Our football season ended on Friday night as our team courageously faced Valdosta in a hard fought match against a highly skilled opponent. It was a privilege to continue playing and performing an extended season. A season that looked much different, it was a blessing to have those extra home […]