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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!

Two weeks until Christmas Break!

Trojans advance to the 3rd Round of Playoffs Although it rained all day on Friday and the temperatures were a little cold, Friday night turned out to be a wonderful evening! Our Trojans were victorious against Sprayberry with a final score of 39-13. We host Valdosta for the quarter-finals on […]

Trojans Advance to 2nd Round

Friday we are HOME again Friday night was a very fun evening as we cheered our Trojans on to a 55-7 victory over the Winder-Barrow Bulldogs. Coach Calhoun and his staff have said repeatedly how our band adds to the energy not only for the fans but for the players […]

Trojans Finish a Successful Competitive Season!

3rd Place Overall at Super Bowl of Sound This season has been full of challenges due to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic. Many marching bands across the nation cancelled their seasons, including many Georgia marching bands choosing not to compete due to the extreme challenges in preparing a show under social […]

Competition Week!

This is our final week of our competitive season and I look forward to our students showcasing their seasons’ efforts this Saturday at the Super Bowl of Sound.  It has been a challenging yet rewarding season thus far.  Let’s continue our best efforts this week as we make our final […]