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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!

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 […]

Happy Labor Day!

WHAT A GREAT START! Marching season officially began on Friday night, and what a great night it was. The students did an exceptional job! Thank you to all the many volunteers that help make last Friday night such a success. We cannot do what we do without the help of […]

Are you ready for some football?!

Don’t forget to purchase your tickets for the game at the school tomorrow or Friday to save some money. Tickets are $10 if purchased from CHS and are $15 at the gate. It’s going to be a fun filled evening! We are so excited about our first game! Go Trojans! […]

Game 1 on Friday!

This Week at a Glance Monday – Full Band 3:45 – 6:15 Tuesday – Full Band 3:45 – 6:15 Wednesday – QAP 3:45 – 5:00 (For students who have missed a rehearsal) Thursday – Full Band 6:00 – 9:00 Friday – Away vs. East Coweta @ UWG Dinner 4:30PM In […]

The Weekly Update

Happy Sunday! I hope that everyone had a wonderful weekend. We look forward to continuing our progress in preparation for our first game this week. The weather is threatening rain. If it rains, we will still have practice. If it is light enough for us to go outside, we need […]