Marching Band

The Hebron High School Marching Band is a consistent Bands of America Regional and Super Regional Finalist and Champion. The Hebron High School Marching Band has also earned six straight appearances in the Texas UIL State Marching Contest including Silver Medalist finishes in 2012 and 2014.  In the fall of 2015 at the Bands of America Grand National Championships, the Hebron Marching Band was named the Class 4A Champion, and earned 3rd Place overall in Finals Competition. 

The 300 member Hebron Marching Band is led by typically 4 drum majors, 7 band officers and roughly 30 other student leaders.  This ensemble has been a consistent UIL sweepstakes award winner since the opening of the high school in 1999.  The Hebron Marching Band is also a consistent Bands of America (BOA) Regional and Super Regional finalist, and was awarded the John Philip Sousa Foundation's Sudler Shield Award recognizing “Marching Bands of World Class Excellence” in 2010.

 

HISTORICAL FIRSTS

  • 2015 – Set the BOA all-time high score with a 97.85 in 1st appearance at BOA Grand Nationals (1st in Semifinals, 3rd in Finals)

  • 2014 – Silver Medal at UIL 6A State Marching Contest (4th in Prelims, 2nd in Finals)

  • 2013 – 2nd Place at BOA San Antonio Super Regional

  • 2013 – BOA DFW Regional Champion

  • 2012 – Silver Medal at UIL 5A State Marching Contest (5th in Prelims, 2nd in Finals)

  • 2010 – UIL 5A State Marching Contest (4th in Prelims, 6th in Finals)

  • 2008 – Finalist in the UIL 5A State Marching Contest (7th in Prelims, 10th in Finals)

  • 1999 – Hebron High School opens its doors