Performing Ensembles

Marching Band

The Pride of Aubrey Marching Band is made up of all students 9th-12th grade in the high school band program. The band performs at all AHS pep rallies, varsity football games, marching contests, and community events. Due to the Texas No Pass, No Play Law, students must earn passing grades for all classes at the end of the six weeks grading period. Students not meeting the grading requirements will not be eligible to participate in before and after school events. Much of the fall semester the marching band will rehearse to prepare the halftime/contest show. The rehearsal requirements are quite rigorous. There are many events, which occur throughout the late spring, summer, and fall which pertain to the marching band. Please view the calendar and refer back to the website to stay updated with the marching band calendar.

Symphonic Band

Symphonic Band is scheduled 1st period and meets daily 8:00-8:48. The band performs advanced level concert band literature and is expected to perform at the highest caliber. As a result, participation in the Symphonic Band is quite rigorous and requires significant practice. Students are required to attend sectionals and one-on-one sessions outside of school throughout the year. Due to the Texas No Pass, No Play Law, students must earn passing grades for all classes at the end of the six weeks grading period. Students not meeting the grading requirements will not be eligible to participate in the all-region selection process and UIL solo & ensemble contest. Members are required to learn and pass-off the high school all-region etudes and audition for the all-region band. Students are also required to participate in the UIL solo & ensemble competition. Members are strongly encouraged to get involved in our private lesson program. The Symphonic Band performs at several concerts throughout the year including UIL Concert/Sight-Reading Contest and concert band festivals. Auditions for concert bands will be held in May for the following school year.

Concert Band

Concert Band is scheduled 2nd period and meets daily 8:53-9:43. The band performs upper level high school concert band literature and is expected to perform at the highest caliber. Students are required to attend sectionals and one-on-one sessions outside of school throughout the year. Due to the Texas No Pass, No Play Law, students must earn passing grades for all classes at the end of the six weeks grading period. Students not meeting the grading requirements will not be eligible to participate in the all-region selection process and UIL solo & ensemble contest. Members are required to learn and pass-off the 9th grad all-region excerpts and is strongly encouraged to participate in the all-region band audition process. Students are also required to participate in the UIL solo & ensemble competition. Members are encouraged to get involved in our private lesson program. Concert Band performs several concerts throughout the year including UIL Concert/Sight-reading Contest and concert band festivals. Auditions for concert bands will be held in May for the following school year.

Jazz Band
Color Guard

The Color Guard is scheduled 3rd period and meets daily 9:48-10:36. Students are required to attend sectionals and one-on-one sessions outside of school throughout the year. Due to the Texas No Pass, No Play Law, students must earn passing grades for all classes at the end of the six weeks grading period. Students not meeting the grading requirements will not be eligible to participate in any color guard competitions.