Vista High School’s Regimental Band and Pageantry Corps already has an accomplished past and continues to work toward success. The band won the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association 5A Division Championships in 2015 and plans to redeem the title for the upcoming year. They are in the second round of qualifications to perform in the 2017 Inaugural Parade for the next president of the United States, and the concert band has also been invited to perform at the Kennedy Center this winter.
Vista High School’s music program not only has a history of producing quality music for over 30 years, but teaches students valuable life lessons along the way. Band parent Tonjia Grimble said, “The leadership skills the students develop during their time with the band strengthen their communication style, teach flexibility, employ empathy, and encourage a sense of conviction to complete challenging work tasks. These are useful life skills that can be applied as students advance into college or the workplace environment.” Discover more at www.vistaband.org.