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Welcome Parents and Students
Brighton Area Schools is home to one of the finest band programs in the State of Michigan. Under the direction and leadership of Ms. Gabrielle Hoffman, the Brighton High School’s 200+ Marching Band Members, dazzle the football fans with their half-time shows. In addition to their duties at their own schools, the band directors from Scranton Middle School, Mrs. Jennifer Evans, and Maltby Intermediate School, Mr. Michael Osborn, devote much of their time and energy to the marching band program in order to help accomplish these amazing performances. The Marching Band’s music will drift across the field and resound in the city of Brighton, the Color Guard with their grace and dazzling displays of color, will definitely catch your eye, the twirlers will amaze you with their feats and the Drumline will have you feeling the beat.
During concert season, Brighton High School has four different bands: Concert Band, Symphony Band, Wind Symphony Band and the Wind Ensemble Band. Our concert bands perform a Holiday concert, a pre-festival concert, and a spring concert. As always the school year ends with the Memorial Day Parade, where the Marching Band’s music, helps us to pause and remember the heroes who fought and continue to fight for our liberties.
Of course, it would be impossible to field such a talented group of students at the high school without the years of work and dedication to music at Maltby Intermediate and Scranton Middle Schools. Mrs. Evans and Mr. Osborn each work tirelessly to develop young learners into accomplished musicians. The Brighton Band Boosters support the efforts by these talented Band Directors and Students across all three schools and are very proud of their achievements. On this website, you can find important information for the BHS bands, and there are links to both the Maltby and Scranton pages under the Home tab. Please come and show your support for these very talented students. Go Dogs!