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Some really great photos from the event have been posted. Check them out at the link below. Click here to view the photos and view full scores from the event. Post expires at 1:21pm on Friday December 20th, 2019
The 9th annual Cleveland Critique and Competition is in the books! It was a great event as always. Thanks to all the bands who participated. Special thanks to all the sponsors, volunteers, students and staff who make this event absolutely amazing every year It would not happen without you. We will be posting pictures from[…]
The 6th Annual Cleveland Arts Performance Ensemble Holiday Bazaar is approaching! The event will be held on Saturday, December 7th from 9:30 to 3:00PM at Cleveland HS. If you are a vendor, REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! First come, First serve. All the details are on the registration pages. NEW THIS YEAR: Vendors can select[…]
Have you been taking a lot of photos this season? Did you get something good on video? Have pictures from past years shows? Would you like to share? Whether it’s in competition, rehearsal or just a funny candid if you’re willing to share – read on. We would like to establish an archive that keeps as[…]
Sponsorship There are now two ways that friends of the band and our community partners can help sponsor the Cleveland Arts Performance Ensemble programs. We have both Student and Corporate sponsorship programs available. You can read about both on the boosters page. Or follow the links below: Corporate Sponsorship Information and Contributions Student Sponsorship Contributions[…]
Parents, relatives or friends of the band – sponsorship opportunities are now available. You can be a sponsor of the band as a whole, a student needing assistance, or a specific student (not your own). Multiple levels of sponsorship are available and it’s all done online to make it as simple as it can be. […]
Ever want to be able to find out everything that’s going on with the band in ONE PLACE? Well…. YOU CAN! The new events calendar has been loaded with all the events we know about through October. You can access it by going to https://clevelandhigh.band and clicking the big green “Upcoming Events” button.[…]
We wanted to share some tips that will make the outdoor practices easier, more effective and more fun. Steps Remember what to bring for rehearsal- i.e. lunch, water, instrument, etc. Make a checklist so you don’t end up in a predicament. Be on time. Remember that early is ‘on time’ – on time is late. Warm[…]
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About the band
Proudly Supporting High School Musical Arts Since 2010
Since 2010 the Cleveland High School (CvHS) Band program has provided an excellent music program and learning opportunity for its students. As a part of the CvHS Fine Arts program it continues the commitment to high school Fine Arts and Music Programs known throughout the county. The band also continues the traditions established at Cleveland High School (1926-1969); which our school was named after. CvHS band students come from the following Middle Schools: Clayton, Cleveland and McGees.
Classes began in the Fall of 2010 with the opening of the new Cleveland High School. However, even before there were classrooms CvHS principal Ms. Anne Meredith brought a sense of reality to the program in September 2009 when she shared her vision of the program with the students that would become the first band class and their parents. That first class consisted of students in the ninth and tenth grade.
The band has two academic courses (Marching Band and Concert Band) and offers extra-curricular courses (Winterguard, Winter Winds and Indoor Percussion). The students perform, exhibit, and compete at various events at the local, state and regional level.
We are proud to have Mr. Jason Heard as the Band Director at CvHS.
Great bands start with Great Instructors
Throughout his career he has helped to lead and guide band students to give their best while having fun. The band programs where he served have received numerous awards.