Oakleaf High School
Oakleaf School Band
The primary focus of the Oakleaf High School band program is to provide an environment where the genuine love of music, passion of performance, high academic standards and sincere dedication to serve are paramount. We believe through performing, composing, listening and discussing, students will have a well-rounded experience in the musical arts.
Each performing ensemble is designed for students to experience the unique benefits that stem from a quality music program. We believe the most important and fundamental aspect of a music class is to develop strong knowledge in the field; inheriting life skills are equally as important, but are the secondary result of the former disposition.
Our students are always to be seen as positive ambassadors of the band program, Oakleaf High School and the Oakleaf community. Just as importantly as we love to receive support, we are dedicated to serving our school and making a positive impact on our community. In short, it is our mission to leave the world a better place than we found it.
Please contact our Band Directors or visit us on social media for more information.
Directors: Christopher Gugel and Chad Robbins
Band Website: www.OakleafBands.com
Band Office: 904.336.8375 ext. 68365
The Oakleaf Band works year round and has many performing groups including the Golden Regiment Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Indoor Percussion, Winter Guard, multiple Jazz Bands, and Percussion Ensembles.
Oakleaf School Chorus
OHS Chorus is a fun and exciting opportunity for students to learn the art of singing while performing and growing as a family of dedicated musicians.
We strive for excellence in music performance and offer several performing opportunities throughout the year which include:
Stetson University Choral Festival
All-State Chorus auditions
Disney Candlelight Christmas Concert at Epcot
All-County Choir Festival
Solo and Ensemble Festival
Florida Vocal Association Music Performance Assessment
Concerts throughout the year, both at school and in the community
Director: Barron Rice