MHS Marching Band Kicks Off “Pennies for Pasadena” Fundraiser

The Mason High School Marching Band has kicked off its “Pennies for Pasadena” fundraising campaign with collection jars stationed throughout the area. The band asks for the community’s support as members prepare to travel to Pasadena for the 2016 Rose Parade®.

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MHS Marching Band Kicks Off “Pennies for Pasadena” Fundraiser

Mason and Lakota West Play Tribute Concert at Music Hall

The collaborative concert, featuring Mason and Lakota West high schools, served as a celebratory sendoff for retiring Lakota West Band Director Gregory Snyder.

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Mason and Lakota West Play Tribute Concert at Music Hall

Mason Marching Band Finishes 5th at Grand Nationals!

The William Mason Marching Band concluded the 2014 season with their highest placement ever at the 2014 BOA Grand Nationals by finishing in 5th place out of 94 bands from across the country.  In addition, the Band was invited to perform in the 2016 Tournament of Roses Parade.

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MHS Marching Band Finishes 5th at Grand Nationals!

MHS Marching Band Finishes Second at 2014 BOA Atlanta Super Regional

For the first time in program history, the Wm. Mason High School Marching Band was named Class Champion and placed second overall at a Super Regional competition - Mason’s highest placement ever at this event! The band also won Best Music and Best General Effect in their class at the event, which had 40 bands representing 11 states.

Mason Marching Band Finishes Second in Atlanta

Mason Marching Band Wins 2014 BOA Dayton Regional

The William Mason Marching Band finished as 2014 Regional Champion and swept all captions at the BOA Regional held at Dayton's Welcome Stadium on September 27, 2014.  The Marching Band also was named Class AAAA Champion and swept all captions in the preliminary competition.  It was a very successful day for the award-winning band!

Mason Wins 2014 BOA Regional
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A Sudler Shield and Flag Of Honor Program

Sudler Flag of Honor

Our Philosophy of Education

Music is a fundamental piece of the human experience. This makes music education a necessary endeavor to ensure that the whole child is being educated. To this end, it is the philosophy of the Mason Instrumental Music Department to educate, to the fullest extent, every child enrolled in band and orchestra. This includes skill development, cognitive understanding, and aesthetic appreciation for many forms of music from many cultures.

The primary objective of the Mason Instrumental Music Department is to develop the performance, rehearsal, and personal practice skills of each student. Students are expected to have a good work ethic, show consistent progress, and develop goal setting while achieving skills and having fun with their instruments.

Tag Day is the largest fundraiser of the year for the William Mason High School Marching Band and Guard. Students will be going door to door on Saturday, August 1 to ask for donations that support our music program.

If you would like to make a donation in advance or missed the band members, please click the logo above to make a secure donation with Visa, MasterCard, or American Express. Or, you can send a check made payable to “Mason City Schools” to P.O. Box 310, Mason, OH 45040. Please write “Tag Day” in the memo line.


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