​Saucon Valley Music Connection

Pit Crew 2017

The 2018 Saucon Valley High School Marching Band will be lead by Drum Major, SVHS Senior, Jenna Hoff.  

Patriotic  Day 2014

HYDRATION: This has been a HUGE issue.  Please drink enough fluids during the day to avoid heat related issues during rehearsals and performances.  This is critical during the warmer days that we have been experiencing.  Drink enough fluids at home, before school and during lunch. If you bring a parent note to the nurse, you may also drink water during the school day. Mr. Payung highly recommends this!

Hellertown Spirit Parade 2015

Marching Band

2nd Place Trophy from US Bands National Competition

 Seniors on Senior Night at Montford Illick Stadium

ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY:  Remember that we are governed by the PIAA.  If you are failing two or more subjects, you are ineligible to participate in rehearsals or performances for the following week (Sunday morning through Saturday night). A preliminary list on eligibility is released Wednesday mornings.  I try my best to reach out to everyone impacted.  Please be on top of your grades!

Sabers 2017

The Awakening 2017

Halloween Spirit

Seniors before their  Last Show 2017

Hanging with the B104 Bee 2014

Performing with Props 2017

Bando Tree at Muhlenberg College 2017

The Saucon Valley High School Marching Band is an extracurricular activity for student musicians as well as Majorettes and Color Guard.  Students launch the marching season with a 2 week intensive band camp in August.  Once the school year begins, practices are held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  They perform at all varsity football games, the Homecoming Pep Rally/Bon Fire, community events and several parades.  The Marching Band competes in several competitions with US Bands.   The Marching season begins in August and concludes at the the end of the football season.  

Performance 2016

Performance Time 2017

Dress Your Section Leader Day 2013

Middle School Band Night 2012

Warm-ups 2017

Attendance Policy Reminder

Attendance is mandatory at ALL practices and performances. The only exceptions that will be made are ones submitted in writing in advance to the Band Director.

Acceptable excuses for missing a rehearsal or performance are as follows:

  • Death in the Family
  • The Wedding of a Family Member
  • Illness
  • Religious Obligations

Unacceptable Excuses are as follows:

  • Professional Sporting Events i.e. attending a Phillies game
  • Concerts
  • Family Vacations/outings – without previous discussion/notification
  • Social Events i.e. Shopping, parties, etc.

If a student wishes to leave an event such as a competition early, a note must be provided in advance in order for that student to be released. 

Drummers 2017