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MHS Marching Band Competition
Melrose High School is hosting a Marching Band and Color Guard Competition at the MHS football field on Saturday, September 29, from 5:00 to 10:00 pm.
Fifteen marching band and color guard teams from across New England will be coming to Melrose to perform. The competition is overseen by the New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA) and more information is available at their website: www.NESBA.org.
At the end of the competition there will be performances by the marching bands from UMass Lowell and Holy Cross; both college bands bring MHS alumni with them.
Concessions and baked goods will be available for sale during the show. Come cheer on our hometown marching band and color guard team and enjoy an exciting and entertaining evening.
More About Melrose High School
Melrose High School, built in 1975, has undergone technology upgrades in the past few years and eliminated the "open space" classrooms, thanks to the new middle school built next door. The school is led by Principal Daniel Richards, who took the helm starting in 2011.
In addition to college preparatory classes, Melrose High School offers 54 honors-level courses and Advanced Placement courses ranging from English and various foreign languages to U.S. History and Calculus. Students are required to perform 12 hours of community service each year in high school in order to graduate.
Outside the classroom, over 40 clubs and organizations are available to Melrose High School students, and 16 sports are offered at the varsity and sub-varsity level.
Other events here
- Melrose Wrestling Club Weekly on Mondays, 6:00 pm–7:55 pm