HSE High School Football Passes and Punch Passes Work for the Game

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Students may attend the Mudsock Game as long as they remain within their school section. HSE High School All Sports Passes, Football Season Passes, and Punch Passes work well at this event; faculty/staff IDs will also be accepted.

Fishers is coming off an emphatic win against Pike and will face an extremely challenging opponent in Hamilton Southeastern. Miami University-committed senior running back Khobie Martin will play an instrumental role for Fishers Tigers.

Marching Band

More than 100 years old, millions of visitors flock to New York City each Thanksgiving Day for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Fishers High School’s Marching Tiger Band will join thousands of others from schools all around to perform in this iconic event for the very first time! According to its directors, it marks a first in school history where students will get the opportunity to perform in such an iconic procession.

Fishers High School’s Band program offers its students a diverse selection of musical classes. Students may opt to focus on vocal or instrumental performance or participate in one of many ensembles like orchestra, jazz band, or chamber groups that compete at regional or state competitions. Students also have access to private lessons with professional musicians.

Alongside their marching tiger band, this program also boasts an outstanding color guard who competes successfully in winter guard competitions, receiving superior ratings at both district and state events.

Even on a tight budget, the school was still able to provide its students with a high-quality musical education. Staff are dedicated to improving band programs and encouraging a culture of excellence at school – they believe this commitment will enable students to reach success both academically and personally.

Preparing for its parade appearance, the band will perform at various local events in order to fine-tune its routines and receive feedback from judges before beginning its season proper. Public relations manager Brian Brosmer notes that this event will serve as a unique launchpad to marching band season.

The Tiger Band comprises over 200 student musicians and rehearses in the summer to prepare for competition season, before competing at invitational, regional, and state marching band competitions throughout fall. Furthermore, in November they will perform at Macy’s parade broadcast on NBC; it is estimated to attract three million spectators!

Concert Band

Fishers High School Band Program serves over one-third of the student body, providing a comprehensive curriculum including classroom concert bands, jazz bands, jazz ensembles, percussion ensembles, color guard, choirs, and group piano classes. Studies show performing arts education can support academic achievement as well as develop communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skills – research suggests music engagement engages 90% of brain activity! Hamilton Southeastern district is proud to support such an important program that provides unique learning experiences in music, art, and theatre for its students.

At our school, the five concert bands receive Gold and With Distinction ratings at the ISSMA Organization Contest; Wind Ensemble is consistently an Indiana State Finalist. Additionally, students participating in concert bands are afforded opportunities to audition for All-State ensembles, ISO Side-by-Side Program ensembles, and IMEA Honor Bands.

On top of its concert bands, extracurricular ensembles at this school include the Marching Tiger Band, Pep Band, Jazz Lab Band, and Pit Orchestra; winter programs for Percussion and Guard; private lessons with local professionals in Indianapolis as well as pit orchestra.

As part of our visit, we observed the students as they practiced for their upcoming field show – an innovative performance blending traditional concert music with contemporary selections – including Frank Ticheli’s Symphony No. 2, Nina Simone’s Little Girl Blue, and Steven Bryant’s Radiant Joy. Our students donned bedazzled body suits while performing such selections as Symphony No. 2, Little Girl Blue, and Radiant Joy by Frank Ticheli among many more.

Fishers High School band program also boasts an active competition schedule for its percussionists, who regularly compete at Indiana Percussion Association events and were even invited to perform during Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl halftime show! For students involved, participation in music and the arts doesn’t just teach craft; rather it teaches leadership, teamwork, friendship, and long-term development of leadership qualities – making Fishers High School band program an invaluable part of student lives while making significant contributions to its community.

Varsity Football

Fishers High School’s varsity football team has started off well this year, winning two out of its three initial games – including a convincing win over Avon. Bennett Gorak, their star quarterback, has been extremely effective as 23-for-27 passing with 289 yards and three touchdowns scored so far this year. Fishers’ offensive line has also provided valuable assistance.

District officials have advised families of athletes involved with the COVID-19 pandemic to monitor them closely for symptoms and keep them home if any are present. According to the school, practice sessions were being held under guidelines established by the Indiana High School Athletic Association during pandemic conditions in small training groups; it remains unknown how many members of their football team were among these small training groups exposed to the virus.

On Friday night, the team will face off against North Central Panthers. Their website includes a live scoreboard while fans can stream the action using the ScoreStream app for free. In addition to sharing scores and commentary with fellow fans across the country, users also benefit from sharing scores on ScoreStream itself!