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Loveland High School Band Boosters

Please donate to the Loveland High School Band program! 15.4% of the Student body of Loveland High School participate in the band. 34.4% of the students in the student body utilize free or reduced lunches. The band program strives to instill lifelong values in the students that participate. They are learning to strive for excellence in everything that they do. The value of hard work as a team member, dedication, persistence, and determination are just a few of the values that are instilled in members during each practice session and competition. Your financial assistance will support the growth and development of students in Northern Colorado as they learn to become leaders for today and for years to come. In the 2016-2017 school year the Loveland High School Booster board coordinated the efforts of over 274 volunteers for a total of 7,427 hours of volunteer work in fundraising and operations. These efforts do not include the number of hours contributed by the Booster Board itself.

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Loveland High School Band Boosters​​​​​​​
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920 W. 29th Street
Loveland, CO 80538
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920 W. 29th Street
Loveland, CO 80538
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P.O. Box 1242
Loveland, CO 80539
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Mission Statement

The bands mission is, "Pride in Tradition, Excellence through Dedication." The mission of the Loveland High School Band Boosters is to support the bands in their pursuit of music excellence.

Organization History

The Loveland High School Band is a world-class high school music program with approximately 200 of the 1500 students of the student body of Loveland High School as active members  and consists of:
*Concert Bands, including Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band and Concert Band
*Crimson Regiment Marching Band and Color Guard
*Winter Guard
*Jazz Ensembles (I and II)
*Percussion Ensemble
*Numerous Chamber Groups

The Marching Band has been a Colorado Bandmasters Association State Champion 4 times in and a finalist 11 times since 2002. They have been 4A Regional Champions 11 years running. They most recently traveled to Disney World to perform in their parade and will be competing at Bands of America Regional in Utah in 2017.

Loveland Bands have been awarded the Colorado Bandmaster's Association Exemplary Program Award for Award-Winning Program the past 3 years. At the Colorado Bandmaster's Association State Concert Band Festival the LHS was awarded a
Superior with Distinction Award in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, and a Superior rating in 2010, 2013, 2015.

The entire City of Loveland can be proud of the way the LHS Bands compete with distinction in all that they do. They represent their community with dignity and honor.


Here is what some of our 2017 students have to say about being in the Crimson Regiment Marching Band: (anonymous)

1) Before band I was nothing, good at nothing and just a nobody.  Band gave me a chance to express myself and grow as a person, leader, and musician.  I have done it for 4 years and I plan to make music education my life.  I owe my everything to music.

2)  Before band I felt like no one.  I had no one.  All of my friends left me in middle school.  Joining band made me more extroverted and proud of who I am, more motivated to learn.  Everything I know now I have learned in the past year.  I didn't even know what trilling was.  Band is my life, my family.  Music is one of my main passions.  I have become more open minded and caring.  I thank everyone in band for giving me this opportunity to try my best and be the best.  Thank you truly.

3) Band is a very dedicated sport and everyone matters.  I joined and if I didn't I'd be a completely different person.  Band changes you and has helped me grow to be someone I am proud of  today.

4)  There's way too much for this piece of paper.  Here goes nothing:  I learned that I can commit to an activity and the people I do it with.  I learned that I can talk to people, find common ground, and make friends.   I learned that I love music.  I gained a second family.  I'm gaining the ability to lead.  I can actually budget time, and time to myself is more than time wasted; it's recharging for another adventure. 

5)  Band to me means being more social, developing myself as a leader and as a good individual, and being in the prime of my life even through the long, hard, tedious days.

6)  Being in band is difficult.  You have to learn 4 things at the same time, marching, music, body, technique and awareness I guess.  Also some of the best bands don't have the best instruments, as a low reed I probably have a 50 year old instrument that has never been repaired but overall bands awesome.

7)  Being in the band means a lot to me because of the memories I make and the people I meet.  These will last a lifetime for me.

8)  I came from a small middle school to LHS and I was very afraid because I knew almost no one going into high school.  Band helped me with that.  I made friends quickly and really felt like I belonged.  By the time school started, I was already set with knowing so many great people.  I don't even want to think of how terrible and scary high school would be without band.

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