• Welcome to our Website!!!

    Chehuntamo (pronounced chee-hun-tah-moh) means “hello” in the Miccosukee language. Chehuntamo Everyone, Welcome to the Seminole High School Band website. Whether you are new to our program, a current member, part of the alumni, a parent or guardian, or just a band fan, we want you to feel like family. We hope this website becomes a place you will come back to again and again to find the latest news, upcoming events, and of course, our fabulous Seminole performances and pictures! Click under the Calendar Section to see the most revised Band Calendar for the school year. Registration Form and Band Fees are Due!!! Students please go under the registration tab…

  • Thank you for sending us to Rome

    Ciao, It’s finally here! The Seminole Band is heading to the City Eternal – Rome. We’ve been practicing, packing, and stressing about this amazing opportunity for more than a year now. I just want to thank everyone for supporting us in this trip of lifetime. To the parents and students that are traveling, I hope this trip will be filled with great memories and experiences! To the families that have been supporting us along the way – Thank you. Thank you for giving our students this opportunity and believing in the band directors in taking such a bold trip and dreaming big. Thank you on behalf of all us for…

  • FBA S&E Sign-Up

    Students that are participating in Solo and Ensemble on February 9 & 10, 2024. Will need to sign-up using the google form below. Please click the link to sign-up. Google Form S&E Sign-Up

  • Rome Questionnaire

    Seminole Romans, will you please click on the link to fill out a Rome Questionnaire. I need all travelers to do this, students and chaperones, please and thank you. please click here for the google form

  • Welcome Mr. Hargett!

    We would like to give a warm welcome to Mr. Kenny Hargett, who is our new Assistant Band Director at Seminole High School! Mr. Hargett was most recently the Band Director at Midway Elementary School of the Arts where he taught 4th and 5th grade beginning band & beginning band 2. He also had an after school Drumline group at Midway known as the “Drums of Thunder” who were featured in some of the local parades in Sanford. Mr. Hargett is no stranger to our program; he has worked with The Pride of the Tribe as our saxophone clinician for several years. In his free time, Mr. Hargett is a…