Monday ... Regular Schedule, Ensembles 1:45-3:30
Tuesday ... Regular Schedule, PE 7th period 2:45-5:00
Wednesday ... Block Schedule, Ensembles 7th, 2:45-4:45
Thursday ... Block Schedule, 1, 2, 3, PE 7th, 2:45-5:00
Friday ... Regular Schedule, No 7th period
March 10 ... Eastlake Festival
March 11 ... Drumlines at Rancho Buena Vista
April 1 ... Drumlines at Mission Hills
April 13 ... OHS Band Festival 4pm-9pm
April 14 ... OHS Band Festival 1pm-9pm
April 22 ... Festival/Knott's Berry Farm
Percussion ... Grocery Reusable Bags ($2.50 each)
President... Vinnie Widjaja
Vice President... Lauren Hernandez
Secretary... Princess Lao
Treasurer... Kiara Mendaros
Head Manager ... Katherine Bucao
Director of Student Life ... Zared Mance
(assistants Andre Yee & Zade Younis)
Section Leader Representative ... Erik Garcia
Color Guard Representative ... Jeanell Dualan
Facilities Managers ... Daniel Manibusan & Layla Ruiz
Equipment Managers ... Sam Villicana & Angeli Samia
Librarian ... CJ Almoite
Adverrtising Manager ... Dariahn Hernandez
Make sure you have everything ready! Read all about it here!
This Year's March is ... The Gallant Seventh
This Year's Field Show is ... Ecstasy of Gold
This year's winner will be announced at our award ceremony.
Class grades will be posted on JupiterGrades for the start of this year.
Click Here to go to the website
*parentheses denotes assistants
Flutes ... Kiara Mendaros (Princess Lao)
Clarinets ... Jeffrey Calimbahin (Katherine Bucao)
Saxes ... Josh Nicolas (Zared Mance)
Horns ... Lauren Hernandez
Trumpets ... Angel Cortez (CJ Almoite)
Trombones ... William Gaor
Baritones ... Erik Garcia
Tubas ... Iliann Montiel
Percussion ... Sam Villicana (Antonio Robledo & Vinnie Widjaja)
Drum Major Field ... Mayleen Padron
Drum Major Parade ... Angel Cortez
Get important date information and a link to the calendar for our full year of events.
Keep your personal calendar up to date by checking back often.
Make sure you can fit band into your schedule! Taking classes at Southwestern College gives students an opportunity to take courses that are not offered at Olympian and also allows them to open up their schedule so that they can take classes classes that they want in school such as band. Although it does cost money, it gives students an amazing opportunity to understand the process many colleges use for applications, transcripts, and adding/dropping classes. Not only does it look great on college applications but students also have an official college transcript and many of the class credits transfer straight to any UC or State University! Not even AP classes guarantee that. Links to classes offered and registration are below.
Click [HERE] to learn about students who have taken classes at SWCC and for more information on how to apply.
Congratulations to our Director as being named 2010 San Diego County Teacher of the Year! He has represented over 26,000 S.D. county teachers at events throughout the county and the state of California, while advocating for arts education for all.
The music director of OHS is Eric Mabrey. He has an extensive background in instrumental music as a professional musician, music director, and adjudicator.
Professional work: He has played for over 30 years as a professional French Horn player, ranging from musical theater, to symphony orchestra, including work as a recording studio musician. He continues to perform as requested by local performing groups.
He was a percussion major at SDSU, and continues to play percussion as needed around San Diego. As a hobby, Mr. Mabrey plays snare drum in a Scottish Bagpipe Band, performing locally and competing at Highland Games throughout California, and also plays French Horn in the San Diego Horn Society group "Hornswoggle".
Mr. Mabrey is also a professional pianist, specializing in musical theater, jazz, gospel, and pop styles. He plays throughout San Diego county as a freelance musician.
As a band director, Mr. Mabrey began as an assistant director at the award winning Castle Park High School Band program in the 1980s. In 1988, Mr Mabrey was hired as the new band director at the Chula Vista High School “School for Creative and Performing Arts”. For 11 years he developed a top award winning band program that grew in size up to 145 band members and 60 attached unit members. From his success he gained respect from fellow directors and was invited to become an adjudicator for the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association. For over 15 years he has been adjudicating parades and festivals throughout southern California.
Mr. Mabrey has currently built up the OHS band program to be 120+ musicians, and 20+ guard members.