High school staff and administrators are in the final stages of creating a Jazz Band at LHS. We would like to offer this class to current LHS Band and orchestra members as an extension of their music studies on campus.
Exceptions to the current enrollment request are: drum set, guitar, electric bass, and piano. The class will be offered (pending enrollment) during Zero Period every morning. The class is being set up to meet from 7:00-7:45 a.m. in Room 1. Students will have a 15 minute passing time before their 1st period class starts. This class will be open to 9th-12th grade students for the 2015-2016 school year.
The instrumentation for the class may include:
Saxophones- (altos, tenors, baritone) clarinets, flutes
Trombones, baritones, bass trombone
Piano, Guitar (electric) Bass (acoustic/ and or electric)
Drums (kit) Auxiliary Percussion (vibes/ Latin percussion)
If you play one of these instruments at an intermediate level, please consider joining the LHS Jazz Band. We will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. in Room 3 at LHS. Parents and interested students are invited to attend.
Instructors: Art Gagnier, Matt Finders
It has been officially announced from State Superintendent, Tom Torlakson, that Livermore High School is among 180 high schools in California that have been awarded the distinction as a Gold Ribbon School! This award focused on our Green Engineering Academy that has quickly gained recognition across the state. To read the news release, click HERE.
- Camp will be September 21st- September 25th
- You must be a Junior or a Senior to chaperone
- Looking for students that are interested in earning 100 hours of community service in one week. (great for college applications)
- Students who are good role models.
- Students who are possibly interested in working with children in the future.
We need at least four boys and four girls to volunteer. Students can pick up applications at Marylin Avenue Elementary School. Please let the office know that you are there to volunteer for the camp. A fifth grade teacher will meet with the volunteers to get them an application and answer any questions. You can also contact Anna Macintire at Marylin Avenue Elementary School with questions or concerns.