We are the
Temecula Valley High School Golden Valley Regiment,
an award-winning marching band and color guard from Southern California.
Over the last five years, TVHS has competed in the 2A Division of the SCSBOA.
We proudly represent the Temecula Valley High School Golden Bears.
Our accomplishments include…
- 2008 – Finalist
- 2009 – Finalist
- 2010 – Finalist
- 2014 – Finalist
- 2015 – Finalist
- 2010 – Finalist
- 2012 – 2nd place
- 2012 – High Music Effect Award in Marble Division
- 2013 – Finalist
Last Football Game October 28, 2016 and Next Competition October 29, 2016 at Mt. Carmel!
It's a busy week. We will be hosting the bands from Temecula Middle School and Margarita Middle School at our last football game as well as recognizing our senior students before the game and performing at halftime. To top it all off, we will need to quickly load the truck after the halftime show in preparation for our next competition on Saturday at Mt. Carmel High School.
Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands
Saturday, October 29, 2016 : 6:00 AM Call Time
Parent volunteers needed, especially in pit and percussion. Contact email@example.com
Marching Season Fundraising Goal
We need to raise $11,000 each month over the course of marching band season… How are we doing on our goal?
- August Budget: $11,000 55%
- September Budget: $16,000 (need to make up for last month’s shortfall) 30%
- October Budget: $22,000 (includes shortfalls from previous two months) 30%
- November Budget: $11,000 0%
Here’s How You Can Help Keep the Music Alive
Find out how to contribute financially to the band. We have an ongoing need and a large monthly budget. Without the financial help of our band families, our programs would not be possible.
We could use your help volunteering, too. From uniform fittings and football games to bus chaperones, concessions help, pit crews, awards night, recycling, and much, much, more, our help wanted list is long and varied.
Fundraising is an amazing way to support the band financially, and it doesn’t necessarily mean opening up your own wallet. We have a variety of fundraisers that can make a big difference — but participation is essential.
Who can you approach in your network about sponsoring the band? Maybe it’s an employer or perhaps a local business. The business community wants to support local students, but WE have to seek THEM.
Director of Instrumental Music
Amy Thomas graduated from TVHS in 2001 and earned her BA in Music Education at Azusa Pacific University in 2005 as well as her teaching Credential in 2007.
While at Azusa Pacific University, Amy participated in top instrumental and vocal ensembles that traveled to both the east and west coasts, Mexico, New Zealand and Australia including a performance in the Sydney Opera House under the baton of Eric Whitacre. Amy has also been very involved in theater in Temecula in the last 10 years.
I look forward to serving the students, parents, campus and community of Temecula through music education. I am thrilled to give back to the community that helped me find and pursue my passion.
My goal is to provide support and opportunities that allow the students of TVHS to find and pursue their passions as well.
~ Amy Thomas