Our winter programs are available to students after marching season. Students do not have to be a part of percussion or guard during the fall to participate. This is a great way to try a new instrument or discipline. We compete in the SCPA (Southern Californian Percussion Alliance) and ADLA — American Drum Line Association where we proudly represent the Temecula Valley High School Golden Bears.
2017 – 2018 Winter Programs
We are in the active planning stages right now. Parents, your financial and volunteer support will be greatly needed, making your commitment crucial from day one. This page is the official winter programs page, so please explore it, bookmark it, and visit it frequently for updates. There’s a link in the menu section above as well.
The schedule has been posted in the calendar below. Keep in mind that some of the competitions are going to be either Saturday or Sunday and we won’t know which day we’ve been assigned until later.
Winter Programs: Schedule
What We Do in Winter Programs
Winter Line Competitions
The winter drum line typically competes in ADLA competitions. In 2016, we performed in A Class, moving up to Open Class for semi-finals and championships.
Winter Guard Competitions
In some years, our winter guard performs alongside the drum line. Most years, however, they compete against other color guards directly. In 2016, our winter guard performed in the Winter Guard Association of Southern California (WGASG) / Marching Band Open Series (MBOS).
Our show, She Is, was a visual and musical journey of a young women trying to find herself again. Under Bobbi Cadena’s leadership, our ensemble went to the championships, putting in an amazing performance and earning their best score of the season: 81.93.
As winter gets closer, please check our schedule for details.
Like marching season, our winter programs are successful due to extensive practice. We will be practicing regularly once the season gets underway, typically after school and on Saturdays.
Please check the schedule regularly.
How These Programs are Funded
Our winter programs are funded separately from Marching Season.
• Direct donations and fundraising opportunities will be available for needed funds.
• The cost per student is similar to that of marching season (depends on the number of students participating).
This year, the projected per student cost for Winter Line is $ (TBD); for Winter Guard, it is $ (TBD). We ask that each family contribute financially via direct donations to the program or by participating in fundraising activities.
For your convenience, we’ve listed some financial contribution options below. Make the pledge and help us keep the music alive…
Prelims -- April, 8, 2017
Score – 81.95
Colony High School -- April 2, 2017
11th Place — 76.8
Rancho Cucamonga -- March 19, 2017
8th Place — 74.0
Here’s how Winter Line did in 2016:
- March 12, 2016 – Marina High School, Huntington Beach – 3rd Place out of 9 schools;score 72.90
- March 19, 2016 – Rancho Buena Vista HS – 2nd place (tied) out of 5 schools; score 79.75
- April 9, 2016 – Ramona High School, Riverside – 1st place out of 9 schools; score 85.00
- April 24, 2016 – ADLA Semi Finals – Qualified for Championships; score 83.9
- April 30, 2016 – ADLA Championships – 6th Place
Here’s a quick recap of the Winter Guard season in 2016:
- Feb 27, 2016 – Carlsbad HS Show Carlsbad HS 59.68 – 4th
- Mar 12, 2016 – Mission Hills HS Show Mission Hills HS 62.79 – 5th
- Mar 26, 2016 – Riverside King HS – Riverside Invitational Riverside King HS 80.98 – 1st
- Apr 2, 2016 – San Marcos HS – San Diego Invitational San Marcos HS 72.59 – 6th
- Apr 9, 2016 – Santiago HS Show Santiago HS (Corona, CA) 75.70 – 6th
- Apr 16, 2016 – Westminster HS HSA Westminster HS 81.93 – 7th