Wind Ensemble
Conductor: Travis Coakley
The Wind Ensemble is the most advanced ensemble, open by audition, and is comprised of the most proficient musicians. The Wind Ensemble performs some of the finest wind band literature and focuses on refining musicianship skills. The Wind Ensemble performs Grade 5-6 literature.

The Wind Ensemble performs in 4-5 concerts and events per year including the National Band Association Wind Band Symposium, the ASBDA Pre-Festival, the GCBDA Concert Band Festival, the Music For All Concert Band Regional in Lafayette, and the MBA State Concert Evaluation.

The Wind Ensemble consistently receives straight superior ratings in both concert performance and sight-reading. In 2014 the Wind Ensemble was named a National Wind Band Honors Commended Winner (Class 4A) by the Foundation for Music Education. In 2016 the Wind Ensemble was invited to be the guest performing ensemble at the William Carey University Honor Band Clinic. In 2019 the Wind Ensemble was a guest performing ensemble at the University of Alabama Honor Band Clinic and in 2020 the Wind Ensemble will travel to St. Augustine, Florida to perform at the ASBDA National Conference.
Symphonic Band
Conductor: Chris Morgan
The Symphonic Band is an advanced ensemble, open by audition, and is designed to further the development of fundamentals, technique, and musicianship skills. The Symphonic Band performs Grade 3-4 literature.

The Symphonic Band performs 3-4 concerts per year and attends the ASBDA Pre-Festival, the GCBDA Concert Band Festival, and the MBA State Concert Evaluation.
Concert Band
Conductor: Mandy Quinn
The Concert Band is an intermediate ensemble, open by audition, and is generally comprised of the younger musicians in the band program. This ensemble is designed for the development of basic fundamentals, technique, musicianship skills, and performs Grade 2-3 literature.

The Concert Band performs 2-3 concerts per year and attends the GCBDA Concert Band Festival in March.