The Sinton Band Program strives to maintain the goal of excellence and to promote music as an art through strong commitment, dedication, and attempting to achieve their best at all times. The Pirate Band’s aim is to teach students to enjoy making music and to appreciate music as well as to showcase their musical talents. Band members are expected to act in accordance to the Pirate Band’s guiding principles.
- Working together as a Team.
- Promoting school spirit and developing high morale.
- Showing good sportsmanship and teaching self-discipline.
- Striving for excellence and quality in everything we do.
- Being consistent with Sinton I.S.D. educational standards and goals.
Learning music and playing in the band is a meaningful and gratifying experience for all people of all ages. Music study demands discipline, creativity, cooperation, and perseverance. Many researchers now believe that music trains the brain for higher forms of thinking. Developing these skills early in life helps children succeed in school, in society, and in life. They learn to practice, to communicate, and to work together. And they learn a stimulating, rewarding activity that will enhance the rest of their lives.
Practicing music reinforces teamwork, communication skills, self-discipline, and the creativity qualities kids need to be successful in their other school work and in life. Playing in the band is a great way to make friends.
Sinton Pirate Band
The Sinton Pirate Band is known for their excellence and is considered one of the finest public school bands in South Texas. The Pirate Band has a winning tradition of Sweepstakes in (UIL)
University Interscholastic League competitions in Marching, Concert, Sight-reading, Region Band, All State Band, and Solo Ensemble contest.
The Sinton Band offers the following programs:
- 6th grade I beginning band
- 7th & 8th Grade band
- 9th – 12th High School Band Programs
- Marching Band
- Concert Band
- Stage Band
- Mariachi Band
- Applied Music (College dual-credit)
- Color -Guard & Winter Guard
- Music Honor Society
- Music Scholarships
For more information contact:
Director of Bands
361-364-6652 ext. 6683