DM Heights band earns ‘Superior’ rank

The Del Mar Heights school band celebrated top honors at the SeaWorld School Band Competition on April 25. After a year of hard work and practice with music teacher Michelle Beeson, band students played their way to ‘Superior’ ranking, earning more points than even some junior high and high school bands from around the country.

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