SRHS Marching Sharks in 2019 NYC Saint Patrick’s Day Parade

Sebastian River High School Marching Sharks at 2019 Saint Patrick's Day Parade. (Photo by Kevin McCormick / GroupPhotos.com)
Sebastian River High School Marching Sharks at 2019 Saint Patrick's Day Parade. (Photo by Kevin McCormick / GroupPhotos.com)

SEBASTIAN – The Sebastian River High School Marching Sharks were in the 2019 New York City Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday, March 16, 2019. The parade was broadcasted live on NBC in the New York area. (Photo by www.GroupPhotos.com)

The Marching Sharks are eight-time Grand Champions at the Crown Jewel Marching Band Competition in Vero Beach and six-time Grand Champions at the Pride of Florida Band Competition in Cape Coral.

They have also been named Grand Champions at the Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl Marching Competition in Atlanta, Georgia, the Battle on the Border Marching Competition in Valdosta, Georgia, the First Coast Classic in Jacksonville, the Lion’s Pride Band Competition in Tampa, the Santaluces Marching Chiefs Invitational in Palm Beach, and the U.S. Bands Marching Competition in Leesburg.

Marching Sharks in New York City. (Photo by Kevin McCormick / GroupPhotos.com)
Marching Sharks in New York City. (Photo by Kevin McCormick / GroupPhotos.com)

In 2014, the Marching Sharks performed in the New Orleans Channelside St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

The success of the band program comes from the dedicated effort of our students and parents, as well as the support of the school administration and school district. Continued support from our community is greatly appreciated as the program continues to serve the students of the Sebastian area.

The bands at Sebastian River High School take great pride in performing at the highest level.

Congratulations Sebastian River High School Marching Sharks!


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