Etowah High School
Etowah High School, located in Woodstock Georgia, is one of six high schools in Cherokee county.
Etowah Eagle Band & Color Guard
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Etowah Band Booster Organization
You’re a booster too!
As the parent of an Etowah Marching Band student, you are automatically a member of our Band Booster Club.
The Eagle Band Boosters support EHS Director of Bands Stephen Long and the band programs. The EHS Band Booster Executive Board typically meets on the 1st Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m in the band room (please check the Band App calendar as the meetings approaches as meeting dates and times do change).
With funds raised through band fees, fundraisers and donations, the Eagle Band Boosters provide transportation to games and competitions, spirit wear for the marching band, and events for band students including Senior Night, 8th Grade Night, and the Band Banquet.
We need YOU to continue this tradition of success!
The Etowah Band is set-up within the Etowah Foundation for tax deductible donations (501(c)(3) federal tax exempt organization). The band uses this money to help with our goal of adding additional band uniforms, new trailers, equipment, and other operating purchases needed for the future. Any donated amount would be greatly appreciated.
Mr. Stephen Long
Stephen Long is in his 5th year at Etowah High School. He has taught 4th and 5th grade band in Fulton County, GA and 6th-12th grade band for 6 years in the Long Beach School District located in Mississippi. Long received both his Bachelors Degree of Music Education and Masters of Music in Conducting from Reinhardt University. During his tenure as high school and middle school director, Long’s bands have received consistent Superior ratings at the state and local level for marching and concert performances.
Long is active in the local and state band director associations, and participates in adjudication for solo/ensemble festivals, honor band auditions, and pre-festival evaluations.
Long’s professional affiliations include: National Association for Music Education, Georgia Music Educators Association, National Band Association, Professional Association of Georgia Educators, Phi Kappa Lambda Honors Music Society, Mississippi Band Masters’ Association, Gulf Coast Band Directors’ Association.
Long grew up around North Georgia and attended Woodstock High School for a short time during high school. While attending Reinhardt University he worked closely with the Sequoyah Band Program and worked with Etowah’s previous director, Michael Foxworth, during his first two years in Woodstock. It has been such a pleasure become reacquainted with Cherokee County as well as work with the find students here at Etowah High School.
He is very excited to continue as part of a community he calls home, and to work with the incredible staff, students, and administration at Etowah High School! GO EAGLES!