• Welcome to the web page for the Fisher Middle High School Band Program where opportunities are increasing rapidly for involvement in the FMHS Gator Band Program. Inside our school site, you will find pages that are being developed to provide information, downloads, links, etc., that relate to our band program. Whether a student, prospective student, parent, or band supporter, we invite you to check back often and explore our progress with this site. Our goal for this site is to provide parents and students alike with information regarding our bands.

    Students who enroll for band achieve improvement and specific proficiency levels on their individual instruments. Students will learn and develop skills in tone production, intonation, rhythm, technique and musicality along with self-discipline, leadership, interpersonal and teamwork skills.

    Being a part of the FMHS Gator Band is a great way for students to learn about music in a positive environment, create long-lasting memories of shared social and musical experiences, and to simply have fun while making music! It is truly an exciting time to be a part of the FMHS Gator Band.

    If you have any questions please feel free to email our Director, Dr. Fryer at: cheryl.fryer@jschools.org

    Mary Myers and Keith Thibodaux

    Mary Myers and Keith Thibodaux (pictured above) went to Riverdale High School and auditioned for the LMEA District 6 Jr. High Honor Band. They both had successful auditions and are two of only 6 flute players from across District 6 (all of Orleans, Jefferson, and St. Bernard Parishes) who were selected for the group. There were well over 20 flute auditionees Saturday for the Jr. High group. These are our first band students to compete via an audition for any of the District 6 Honor Bands. Truly demonstrates the talent that exists here at Fisher for them to make it in on their first try!

    student band in gym

    student sitting in front of jackson square in new orleans

    Honor Band Students
    Mary Myers and Jenae Nunez, two of our talented High School Band students, will be performing with the Loyola Bourgeois Honor Band this Saturday, November 16th at 7:30pm in Roussel Hall on Loyola's Campus.Colonel John R. Bourgeois, retired director of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, is the artist-in-residence at Loyola University and guest conductor for the band. The purpose of the Loyola Bourgeois Honor Band is to provide two outstanding high school students from each area high school with a musically enriching experience performing
    with the Loyola Wind Ensemble under the direction of Colonel Bourgeois.
    Roussel Hall is in the Communications/Music Building where the concert is being held and is located at the corner of Calhoun St. and St. Charles Ave. The Honor Band will perform in the second half of the concert, but we hope you will join the audience during the first half of the concert. The concert is free and open to the public, all are invited to attend.