Welcome to the Galena Park ISD Fine Arts Department!
The Fine Arts Department of Galena Park Independent School District includes the areas of art, dance, music, and theater. Also included are speech, debate & journalism, cheerleading, drill teams, fund-raising, district travel and booster organizations.
GPISD Hosts UIL Area F Marching Contest
The Galena Park Independent School District is pleased to host the University Interscholastic League's Area F 6A Marching Contest on Saturday, October 29th. This event will be held at the GPISD Athletic Stadium, 15025 Wallisville Road, Houston, TX 77049, beginning at 8:15 a.m. Admission for this UIL Music sponsored event is $5 (children 6 and under admitted free). The North Shore Sr. High School Band will perform at 10:00 a.m. The finals competition will begin at 6:30 p.m. For the prelims and finals performance schedules, concession stand menu and information regarding exiting the stadium following prelims, please click on the links below.
Galena Park Jacketeers Host Middle School Drill Teams
On Friday, October 7th, the Galena Park Middle School Jackets and Woodland Acres Middle School Dazzler dance teams joined the Galena Park High School Jacketeers on the field for victory lines and in the stands for stand routines. The GPHS Jacketeers appreciate both GPMS and WAMS drill teams for coming out and they hope to see you in a couple of years as members of the Galena Park High School Jacketeers.
NSSH Band Places First at US Bands Competition
The North Shore Sr. High School Band competed at the US Bands Dekaney Showcase on Saturday, October 1st and was awarded first place in Division 6A Open and received the highest score of the day. The band also received awards for "Most Outstanding General Effect" and "Most Outstanding Visual Performance". Please come out and support the NSSH band as they continue their competitive season when they march at the Galena Park ISD Marching Band Festival this Saturday at 5:30 PM. Directors for the North Shore Sr. High School Band are Shane Goforth, John Reed and Clay Jasper.
Fine Arts Notes, June Edition