A strong and financially healthy Instrumental Music Program at Grossmont High School is essential to provide rewarding, enriching, and enjoyable music and performance activities that will allow students to grow both personally and artistically. Unfortunately, the reality is that the Grossmont Union High School District provides funds which cover only the band director's salary, minimal transportation, and the basic operation of the band room. Everything else is funded by your donations to the Booster Organization. There will be many opportunities for your student to participate in fundraising events throughout the year. We strongly encourage all students and families to participate in these fundraising events. This year, we have been able to provide many different types of fundraisers in which to participate.
If you wish to make a donation via a credit/debit card you can do so by using Paypal. Click here to read more.
Earn money for the Regiment as you shop during the Holiday Season and at any time thereafter.
Do you like Shopping at Amazon.com? Well now, you can shop and earn the band some money at the same time. E-scrip has now partnered with Amazon.com and made it possible for the Grossmont Music Dept. to earn up to 1.2% of your purchase to go towards the band and the nice thing is that you don't need to pre-register or anything. Just click on the link below and you will go directly to Amazon.com website and shop to your heart's content.
We also have the following fundraisers that we hold traditionally every year:
This year, we will be planning to sell See's Candies for the Holday Season. We will also include a "Non-Denominational" catalog by request. This fundraiser should be around Mid-November.
District Field Show Concessions
Grossmont Center Gift Wrapping Kiosk
During the Holiday's around December, Grossmont will be holding thier Giftwrapping Kiosk at Grossmont Center. Volunteers are needed for this event and sign-ups will available in the Bandroom as you get closer to the date.
The Royal Blue Regiment Silent Auction & Dessert Show
Traditionally, this event used to be called the "Dessert Show" but it has grown into something larger than just Desserts. Students and Parents will create Baskets that contain items that have been donated by local businesses and are then auctioned off via "Silent Auction". There is also entertainment that will be provided by the Band and Colorguard as well. This event happens around April.