SCSBOA Championships is the pinnacle performance of the competitive marching band season. This performance includes performances of the 12 best 6A bands in all of Southern California, capping off the fall season. The top 3 scores for each band from the duration of the season are used to select the 12 performing bands at championships.


The Saturday leading into Thanksgiving break.


Here is a SAMPLE Schedule - times will vary from week to week depending on our show time

9:00am to 12:00pm - Two hour rehearsal sometime in this time frame

12:00pm - Lunch Break (students responsible for their own lunch)

  • Most student have their parents drop off food and eat with their friends in the band room.

2:30pm - Buses depart for competition (typically to Orange County)

  • Dinner is typically provided for students when we arrive at the show site

7:45pm to 9:30pm - Show times for our division usually fall during this time period

9:45pm - Awards Ceremony

12:00am - Return back to school


RBHS Stadium for rehearsal and various locations for championships (typically Citrus College)


Students are asked to travel to competitions in "under uniform" uniform.

After we compete, students will wear their Royal Regiment black embroidered jacket for the awards ceremony.

What to Bring

Instrument/mouthpiece if not stored at school

Royal Regiment black embroidered jacket

Need Money?

Student will need money for meals/drinks or bring a sack lunch. Dinner at championships will be provided by the RBHS Music Boosters.

Getting There

For championships, we will take buses to and from RBHS.

Can I watch?

It would truly be a shame for any band parent to miss this event. All the football games, Tuesday evening practices and prior tournaments – it all comes down to this! This event always takes your breath away. Don’t forget to wear your Royal Regiment gear and cheer like crazy for our kids!

What do I need to know as a parent?

Our students made many sacrifices to get to this point – instead of hanging with friends on Saturdays they toiled on practices fields and performed in hard fought tournaments. At this point any pressure they may feel is hopefully reduced by the familiarity of the routine practiced for so many hours. By now the marching and music should be second nature. All that’s left is to put one’s game face on and execute a personal best. THE STUDENTS DESERVE OUR STANDING OVATION WHEN THEY ENTER THE STADIUM!


Volunteers are always needed. Ask a Band Booster board member or committee chair how you can help for a single day or multiple activities throughout the band season. Click here to view current volunteer opportunities or sign up for an event.