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MCMS Mustang Band

Additional links and info can be found on the right hand side of the page.

Joining the Band

If you are interested in joining the Mustang Band there is a place for you!


Rising 6th Grade

Rising sixth grade registration is open!  You do not have to know how to read music or how to play an instrument.  All that will be taught in class so there is no better time to join than when you enter sixth grade.

Rising 7th and 8th Grade

If you are wanting to join band in 7th or 8th grade, please contact Mr. Smith so we can talk about any previous music experience you might have.  Typically, students who join after sixth grade are transferring from another school or have taken private lessons so they are prepared to join.  If you need private lessons, there are many great virtual options we can discuss.

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The Importance of a Quality Instrument

Buying an instrument is an investment.  A poorly constructed instrument can lead to costly repairs down the road but can also become a source of frustration for students.  Therefore, it is important to find a quality instrument that will serve your child well.  If you purchase an instrument from a business in-person or online, they should have a technicians who are able to repair and help maintain the instrument.  If purchasing from an individual, have it inspected by a trusted instrument store to ensure it will perform as expected.  Mr. Smith is always available to help parents navigate all the options.

Before making any purchase, please review the buying guide and consider going through one of the recommended music companies.  Feel free to contact Mr. Smith prior to making any purchase.  Each student deserves to have a great band experience and that starts with a quality instrument.




Mr. Smith  and his wife Christine are lifelong residences of Madison County and Mr. Smith has taught at MCMS since 2007. 

Mr. Smith completed his Bachelors and Masters degree at the University of Georgia and the Specialist degree at Piedmont College. 

Outside of school, Mr. Smith serves as orchestra director at Prince Avenue Baptist Church where he also plays the saxophone.  Mr. Smith and his wife also enjoy traveling and exploring the US and other countries of the world.