Marching Band

Langham Creek High School is a Texas UIL Class 6A high school in the Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District located northwest of Houston, Texas. Established in 1984, the band program has grown steadily to its current membership of nearly 250 students. Learning opportunities for LCHS Band students include marching band, 4 concert bands, nationally-competitive Color Guard, and percussion ensemble. In its history, the band program has seen much success including multiple appearances at the  UIL State Marching Contest and numerous UIL Sweepstakes Awards. recipient of the prestigious sudler shield for excellence in marching arts.

Concert bands

While the concert ensembles do the majority of their competing in the Spring semester, they still rehearse and perform concerts regularly throughout the year. Each student is placed via audition in a specific band class based on which ensemble best suits their ability level. Langham Creek has three competing and one non-competing bands. The hierarchy of the bands is as follows: wind ensemble, symphonic winds, symphonic band, concert winds. Wind Ensemble represents the highest level of musical excellence at Langham Creek while Concert band is a non-competing band where young students can continue to hone their skills for the future. The LC Wind Ensemble was recognized with a TMEA Honor Band Award multiple times and RECIpIENT OF THE PRESTIGIOUS SUDLER SHIELD FOR EXCELLENCE IN MARCHING ARTS.