|Hamilton High School|
|211 Aggie Avenue
Hamilton, Alabama, United States
|School district||Marion County Schools|
|Color(s)||Maroon and White
Hamilton High School is a high school located in Hamilton, Alabama, United States. The school is a part of the Marion County School district. Hamilton was started in 1895 as West Alabama Agricultural School. Hamilton is in the Marion County School District. Hamilton is currently a class 3A school. In 2007 Hamilton High School was ranked among a list of ten high schools in America with the highest drop out rate.
The Hamilton Aggies have won state championships in:
The Hamilton Aggie Football team is ranked eleventh in the state for overall wins (543-328-36), and has a winning percentage of 62.3%. The Aggies have had nine region championship seasons, and five undefeated regular seasons (in bold).
Hamilton High School is also home to the 75-member Hamilton Aggie Band program, an award-winning marching and concert band program that has had great success at area marching competitions, district assessments, state assessments, and other special competitions. The band is composed of an instrumental ensemble and a visual ensemble, made up of the Key Dancers and the Color Guard. The band performs pregame, halftime, and in the stands at all Hamilton Aggie football games. A pep band, composing of select instrumentalists, also makes select appearances at Aggie basketball games during the season. During concert season, the Aggie Band presents a Christmas and a spring concert, where the Beginning, Intermediate, and Concert Bands perform select musical pieces. The Christmas concert may also feature the visual ensembles during select pieces. During the spring, the Aggie Band also usually travels to a special competition or performance festival, like Disney Magic Music Days at the Walt Disney World Resort or the All Star Music Festival at Universal Orlando. The Aggie Band is currently under the direction of Nathan Garner, a University of Alabama graduate and former Million Dollar Band member, who took the position in 2006.