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Why do American high schools waste money on that shit?
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Why do American high schools waste money on that shit?


Why does the rest of the world hate winning?
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I was in vocal class and jazz band for a bit.


Skipped like half of my vocal class and still got a 93. Come at meeeeee
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Why does the rest of the world hate winning?
Since when is having school marching bands winning?

I mean, a chess club does the same job(identifies people as dorks), and is way cheaper.
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Since when is having school marching bands winning?

I mean, a chess club does the same job(identifies people as dorks), and is way cheaper.

Marching Band was easily the best part of high school for me. Good day to you, SIR!
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Why do American high schools waste money on that shit?


As opposed to the worthwhile investment of sports and stadiums?
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Since when is having school marching bands winning?

I mean, a chess club does the same job(identifies people as dorks), and is way cheaper.


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23973386
Students who study music do better across subjects. Now, I'm not saying that the correlation proves causation, but there's definitely a positive relationship.
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23973386
Students who study music do better across subjects. Now, I'm not saying that the correlation proves causation, but there's definitely a positive relationship.
Don't need any form of band, ambulatory or otherwise, to study music, dork.
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As opposed to the worthwhile investment of sports and stadiums?

Not the topic of the thread, but yeah. Any school that owns a stadium needs to reassess their priorities.
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It also helps stave off childhood obesity, which we all know is a major issue in these here United States.
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It also helps stave off childhood obesity, which we all know is a major issue in these here United States.
So would eating less.
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So would eating less.

Whoa, whoa, whoa! Let's not get crazy here.
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Not the topic of the thread, but yeah. Any school that owns a stadium needs to reassess their priorities.


well you're consistent at least
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Sports should be separated from education at every level. Cities and counties should be required to offer inexpensive sports programs for minors separate from middle and high schools. Larger municipalities can offer semi-pro teams that pay their players and make profit for the city that would be equivalent to collegiate athletics. Professional teams can draft from those cities players.

Local leagues for teens replace high school athletics, city run teams recruit from local leagues, pro sports draft from city run teams and pay cities a recruitment fee if they sign a player off their team.