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The parents — some in work clothes, others in Porter-Gaud garb — were already on their feet, ready to welcome Young and the rest of his bandmates into Porter-Gaud’s stadium. “It’s gonna be something different,” Young said of this particular performance as he prepared to march into the stadium. Young is a senior at Burke High School. He’s been a member of the Burke High Steppin’ Bulldogs marching band since he was a seventh-grader, choosing to march with the tuba over any of the other four instruments he’s mastered, because tuba players always seem to have the most fun. For the past six school years, Young has spent his fall Friday nights at Stoney Field, home of Burke’s football team, where he performs with the band. But here he was on this September night, just 2 miles from Burke on the other side of the Ashley River, seconds away from marching into a different stadium. Porter-Gaud has many things Burke doesn’t: some of the best academics in the Lowcountry, with more than 180 courses that include 21 AP classes, and the only computer science program of its kind in the state. Tuition for a high school student is more than $20,000 a year, and the school boasts a 100 percent track record of sending its students to college. But Porter-Gaud doesn’t have a marching band. And Burke, a small public school on the Charleston peninsula, has one of the best. “It started with a project with the schools,” Burke band director Linard McCloud said. “It was a book club where the kids would interact with each other and my daughter was in the book club, and so she had a good friend at Porter-Gaud. The Porter-Gaud student’s family drove a Mercedes. As their friendship developed, one day Rosalee’s Porter-Gaud friend asked her if she thought her father would be interested in bringing his band over to play for the Cyclones’ football games. The idea was that Burke would come when its football team was on the road and Porter-Gaud’s was home. McCloud, Burke’s legendary band director of almost 40 years, loved the idea. Source: www.postandcourier.com
For the past six school years, Young has spent his fall Friday nights at Stoney Field, home of Burke's football team, where he performs with the band. But here he was on this September night, just 2 miles from Burke on the other side of the Ashley
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