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In order to compete at a national level, there are certain expenses that must be met. The cost involved in running a comprehensive band program is often shocking. While the school district provides a budget for the band, it is not enough to cover the costs of everything that we need. We rely heavily on student fees and fundraisers to cover the gaps. Budget allocation is discussed at our monthly booster meetings, so if you ever have a question, please come to a meeting and ask. The directors are as financially responsible and transparent as possible so that you know where, and how, we spend your money.




Full band fee payments can now be made online after July 8th for the 22-23 school year!

Click the button below to download more information.

We now encourage all band fees to be paid online through your student's account, however, payments can also be made in person at Boiling Springs Freshman Academy to Ms. Janet Sellers, school bookkeeper, in the front office regardless of your student's grade or school.

Ms. Sellers can accept cash, checks or credit cards. Please make checks payable to BSHS.

Ms. Sellers will accept payments Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am to 2 pm.

Checks can be mailed to BSHS, Janet Sellers, 2251 Old Furnace Road, Boiling Springs, SC  29316 

If mailed, please  include your student's name on the check to receive proper credit.

Please do not let money be a reason to not participate.

Talk to the directors so that we can try and assist. There are opportunities for students to pay fees in an alternative way. Remember, we can’t help you if you don’t talk to us. 

What does the Band Fee pay for, exactly?  

Student band fees do not cover a specific list of items.  However, these funds are crucial to the marching band program, and we do our best to make sure our band fees are no higher than what is absolutely necessary to put an award-winning show on the field. Band fees fill the financial gap each year that is not covered by District funding.

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