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Head Band Director

In the Summer of 2016, Tyler Morrison moved from Marietta, Georgia to become an associate band director at Kingwood High School. He served in this position for four years under the direction of Destry Balch before becoming the Head Director at KHS in the Summer of 2020. Mr. Morrison currently holds his Bachelors in Music Education from Lee University and his Masters of Music Education from the University of North Texas. Before moving to Texas he was the United Christian Academy’s Middle School Band Founder and Director from 2014 to 2016. His students have received many awards on their instruments including admittance into the Tennessee Governor’s School, Tennessee All-State Band, and the Texas All-State Band. Mr. Morrison has served as a musician in many ensembles throughout his education including the Lee University Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, and the Georgia All-State Band. Outside of directing the KHS band, he enjoys prayer, worship, kayaking, rocking climbing and other various outdoor activities.



Associate Band Director

Ms. Scott is a recent graduate of the University of Houston. While at UH, she was a member of multiple concert ensembles and the Spirit of Houston where she was drum major for 3 years. She taught clarinet private lessons for two years at Truitt Middle School in Cy-Fair ISD and was a marching technician at her alma mater, Langham Creek, for five years. Her affiliations include Kappa Kappa Psi, National Association for Music Education, TMEA, and TBA. Outside of teaching band, Ms. Scott enjoys reading, camping, and playing the guitar.



Associate Band Director

Juan Guardiola currently holds his Bachelors in Music Education from Sam Houston State University. While at SHSU, he was the principal bassoonist in the Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra. He also served as a Drum Major for the Sam Houston Bearkat Marching Band for two years. Mr. Guardiola has taught bassoon lessons and masterclasses in the Willis, Crockett, Montgomery, Tomball, Conroe, and Spring areas. He has performed at TMEA on various occasions— both with his alma mater and as a Texas All-Stater. He is also the recipient of the TMEA Music Educator Award. Currently, he enjoys playing in the Conroe Symphony and the Spring ISD Alumni Band. When he is not teaching band, Mr. Guardiola enjoys weight training, playing the piano, and spending time with friends, family, and his husky Luna.

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