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Jeremy Noyes

J.J. Pearce High School & Phantom Regiment
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Jeremy Noyes is a music educator at Wylie High School in Wylie, Texas.  He serves as the percussion director for Wylie High School and coordinates all percussion activities 6th through 8th grade for the WHS percussion cluster.

Prior to his appointment in Wylie ISD, he served as the Assistant Band Director and Percussion Specialist for Allen High School in Allen, Texas.  With a percussion enrollment of 150 percussionists in grades 6th through 12th, he was responsible for many facets of the Allen ISD Band Program.  Jeremy Noyes first began his teaching career as the Percussion Specialist for the J.J. Pearce Area Band Programs from 2006-2007.  At Pearce he taught the marching band, percussion ensemble program and held a full a full-time private lesson studio.

Jeremy Noyes holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from the University of North Texas. While attending UNT, he participated and performed in the concert band, percussion ensemble, steel band and world renowned indoor drumline. He also performed as a member of the Green Brigade Marching Band and later joined the percussion staff in 2002. During his time in college, he was on the Lewisville ISD private lesson staff and taught at Lewisville High School and Hebron High School.

Growing up in Texas, Jeremy Noyes has been very active in Drum Corps including being a member of the Glassmen, Carolina Crown and Phantom Regiment drum and bugle corps.  He has also been a member and section leader of the UNT Drumline that won the PASIC Drumline Championship in 2000 and 2002.  He was a staff member for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps from 2006-2010.  While on staff, Regiment was awarded three DCI high percussion trophies.

Jeremy Noyes is an endorser of Innovative Percussion and Dynasty USA.  His professional affiliations include the Texas Music Educator's Association and the Percussive Arts Society.  He is also an active percussion clinician and adjudicator in the DFW area.