Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers is a Drum Major and Leadership Educator. His marching arts career began in 2004 and he has been educating drum majors and leadership teams across the United States since 2008. As well as working with leaders, Andrew has been an active Visual Instructor since 2008. Shortly after graduating from Texas Tech in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, Andrew received his teaching certificate from the state of Texas. He has taught many courses at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, Texas including Algebra II, Pre-AP Algebra II, and Pre-AP Pre-Calculus. Andrew has been a lead teacher for Algebra II and in 2015, he was a Curriculum Writer for HEB ISD. As a Drum Major and Leadership Educator, Andrew has taught at the University of Texas at Arlington Drum Major Camp, the Texas A&M-Kingsville Drum Major Camp, Richland High School, and L.D. Bell High School. He has also been a System Blue Clinician since 2015. As a Visual Instructor, Andrew has taught at Monterey High School, Richland High School, Prosper High School, and L.D. Bell High School. Andrew has also been a judge for Drum Major auditions at various high schools in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. From 2006-2008, Andrew was a Drum Major at Haltom High School under the direction of Greg Hull, Van Mathews, and Ben Maughmer. He played trumpet for the Blue Devils Drum & Bugle Corps in 2007 and was a Drum Major for the Blue Devils from 2008-2011. While at the Blue Devils, Andrew was named “Brass Rookie of the Year” in 2007, “Blue Devil of the Year” in 2009 and 2011, and he also received the “Director’s Award” in 2010. While on the marching field or in the classroom, Andrew always seeks to lead by example and do whatever it takes to help his programs and schools be successful. Andrew resides in Fort Worth, Texas with his beautiful wife Stacy, their handsome son Emerson, and their two dogs Pumpkin and Miley.