Burbank California Sports

The Burbank High Show Choir finished the 2010 competition season in fifth place overall in the nation. Burbanks High School began its second year in 2010, bringing home the California State Choral Music Association's (CSMAA) first national championship.

Burbank High is known for its nationally rated mixed-show choir, led by Brett Carroll. The Burbank High School Show Choir, the nation's second-best, nationally ranked and best choir, is also led by rett Carroll and is a member of the California State Choral Music Association (CSMAA) national championship.

The City of Burbank offers an opportunity to develop physical fitness and lifelong skills through a variety of team sports for people of all ages and abilities. The adult sports programme offers men and women the opportunity to participate in organised leagues for leisure time and to compete in the urban upper and lower-level sports leagues, ranging from district level to the top level.

The Burbank High School Bulldogs provide high school interschool sports teams, including football, basketball, baseball, football, athletics, volleyball, tennis, lacrosse and athletics.

It was founded in 1908 and opened on September 14, 1914, and the first class had 334 students. The mission of SCMAF is to provide and promote athletic training and competition in response to and among its members.

Since 2005, the campus has also hosted a number of special events, such as the "Clarification Need" event at the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).

Nickelodeon's television show "Victorious" uses digitally altered images of Burbank High as the fictional high school from which most of the series is set. The entire first phase of the reconstruction of the school was begged, but only the front school was used for transitional scenes. In 2003, Burbanks High began extensive facilities upgrades and students attended Burbank School until 2006, when they moved to the Glendale Union High School District.

Since 1947, the Burbank Athletic Federation (BAF) has supported the Parks and Recreation Department in promoting and developing amateur athletics in the city of Burbank. The teams provide feedback to the officials and, where appropriate, provide the following information: team rules, rules and regulations, guidelines and guidelines for the use of sports facilities and equipment.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call 818-238-5330 or visit www.burbankca.gov for more information. In the case of county guidelines, sports teams develop a plan to resume league operations if allowed. Please note that the closures may be extended at any time depending on weather conditions and other factors. Click here to learn more about the upcoming training opportunities, or call our Sports Office at (8 18 238-5330) for information!

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