Rancho High School is the second oldest high school in Las Vegas, NV. It is located near the old downtown of the historic Fremont District of Las Vegas. Rancho High School is the largest school in the state of Nevada and is host to one of the most diverse student populations within the district. Performing arts are very important to the Rancho student. Currently, the band program enrolls over 300 students split amongst five year-round concert bands (Wind Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Concert Band, Freshman Band, and Beginning Band). The competitive marching band, “Rancho Regiment,” is a voluntary organization that meets after the school day. This ensemble is one of two schools in the state of Nevada that has been named a finalist in a Bands of America Regional marching competition in both 2017 and 2018. The performing arts program at Rancho provides orchestra, choir, concert band, marching band, jazz band, percussion ensemble, guitar, mariachi, as well as color guard activities. Since 2013, the band program has amassed twenty-none superior ratings at concert festival as well as six Southern Nevada Band Association Sweepstakes Awards. In December of 2019 the Rancho High School Clarinet Choir will be traveling to Chicago, IL to perform in the 73rd Midwest International Band & Orchestra Clinic.