Bre Osbourn is in her third year as Director of Bands at Bryan High School.  She is previously from Corsicana ISD where she spent the last decade building up a strong, successful band program, created an award-winning winter guard program and fostered community awareness and support for music and the arts.
Ms. Osbourn is a horn and trumpet player and she earned her music education degree from Sam Houston State University, where she also served as the president of the Beta Delta chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi; the National Honorary Band Fraternity.  She is also in her seventh year of serving as the Band Division Chair for Region 8 of the Texas Music Educator’s Association’s 33 music regions that are stretched across Texas. 
Her favorite part of her job is designing and building innovative marching shows for her ensembles and exposing her students to all of the pathways they can use music throughout their lives after they exit the high school doors.  
Joining her in her move to Bryan are her son Ean, who is in the SFA Middle School Band, and is already a competitive soloist and team member of the winter guard community; and her younger daughter Adilyn, who has deemed herself the future drum major of the Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps. They are also joined by their cats, bird, turtle and tarantula (don’t worry, she doesn’t bite)!

Laura Grems is in her 5th year as the Associate Director of Bands at Bryan High School.  Ms.Grems serves as the primary director of the Symphonic Band and the Percussion Ensemble, while also assisting in the instruction of the Wind Symphony, Concert Band, and Marching Band. She also assists with the beginning percussion classes across the district.
Ms. Grems is also the co-founder and executive director of the non-profit organization, Brazos Valley Independent Percussion. After a successful first year, the group will continue to compete in the 2021-2022 indoor percussion season in the Texas Color Guard Circuit and the Winter Guard International Circuit. 
Ms. Grems grew up in Vienna, Virginia where she participated in her high school band and orchestra, youth orchestra, as well as All-State Ensembles where she earned the title of first chair. She  later moved to Ann Arbor where she graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, with University Honors distinction. At the Michigan, Ms. Grems was an avid performer within the percussion studio and esteemed University of Michigan Symphony Band, and is on several album recordings. She was also a member of the renowned University of Michigan Percussion Ensemble as well as an orchestra pit member of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. From 2015-2017, she served as the Vice President for the University of Michigan’s collegiate board for the National Association for Music Education.
In her free time, Ms. Grems enjoys cooking, baking, watching Michigan sports, traveling, and spending time with her fiancè and their two cats.