Jon Seale, Head Band Director

Jon Seale serves as head band director of the Cougar Band & Guard at College Station High School. Before becoming head director, Mr. Seale served six years as the assistant director of bands, percussion director, and jazz band director at College Station High School. Prior to his role at CSHS, Mr. Seale was the assistant band director for six years at A&M Consolidated Middle School, and the beginner band director for two years at Cypress Grove Intermediate School.

Mr. Seale received a Bachelors of Music in Education in 2003 from West Texas A&M University, and his Master of Arts in Music in 2005 also from WTAMU. He studied percussion under Dr. Susan Tariq, and he studied conducting under Dr. Gary Garner and Mr. Donald Lefevre. As a student, Mr. Seale performed with the WTAMU drumline, percussion ensembles, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, and orchestra. He also performed with the Amarillo Symphony and Opera.

During his graduate studies, Mr. Seale assisted with percussion ensembles, conducted the Jazz Band II, and was Instructor/Arranger for the WT Drumline. He also taught privately for grades 6 through 12 in the Canyon and Amarillo school districts.

Mr. Seale is an active clinician, adjudicator, composer, arranger and performer in Texas. His professional affiliations include Percussive Arts Society (PAS), Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA), Texas Bandmaster’s Association (TBA), Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society. He is an Educator Endorser for Innovative Percussion Products and regularly composes and arranges Percussion Music for various marching bands through Eric Rath Music.

Mr. Seale and his wonderful wife Kristen (a band director at Wellborn Middle School) have been happily married since 2004. They welcomed their son Peter in May 2009 and their daughter Faith in May 2012.

You may email Mr. Seale at

Michael Dixon, Assistant Director of Bands

Michael Dixon is currently in his first year as the assistant director of bands at College Station High School.

Prior to coming to CSHS, Mr. Dixon opened the band programs at both Wellborn Middle School and Pecan Trail Intermediate. He has been with CSISD for eighteen years, including thirteen at A&M Consolidated Middle School, two years at College Station Middle School, and two years at Pecan Trail and Wellborn Middle School.

Under the direction of Mr. Dixon, the Wellborn WarHawk Band received first division awards and a best in class designation in its inaugural year. His bands have been consistently awarded a sweepstakes for the last fifteen years. In addition to teaching in the College Station Independent School District, Mr. Dixon has taught for Blinn College as the applied horn instructor.

Michael received his Bachelors of Music in Education (BM Ed.) in 2002 from West Texas A&M University and his Masters in Music (M.M) in 2012 from Stephen F. Austin State University. He had the opportunity in college to study horn under Ron Lemon, and he studied conducting with Dr. Gary Garner and Fred Allen.

Along with teaching he performs with the Bryan Theatre Company and regularly gigs around town during the holiday seasons. Before coming to the Brazos Valley he was assistant horn with the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra for two years.

Professional affiliations include the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA), the Texas Bandmaster’s Association (TBA) and the Texas Music Adjudicators Association (TMAA)

In his free time, Michael is active member at Living Hope Baptist Church, and he enjoys playing golf and traveling during the summers.

You  may email Mr. Dixon at

Jessica Delgado, Color Guard Director

Jessica Delgado is in her second year as Director of the Cougar Color Guard. She teaches Spanish I and Spanish II Honors at College Station High School, as well. She currently serves as the departmental level leader for Spanish I and Spanish II.

Before teaching at CSHS, Mrs. Delgado taught at Rudder High School in Bryan for seven years, and at New Braunfels High School for three years. She holds a BA in English from Texas State University. 

Mrs. Delgado was in color guard all four years of high school in Mission, Texas. She fell in love with the sport then, and is thrilled to be involved with color guard again. She believes the best part about her job as director is to see how the guard members begin to believe in themselves as their experience increases. She enjoys witnessing guard members trying things they never imagined they could do. She is excited about the future of our growing color guard program.

Mrs. Delgado is married to her high school sweetheart. They have twin boys. Ricky, a talented oboist in the Cougar Band, is a senior. Alex, a junior at CSHS and a star athlete with the Special Olympics, loves eating out and meeting new people.

You may email Mrs. Delgado at