Student of the Week, Zach Z, is a junior at Episcopal Academy. His hard work has made him the latest H Factor drummer to get a gift card from Mr. H. Great job this week, Zach!
Mr. H has a birthday this month - but one lucky student will be the one getting a present! It's time for the annual H Factor Brownie Contest! All students are encouraged to bake an incredible brownie for Mr. H. The student who serves up the brownie of the year wins a crisp new $100 bill. Past entrants have used icing and decorations, fillings, candy - just use your imagination. Entries are due between October 9 and October 15, when the winner will be announced! Get baking!
Zachary Y, a 6th grader at Delaware County Christian School, is the H Factor Percussion Student of the Week! Great work, Zach!
Our Student of the Week is Caleb C, a 4th grader at Beaumont Elementary in Berwyn. Great job this week, Caleb!
Yair S, is a 1st grader from Merion. He is our Student of the Week! Yair jumped right into the drum kit and started jamming. Feel the beat, young guy!
We have our two "Drummers of the Summer"! Ashley, a 5th grader atIthan Elementary, and Cyrus, a 7th grader at BCMS. Their hard work this summer has earned each of them a crisp new $100 bill!
Ashley and Cyrus made some real progress in their lessons this summer. Who knows what students will be the stars of next summer!
Have a great school year, everyone!
The new fall H Factor T's will be in next week. On the front, they read, "Life without drums would B-flat!"
Available in the blue above, as well as this light gray. The back says, "Feel the Beat!"
Young H Factor drummers, Josh, Gus, Luke, and Zach spent the day with Mr. H, doing some drummer bonding. First PF Chang's for lunch, and then Dave & Busters!
Lorelei E, a 6th grader at Haverford Middle School is one of our newer students. If she keeps up with her drum lessons, she could be future Jazz Band material
This father and son duo from Havertown both just started drum lessons with H Factor Percussion. Mr. H says that the Dad, Baltazar, has some promise, but that his son, Max, is super-smart for a 4-year-old, and may be a superstar!