Jessica Sneeringer began working at Columbus Academy in 2005 as our director of bands and a few years later became the chair of the Performing Arts Department. She also serves as the W. Boulton Dixon Master Chair in Art and Art Appreciation. Jessica also leads the ArtsMania committee, concert band, jazz band, pep band, and teaches music theory. Jessica is a graduate of The Ohio State University where she earned a B.M.E. and B.A. in trombone performance and music education, as well as a M.M.Ed. Several honors also have come her way including being named conductor of the Athena Brass Band, instructor of both the Columbus Youth Jazz Ensemble and Columbus Community Jazz Band, as well as sub trombone in the Columbus Jazz Orchestra. She is also an active member of the International Bandmasters Fraternity Phi Beta Mu, the International Womens' Brass Conference, and the American School Band Directors' Association. Jessica has two children, a son, Joshua ’26, and daughter, Jordan ’30.
Jessica’s favorite thing about Columbus Academy
“The people, hands down!”
“I’m an advanced open water certified scuba diver.”
- B.M.E. The Ohio State University , Trombone Performance
- M.M.Ed. The Ohio State University