Phone: 972-947-9443 (ext. 25109)


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Music Education, Stephen F. Austin State University Masters of Educational Administration, Texas A&M University- Commerce

Mr. Singletary

Clay Singletary serves as Associate Director of Bands at Little Elm High School. Mr. Singletary is a Rockwall native and graduated from Rockwall Heath High School. He went on to graduate with a Bachelors in Music Education from Stephen F. Austin State University, and a Masters of Educational Administration from Texas A&M University-Commerce. Mr. Singletary was a member of The Lumberjack Marching Band under the direction of Dr. David Campo, a four-year member of the Wind Ensemble under the direction of Mr. Fred J. Allen, as a well as a member of the SFASU Orchestra of the Pines under Dr. Gene H. Moon. Mr. Singletary performed with various ensembles including the Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps, and has taught multiple summers at ensembles such as the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps and Madison Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps.

Prior to his appointment at Little Elm, Mr. Singletary served as Assistant Band Director at Allen High School. His concert bands received consistent superior ratings at UIL Concert & Sight Reading during his eight years with Allen. In 2016 the Allen Marching Band were honored to perform in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. In 2015, Mr. Singletary was recognized as Teacher of the Year at Allen High School.

Mr. Singletary is an active member of Texas Music Educators Association, as well as professionally affiliated with Phi Beta Mu National Honor Society, Tau Beta Sigma National Music Sorority, and Theta Chi Fraternity.

When Mr. Singletary is not teaching, he enjoys exercising, cooking, watching movies, spending time with family and friends, and his dog, Seaton.

Class Schedule

  • Period 1 - Symphonic Winds 
    Period 2 - Wind Ensemble
    Period 3 - Symphonic Band

    Period 4 - AP Music Theory
    Period 5 - Strike & Walker Middle School
    Period 6 - Concert Band
    Period 7 - Conference