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Color Guard develops students' dance, movement, and use of flags and other equipment (rifles, sabers, etc.) in conjunction with a marching band. Developing the techniques of choreographed movement to the music is a prime focus. Dance is a primary component of the Color Guard and techniques from ballet, jazz, and tap will be taught.
The Green Mountain High School Color Guard, together with the student musicians in the Green Mountain High School Marching Rams, demonstrate excellence both on and off the field and have been consistent top competitors, earning many marching titles at local and regional competitions. They perform in the homecoming parade and during half-time at all of the home, varsity football games, and they compete in up to 7 marching contests during the fall.
The GMHS Color Guard practices weekly throughout summer. In the fall, they rehearse after school twice a week and on Saturdays. The group is open to all students, regardless of experience.
The GMHS Color Guard is under the teaching direction of Corinne Greenrod.