Color Guard

High school students with a passion for color guard: You don’t want to miss the Music for All Summer Symposium. Music for All’s color guard curriculum provides time with leading instructors and immerses students in hands-on, experiential learning opportunities. The Symposium brings together the rock stars of color guard, the leadership in the marching arts activity of Bands of America, and Music for All’s mission to create positively life-changing experiences, in order to provide the ultimate learning environment.

Differentiated Instruction – The Color Guard division will offer different levels of instruction in both equipment and dance that will help students develop their skills at the level that best fits their needs. This learner-focused curriculum will help every camper come away feeling stronger and more confident!

Master Class Opportunity – Those campers who demonstrate a high level of performance and skill on all three pieces of equipment and dance may audition to participate in our Master Class. This fast-paced division of our Color Guard track will challenge the most seasoned of performers, and will provide opportunities for those students who have mastered the basic color guard and dance skills.

Color Guard Division Faculty

Susie Harloff

Division Head
Avon Cadet Guard Director
2017 TOR Honor Band Color Guard Director
Avon, IN

Robbie Arnold

Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps
Lexis Winterguard

Nathan Jennings

Lassiter High School
Interplay Winter Guard
Paramount Winter Guard
Atlanta, GA

Derek Smith

Interplay Winter Guard
Grand Rapids, MI

Vincent Thomas

VTDance
Onyx World
Various DCI Drum and Bugle Corps
Baltimore, MD

What are students saying about Color Guard at America’s Camp?

Not only do I have new skills, I have a new outlook on life and the way I interact with it as well.

What I learned this past week I will bring home with me to my guard and hopefully inspire them!

This camp truly is life-changing, and my only regret is that I didn’t come sooner!

Parent/Booster Institute

Music for All’s parent/booster training and advocacy programs and resources are key elements in Music for All’s vision to be a catalyst to ensure that every child across America has the opportunity and access to participate in music making in his or her scholastic environment.

What Should Your Child Bring?

June weather in Indiana is often unpredictable. Historical averages for this area range from 60°F-90°F and often include high humidity. Please keep that in mind when packing for camp.

Staying in Touch with your Student

The Music for All Headquarters staff is unable to receive and deliver messages to students by phone, unless an emergency requires immediately delivery. If you wish to speak with your child during the week, plan your calling schedule before your child leaves home.

Supervision and Health Info

Your child’s safety is our utmost priority. While at camp, your child is required to attend all classes, meals, concerts, and nightly floor meetings, where attendance is taken.

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