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TWHS Color Guard is an award-winning program of creative excellence. Being involved in this rewarding activity provides teens with the benefits of hard work, time management, self-esteem, friendship, and fun.

Color Guard is a combination of flags, sabers, mock rifles, and other equipment, as well as dance and other interpretive movements. TWHS and McCullough Guard programs have worked hard to become nationally known, and our members are extremely dedicated in their commitment to excellence.

 

SUMMER & FALL

Color Guard rehearses and performs with the The Woodlands High School Marching Band. This nationally known, award-winning marching band has over 300+ members. Color Guard enhances the visual effect of the marching band with the art of dance, flag spinning, rifle throwing and other props.

Rehearsals begin in July, and the season continues through football season, culminating in November at the Bands of America (BOA) competitions and/ or University Interscholastic League (UIL) State Marching Contest.

WINTER GUARD

In December, the program switches focus to Winter Guard. Winter Guard concentrates on performing indoors and competing against other color guard teams. Winter guards can be found in high schools, middle schools, some universities, and some independent organizations.

TWHS Winter Guard program supports two varsity level ensembles: A Guard and World Guard. The structure of our program allows TWHS to provide varying levels of guard experience to our high school members.

Cyndi Robbins and her team create all new shows for our Winter Guard season. Our ensembles compete in two winter guard circuits similar to marching band: a local called Texas Color Guard Circuit (TCGC) and an International circuit called Winter Guard International (WGI).

 

RECENT AWARDS

2024:

  • WGI World Class Championships
    • World Guard: 3rd Place 94.850
  • WGI Austin
    • World Guard: 1st Place 85.300
  • WGI Regional Houston
    • World Guard: 1st Place 83.100
    • A Guard: 1st Place 79.660
  • Texas Color Guard Circuit: Championships
    • Texas Color Guard Circuit:  State Championships
           Scholastic World – World Guard: 1st Place 91.2 (How To: Move)
           Scholastic National A – A Guard:  2nd Place 89.465 (Avalanche)
    • TCGC Area
           Scholastic National A – A Guard: 2nd Place 84.390 (Avalanche)
    • TCGC Angleton
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:  1st Place 85.580

      JV Guard:  1st Place 85.740

    • TCGC Pearland
            Scholastic World – World Guard:  1st Place 84.500
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:   2nd Place 80.460
    • TCGC Willis
            JV Guard:   1st Place 73.760
    • TCGC Langham Creek
           JV Guard:    3rd Place 63.900
    • TCGC Turner
            Scholastic World – World Guard:  1st Place 71.500
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:   2nd Place 65.970

2023:

  • WGI World Class Championships
    • World Guard: 4th Place 94.3 – highest ever Texas Guard Score!
  • WGI Austin
    • World Guard: 1st Place 86.0
  • WGI Regional Houston
    • World Guard: 1st Place
    • A Guard: 4th Place
  • Texas Color Guard Circuit: Championships
    • Texas Color Guard Circuit:  State Championships
           Scholastic World – World Guard: 1st Place 94.0 (How To: Move)
           Scholastic National A – A Guard:  3rd Place 90.76 (Avalanche)
    • TCGC Area
            Scholastic World – World Guard: 1st Place 90.6 (How To: Move)
           Scholastic National A – A Guard: 1st Place 85.19 (Avalanche)
    • TCGC Cy Park
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:  1st Place
    • TCGC Pearland
            Scholastic World – World Guard:  1st Place
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:   1st Place
    • TCGC Dawson
            Scholastic World – World Guard:  1st Place
            Scholastic National A – A Guard:   2nd Place

2022:

  • Texas Color Guard Circuit: State Championship
    • Scholastic World – World Guard: 1st Place
    • Scholastic National – A Guard: 5th Place
  • WGI World Class Championships
    • World Guard – Bronze Medalist – 1st Texas World Guard to ever medal