Welcome to Centaurus Winter Guard! 

What is Winter Guard?

  • It is a beautiful blend of movement and dance with technical routines of flags, rifles, and sabres performed indoors, to recorded music.
  • We are judged and scored, and compete with other groups to become better in our art and sport.
  • We complement the Color Guard in the fall Marching Band program.

For more information on Winter Guard in general, go to rmcga.org or wgi.org

For more information on the Centaurus HS Winter Guard program, contact Anthony Mondragon or Marcus Keating.

Note for Students and Parents about Winter Programs

  • Winter Guard is an extracurricular activity and there is a participation fee. Fees for winter guard are $500 per student. $250 of the fee is due November 14, and the remaining $250 is due December 2. Students MUST be up to date on all Marching Band and Winter Program payments, or have made arrangements with the Band Booster Treasurer in order to attend practice. Please see the payment policy on the website for more details http://centaurusband.org/parent-guide/. Applications for grants of up to 50% of the fee are due Oct. 23. Click here for the 2019-20 winter programs grant application.

The 2018 Show – Pieces

The 2017 Show – Technophobia

The show for the 2015 winter season is “Classified”

2nd Season of Winter Guard

This is the 2nd season of Winter Guard at Centaurus. They moved up in class this season to Independent Regional A. The group has done well so far this season, scoring in the top 3 in their class.

2015 Season Recap

4/4/15: State championships at DU: 83.62 2nd place

3/28/15: Arapahoe HS: 78.85 2nd place

3/21/15: Wheat Ridge HS: 76.8 2nd place

3/14/15: Pomona HS 74.26 3rd place

2/14/15 Mountain Range HS: 67.21 2nd place

2/7/15 Horizon HS: 62.82 2nd place

Congratulations on a Wonderful 2014 Season!

Centaurus Winter Guard went from a 49.08 to a 76.34 in their first season!