On January 19, 2019, three Osceola County High Schools competed at the FFCC Florida Federation of Color Guard Circuit Premiere Contest. Liberty High School Winter Guard, Celebration High School Winter Guard, and Harmony High School Winter Guard all placed in this year’s competition.

The Florida Federation of Color Guards Circuit (FFCC) offers a competitive outlet for the winter color guard, concert percussion and indoor marching percussion teams. Competitors preform in front of a panel of judges both local and national who are trained to use WGI’s adjudication criteria.

In Class B Round 1, Celebration High School scored 53.73 placing them in 2nd place. In Class B Round 2, Liberty High School took the lead by placing 1st place with a score of 54.63 and Harmony High School scoring 46.02 placed 6th. All three schools received excellent ratings.

Liberty High School continued to shine by placing 2nd over the Central Premiere and scored higher than 53 other schools from North, Central, and West Florida Regional Contests. This is the first time Liberty High School has competed in Regional Color Guard Circuit Contest.

With the outstanding reviews from the judges, Liberty High School and Celebration High School were promoted to a higher division because both schools exceeded the criteria for their class. The hard work and dedication of these students will allow them to begin competition in their new Scholastic AAA Class at the next FFCC show!

Congratulations and good luck to all three schools who will be competing again at the MPA District Solo & Ensemble at St. Cloud Middle School on Friday, February 8, 2019.