Color Guard
Director(s): Tracy Carter
In a marching band, the color guard is a non-musical section that provides additional visual aspects to the performance. The color guard interprets the music that the marching band is playing via the synchronized spinning of flags, sabres, rifles, and through choreographed movements. The color guard uses different colors and styles of flags to enhance the visual effect of the theme of the competition show. Within the band, color guard is often referred to simply as guard.

The colorguard performs with the marching band throughout the year at football games, parades, pep rallies, and competitions.

The colorguard is open by audition to all students in grades 9-12. Colorguard and dance experience are not required but highly recommended.
Winter Guard
Director(s): Tracy Carter
The Biloxi Winter Guard is competitive unit that features the colorguard members throughout the spring semester.

The Winter Guard is a member of the Gulf Coast Colorguard and Percussion Circuit and was a Novice Class Bronze Medalist in 2015.