“Choose to Grow” is an initiative to tackle trends seen weekly in the FFCC through articles, tips, and advice compiled by our education team led by Jamie Escobar-Dyer. We hope you’ll find valuable advice that help you throughout your season.
Scholarship Information Open to any PAHS-inducted senior. Must submit a 1-minute video that includes the following: A brief introduction. Explain how the 4 Pillars of PAHS (Leadership, Artistry, Dedication, & Teamwork) have helped you in your high school career. Share your future education plans and how the scholarship will help. Students must also have 1 Letter of Reference from a coach/instructor/teacher. Please complete and upload your video and Letter of Recommendation into the following form: https://forms.gle/KSd8XAU8bhTJCaZo6 For more information, please contact Ricardo Robinson-Shinall at Ricardo@ffcc.org
The FFCC is proud to announce our Mid-Season Overview Clinicians! These seasoned clinicians will provide invaluable guidance, tips, and inspiration to help our directors and staff improve their Winterguard productions and take them to the next level: • Jeff Dodd at Flagler Palm Coast High School • Rodney Bailey at Plant City High School • Stephanie Renell Stewart at Oviedo High School Meet the Clinicians:
Registration is now open for the Pageantry Arts Honor Society (P.A.H.S.) in the FFCC, and we're excited to invite chapters and students to join us in our mission. Our primary goal is to recognize and celebrate the remarkable growth and achievements of students participating in performing arts through pageantry in colorguard. This recognition encompasses various aspects, including artistry, community contributions, leadership, and academic excellence. We extend this opportunity to all 11th and 12th-grade public or private school students who demonstrate excellence in the pageantry arts. By joining P.A.H.S., chapters and students not only promote the use [...]