The guard program is comprised of two programs. Students participating in the guard program will receive specialized training in dance, flag and performance weapons such as rifle and sabre. The Colorguard is the marching guard for the Meadowcreek Mustang Band. The Winter Guard is a separate performance ensemble that competes in the Southern Association for Performance Arts (SAPA). Meadowcreek Guard students have an opportunity to spin and perform during the full school year.
The Colorguard is the marching guard for the Mustang Band's Marching Band. Students in the Colorguard are considered members of the marching band. Students in the guard play a vital role in the marching field production as well as travel to all home and away football games, competitions and parades. Auditions for the Colorguard occur between the months of April and May.
Guard auditions are held for 3-4 days on the Meadowcreek High School Campus. Auditions for guards are open to any Meadowcreek High School student that meet the extracurricular participation requirements. No prior experience is required. During the audition clinics students will be taught both a dance and flag routine that must be performed during the audition process during the final day. The students will be placed on the guard based off of the results of their performance. Students not meeting the standard will not be placed in the guard program.