Sean Stevens

Color Guard Instructor

Sean is currently a third year student at Georgia State University going in his last year for the Media Entrepreneurship program; He is also a Collins Hill 2018 Alumni. His passion and heathy addiction to color guard began in my sophomore year of high school at Collins Hill. He joined the Fall program in 2015, and instantly fell in love with the sport. He then continued into the winter season where he was given a flag solo by the director at the time, Rachel Crozier. In his junior year, he joined the leadership program as a Co-Captain of the team for the “Boom” production, and joined the first Varsity winterguard program in 2019. However, during his fall season of senior year, he left the team and got the opportunity to teach choreography to Gainesville High School as a volunteer. In his winter season of 2018, the band director, Jeremey Lumpkin, allowed him to take on a contract with Reverie Independent Winterguard for their 2018 program titled “Bleu”. Winning 14th at WGI finals, he was so grateful to be apart of a program with professional teachers who offered him weapon and dance solos, which is where he met and learned from Ozzie Walters. When he started college at UGA in 2018, he was given an instructor position at Discovery High School for their summer band camp and Cedar Shoals High School for their entire fall season. In the fall of 2019, he transferred to Georgia State University and became involved in their color guard program for 2019 and 2020 (also upcoming fall 2021). Most recently, he was able to find an instructor position with Locust Grove High School for their winter season. Though he could only teach one season with Locust Grove, he thanks Georgia State for giving me that opportunity and knowledge to instruct. “I’m so excited to work with the school that I am still proud to call my home!” – Sean


Emily Weaver

Emily Weaver

Front Ensemble Instructor
Emily Weaver is originally a Florida native, graduating from Navarre High School in Navarre, Florida, in 2013. Since joining the activity, she has been taught by educators such as Zerick Randolph, Luis Rivera, Jack Mizutani, and Danny Guttierez. She studied music education at Troy University in Troy, AL, from 2013-2015, marching with the Sound of South on snare drum. From 2015-2017, she studied music performance at the University of South Alabama and marched with the Jaguar Marching Band, again on snare.

Emily spent two seasons with STRYKE Percussion based out of Hollywood, Florida, performing as the visual soloist in their 2017 production “King”, and aged out in the front ensemble in 2018 performing “Nightmare at 30,000 feet”. Immediately after aging out, she moved to the metro-Atlanta area to teach full time and further pursue her career as a freelance artist and visual designer.




We Would Also Like To Extend Our Deepest Gratitude To The Following Individuals

Kerensa Wing, Principal, Collins Hill High School
Scarlett Straughn, Athletic Director, Collins Hill High School
Tim Davenport and Custodial Staff, Collins Hill High School
David DuBose, Fine Arts Coordinator, Gwinnett County Public Schools