Learn how to lead from experienced leaders

Phantom Regiment alumni are renowned for their leadership skills.  Our student leadership training helps young people learn invaluable skills that translate immediately to their own ensemble – but last a lifetime.

Student Leadership Training Opportunities are designed for current and aspiring leaders from all high school grade levels.

Are you ready to lead with confidence?

Student leadership may be the single most important factor in a marching ensemble’s success. Whether you are an experienced leader or aspire to be, our leadership training opportunities will have you motivated and confident to lead your band.

Our student leadership training programs are rooted in developing the mature, courageous, independent thinkers that are vital to any successful band program.

For those interested in furthering your marching arts career in college or with the Phantom Regiment (or another drum corps), this camp is a great way to prepare for those experiences!

Come ready to learn and have fun!

Areas of concentration include:

  • How to identify potential student leaders
  • What skills make a great leadership “fit”
  • How to motivate fellow students
  • Communication
  • Problem-solving
  • Conflict resolution
Stan Mauldin Headshot
PR Academy Director

Stan Mauldin

PR Academy Director

Stan Mauldin

Stan Mauldin joined the Phantom Regiment team in January 2020 and is Director of Phantom Regiment Academy.

The University of Houston graduate started teaching in 1979 and retired from Seguin (Texas) High School in May 2020. Under his direction, his ensembles were Texas Music Educators Association Honor Band Finalists, two-time UIL State Marching Band Champions, Bands of America Regional Finalists Bands of America Grand Champion National Semifinalists, Winter Guard International (WGI) World Champions, WGI Indoor Percussion World Champions and WGI Winter Winds World Championship Finalists. Additionally, his ensembles performed at The Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago and New York’s Carnegie Hall.

Stan also has experience with drum and bugle corps, most notably with the Blue Knights from Denver, Colo., and as brass caption head for the Colts from Dubuque, Iowa.

In 2018, the Seguin High School Band was honored to receive the Region 6, Heart of The Arts Award presented by the National Federation of State High School Associations and the Seguin Saxophone Ensemble performed at the Music for All National Festival in Indianapolis. The Seguin Saxophone Ensemble performed at the Texas Music Educators Convention, the Houston Underground Saxophone Competition and the Seguin Wind Ensemble performed in Dallas’ Majestic Theater in 2019.

He has been published in the “Southwestern Musician,” The Midwest Clinic’s “Motif’s,” and “The Instrumentalist” magazines as well as numerous music websites. In 2003 Mr. Mauldin was awarded the John Phillip Sousa Society “Legion of Honor” and in 2007 the UIL “Sponsor Excellence Award.”  In 2016, Stan was honored to be a Grammy Foundation Music Educator Award Quarterfinalist and is currently serving on the Mid-Texas Symphony Board and the Advisory Board of the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago. 

His family is also musical. Wife Bobbi is a retired orchestra director. Oldest son Matt, a Berklee College of Music graduate, is a freelance musician in Los Angeles. Youngest son Christopher recently completed his doctorate in piano performance at University of Texas and is a studio musician in Los Angeles.

Upcoming Training Opportunities