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Junior [[Drum and Bugle Corps|drum corps]], as mainly a youth activity, requires that members be [[22 years of age]] or younger.  After "[[aging-out]]", many performers become members of [[Senior Drum Corps|senior drum corps]].
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Junior [[Drum and Bugle Corps|drum corps]] requires that members be [[22 years of age]] or younger.  After "[[aging-out]]", many performers become members of [[Senior Drum Corps|senior drum corps]].
  
Most junior drum corps are members of [[Drum Corps International]] and competed in [[DCI Division I]], [[DCI Division II]], or [[DCI Division III]].  In the past, these corps classifictions were [[DCI Division I|Open Class]], [[DCI Division II|A-Class]], [[DCI Division III|A-60 Class]] and [[All-Girl]], respectfully.  In [[Canada]], there were the added classification of [[B-Class]] and [[Parade corps]].
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Most junior drum corps are members of [[Drum Corps International]] and compete in [[DCI Division I]], [[DCI Division II]], or [[DCI Division III]].  In the past, these corps classifictions were [[DCI Division I|Open Class]], [[DCI Division II|A-Class]], [[DCI Division III|A-60 Class]] and [[All-Girl]], respectfully.  In [[Canada]], there were the added classification of [[B-Class]] and [[Parade corps]].
  
 
== Past and Current Regionals Organization ==
 
== Past and Current Regionals Organization ==

Latest revision as of 18:17, 20 April 2007

Junior drum corps requires that members be 22 years of age or younger. After "aging-out", many performers become members of senior drum corps.

Most junior drum corps are members of Drum Corps International and compete in DCI Division I, DCI Division II, or DCI Division III. In the past, these corps classifictions were Open Class, A-Class, A-60 Class and All-Girl, respectfully. In Canada, there were the added classification of B-Class and Parade corps.

Past and Current Regionals Organization

At one time there there were regional organizations that ran independently and parallel to Drum Corps International. Corps from these regions, for the most part, marched the first half of the season in their respective regions. They then competed in a regional championship.

North America

Europe

Non-Europe