White House Girls Varsity Sideline Cheer

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Cheer: High School Tryouts and Parent Meeting Info

The 2019-2020 high school cheerleading tryouts and meetings are coming up very soon! There is a mandatory meeting for prospective cheer athletes and parents or guardians on Tuesday, March 12th at 5 p.m. in the White House High School cafeteria, for students wishing to try out for high school varsity cheer (rising 9th-12th graders). Tryout

Cheerleading: 2019 Middle School Cheer Tryouts & Meeting Info

The White House Middle School Cheer Parent / Guardian and Athlete MANDATORY Meeting is Thursday, Feb. 28th in the WHMS Cafeteria at 6 p.m. Students who are interested in trying out for WHMS Cheer should come with parents/guardian. This is for upcoming 7th and 8th graders for the 2019-2020 school year. Tryout schedule: Monday, March 4th

Thank you Cheer Sponsors!

A big thank you to the sponsors for the 2018-19 White House Cheerleaders!

WHMS Cheer at home vs. Portland West

The White House Middle School cheer team was on display Thursday night at the home basketball game vs. Portland West Middle School. Photos by coach Jessica Biggs. #bdp

Photos: WHMS Football and Cheer 8th Grade Recognition

Photos by Tommy Rouse. Eighth grade recognition for White House Middle School football players, team personnel, managers and cheerleaders on October 2, 2018. #bdp Photo Gallery: White House Middle School Football and Cheer 8th Grade Recognition

Homecoming Shirts: Pre-Order ends Thursday

White House Homecoming shirts pre-order ends Thursday September 13th. You can pre order through a cheerleader or coach Jessica Biggs. Homecoming shirts can be ordered in the cafeteria on Thursday morning and during lunch. $12 each youth and adult sizes… 3XL are $14 and 4XL are $15. Homecoming game is Sept. 21st vs Sycamore at 7:30

The 2018 White House Cheerleaders

Photo by Tommy Rouse Pictured L-R: Macy Stephens, Maddison Williams, Brooke Cole, Chloe Frensley, Hannah Taylor, Josie Biggs, Ava Anderson, and Emma Cutrell. The 2018 White House High School sideline cheerleaders for football season celebrated their first home game of the year with a 49-20 victory over Glencliff. During the game, the squad wore and threw