Middle School Cheerleading Try-outs

Middle School Cheerleading Try-Out Information

If your child is a 6th grader and would like to try out to be a cheerleader or the mascot in middle school, please read the information below. Also, please be mindful of the timelines and due dates:

The Cheer/Mascot Constitution:

The middle school cheer program, governed by the district's cheer and mascot constitution, begins with a series of orientation meetings followed by the submission of required documentation at the district and campus level by noted deadlines. 

Parent Meetings:
Parent informational meetings are held annually to discuss major aspects of the cheer program. While attendance at these meetings is not required, it is strongly encouraged as meetings also cover the application and tryout process and address common questions about the program.

The 2022-23 school year parent meeting will be held at each middle school campus on the following dates:

  • Coble MS - Jan. 18, 2022 // 6 p.m. // Coble Library
  • Howard MS - Jan. 11, 2022 // 6 p.m. // Howard Library
  • Jobe MS - Jan. 12, 2022 // 6 p.m. // Jobe Cafeteria
  • Jones MS - Jan. 12, 2022 // 7 p.m. // Jones Cafeteria
  • McKinzey MS - Jan. 11, 2022 // 6:30 p.m. // McKinzey Cafeteria
  • Wester MS - Jan. 10, 2022 // 5 p.m. // Wester Room A8
  • Worley MS - Jan. 11, 2022 // 6 p.m. // Worley Cafeteria

Clinics and Tryouts:
Clinics are held annually in the spring to prepare and teach interested candidates aspects of the cheerleading program in preparation for tryouts.

The 2022-23 MS cheer clinics will be held March 21-24, 2022. Tryouts will be held at Legacy High School on March 25-26.

The Application Process:

Applications can only be submitted by a parent or legal guardian. Students are not allowed to submit the district-level application.

Applications can be submitted online or emailed to the Fine Arts Department.

Applications will open on Jan. 18. The submission deadline is Friday, Feb. 18.

MS Cheerleading Try-out Information