The Cisco College Cheer Program is designed to help cheerleaders improve on existing skills and to learn more advanced skills. The program emphasizes proper technique prior to increasing the level of difficulty.
Practice time is divided between 4 major categories: cheers/chants, jumps, stunting, and tumbling. Athletic conditioning is worked in throughout each week. Cisco College Cheer supports all of our athletic programs. The squad cheers at all home football, volleyball, and basketball games. To support the other sports, the squad attends games and cheers from the stands.
Why Cheer at Cisco College?
- Small student-teacher ratio
- Affordable quality education
- Small campus environment
- Friendly atmosphere
- Dormitory life
- Small community
- Small city close to bigger cities
- 40 minutes from Abilene
- 90 minutes from Fort Worth
- Travel Opportunities
Scholarships are available! The amount awarded is based on experience upon entering the program.
A Wrangler Cheerleader candidate first and foremost must show a passion for cheer in their presence and attitude. A Wrangler Cheerleader should have a teamwork attitude and be willing to make decisions and sacrifices for the betterment of the Wrangler Cheer Team. Our team expects and nourishes a work ethic that each team member will carry out into the real world after college.
We are so excited that you have taken the first step to becoming a Wrangler Cheerleader. Thank you for visiting our audition page and we look forward to meeting you in the near future. Good Luck!
Spring Try-Out Dates
Monday, March 18, 2019
Monday, April 15, 2019
Where: Cisco College Library
When: March 18th & April 15th
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Try-outs: 1:00 p.m.
Where: Vo-Tech II Cheer Room
At 10:00 A.M. there will be an answer/question session in the library.
After the meeting, you will be served lunch. This will give you the opportunity to visit with cheer prospects, director, and veteran cheerleaders.
The auditions will begin in the Vo-Tech Building CheerRoom.
Campus Tours are included in the try-outs.
At the end of the try-outs, scholarships will be awarded.
You Must Confirm your audition with the Wrangler Cheer Coach.
PLEASE EMAIL DEBBIE.BAKER@CISCO.EDU OR CALL (254) 631-5612 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Types of Auditions Available
Wrangler Cheer auditions are held each year during the early spring and early summer. We offer three different ways to audition for our team. The first one is a basic one-day audition that is typically called "Senior Day". Senior Days are normally set during the spring semester on a Monday to accommodate candidates that need to travel. At this audition, you will have the opportunity to tour the campus, visit with financial aide, counselors, and participate in a Question/Answer session with the director personally before the audition that normally takes place after lunch. During this particular audition, you will need to bring a dance of your own that high lights your strengths as a dancer.
Auditions will be held during summer months in June and July. You will need to bring a dance of your own that highlights your strengths. Tours are available to view our campus, but you must set up your tour in advance with Student Life. Candidate should be prepared to execute technique across the floor and learn a kick sequence. After completing the audition, scholarships will be awarded.
Prospects may schedule an individual audition that is convenient for the prospective Cheerleader and Director. Contact Wrangler Cheer Director for more information about Individual Auditions. Once again, prospect must bring a dance of their own and be prepared to execute technique and learn a kick sequence.
Lastly a candidate may submit a video. This form of audition is discouraged unless you are from out-of-state or you have unusual circumstances. All video submissions must be discussed with the director for approval.
- Chant and dance: taught at tryout, performed, and evaluated
- Tumbling will be evaluated
- Stunts will be executed
- Jumps: toe touch, pike, double toe
- Attire: appropriate cheer attire with cheer shoes
- Not required to dance or perform cheers - only accent cheers
- Tumbling: standing back handspring or better, running back handspring or better/not required but suggested
- Stunts: Stunting skills will be evaluated
- Attire: workout shorts and t-shirt
- Wrangler Cheer Men will be expected to accent cheers and tumble if they have the skills. No Dancing/Cheering are required! Stunting skills must be learned and executed!
All Cheerleader prospects must bring:
- Three letters of Recommendations...Faculty, Administration, cheer or dance coach or another source from your high school.
- Wear Cheer Attire!
- Females need to bring a home cheer and dance of your choice.
- Fill out prospect form and add on the bottom which date you choose to try-out. Coach needs to be notified before try-out by prospect form, email, or telephone.
- Acceptance to Cisco College
- 2.0 GPA
- 12 hour minimum course load
- NCA camp attendance (dates available on nca.varsity.com)
- Pre-NCA camp attendance at Cisco College (dates to be mailed out)
- NCA camp cost (cost varies)
- $300 fee that all squad members must pay (cost covers shoes, camp wear, warm-ups, bags, etc)
- Fundraising events
Interested in joining the Wrangler Cheer Team? Fill out the form below!
Debbie Baker, Cheer Coach
Jenna Wood, Assistant Cheer Coach