drill

WHS drill - leading the charge

The Spirit of Tradition

Learning over 10 cheers with band such as, spell-out, brother Seymour and go big blue, with movements such as, high V low V,blades, fists,and kicks. You learn how to follow the rhythm of the music while being sharp with your arms. Drill is all in the arms. we also do a lot of dancing.since every year there are returners there is always someone there to teach you and guide you We also do flags and sabers you learn many techniques such as,  drop spins, flourishes, and various tosses. You learn how to work with others by practicing in groups and working together to fix mistakes. You learn time management because you are at school at least 10 hours a day almost every weekday. You receive an hour of tutoring within the three hours you spend after school because in Drill education comes first. Discipline because once you are on this team you uphold certain expectations such as, having at least a 2.0, always on time to school, and always on your best behavior in school and out of school. You represent Wilson once you are on this team so being the best you is always required. You are constantly involved with the community by being in different parades from El sereno to highland park to eagle rock. You will do a lot of community service such as, campus beautification, help set up before the school year begins, or even just prepare the textbook room for the new school year. 

1st Place in SHARP International Competition (2016-2017)

2nd Place in SHARP International Competition (2018)

legendary - class of 2018

Juliana Martinez

Juliana Martinez

Class of 2019

Jenelle Godinez

Jenelle Godinez

Class of 2020

Alin Haro

Alin Haro

Class Of 2019

Manuela Ambriz

Manuela Ambriz

Class of 2019

Nathalie Ruiz

Nathalie Ruiz

Class of 2020

Mia Muro

Mia Muro

Class of 2020

Leslie Arroryo

Leslie Arroryo

Class Of 2018

Kaely Mercado

Kaely Mercado

Class Of 2020

Ingrid Medina

Ingrid Medina

Class of 2019

April Silva

April Silva

Class of 2021

Jackeline Cardona

Jackeline Cardona

Class of 2019

Kimberly Carranza-Real

Kimberly Carranza-Real

Class of 2019

Hailey Yan

Hailey Yan

Class of 2020

Pearline Butanda

Pearline Butanda

Class of 2020

Reanna Ramirez

Reanna Ramirez

Class of 2021

Jasmine Vincent

Jasmine Vincent

Class Of 2020

Nereyda Zacarias & Rosalena Martinez

Nereyda Zacarias & Rosalena Martinez

Nereyda Zacarias

Nereyda Zacarias

Class Of 2018

Rosaelena Martinez

Rosaelena Martinez

Class of 2019

Destiny Aguirre

Destiny Aguirre

Class of 2018

Diana Flores

Diana Flores

Class of 2018

Stephanie Haro

Stephanie Haro

Class of 2018

Alondra Contreras

Alondra Contreras

Class of 2018

Abreana Bautista

Abreana Bautista

Class of 2018

Alejandra Majano

Alejandra Majano

Class of 2020

Monica Moreno

Monica Moreno

Class of 2018

Victoria Trevizo

Victoria Trevizo

Class of 2018

Mary-Cruz Noriega

Mary-Cruz Noriega

Class of 2018

Azeret Ledesma

Azeret Ledesma

Class of 2018

Marie Castaneda

Marie Castaneda

Class of 2020

Jacqueline Calidinio

Jacqueline Calidinio

Class of 2018

Coach's Message

Coaches graduating quote...

Captain's Message

Drill has taught me so much about time management and discipline. Having the support of not only my coaches, but my team made my high school experience amazing. No matter where life takes me, Drill will forever be a part of me. 

- Destiny A. | Class of 2018 - 

Vision

English Language Arts encourages students to find their “voices” as they collaborate with world literature and complex texts. The study of English further develops their communication skills and cultural expression.  Students reflect rigorous critical-thinking at all levels of literacy from English Learners to students with special needs and to IB “Diploma Programme” participants.

Mission

Our mission is to provide a quality arts and educational experience that is creative and challenging to all students who have an interest or passion for the arts.  The integration of an education which supports the A-G requirements for college admission and a visual and performing arts theme will provide opportunities to increase student engagement and participation, promote the arts as an essential part of life by making connections to student life experiences and global issues, to promote visual and artistic literacy and create a lifelong passion for the arts.

What Distinguishes Our WHS DRILL Program?

Learning over 10 cheers with band such as, spell-out, brother Seymour and go big blue, with movements such as, high V low V,blades, fists,and kicks.   You learn how to follow the rhythm of the music while being sharp with your arms. Drill is all in the arms. we also do a lot of dancing.since every year there are returners there is always someone there to teach you and guide you We also do flags and sabers you learn many techniques such as,  drop spins, flourishes, and various tosses. You learn how to work with others by practicing in groups and working together to fix mistakes. You learn time management because you are at school at least 10 hours a day almost every weekday. You receive an hour of tutoring within the three hours you spend after school because in Drill education comes first. Discipline because once you are on this team you uphold certain expectations such as, having at least a 2.0, always on time to school, and always on your best behavior in school and out of school. You represent Wilson once you are on this team so being the best you is always required. You are constantly involved with the community by being in different parades from El sereno to highland park to eagle rock. You will do a lot of community service such as, campus beautification, help set up before the school year begins, or even just prepare the textbook room for the new school year. 

Join Our Team Today!

Instructions on how prospective students can join the Cheer team and what kinds of skills and dispositions they will grow while on the team.

Would you like to contribute to the site?  Email any ideas to:

michael.sheu@lausd.net

 

Photography provided by:

Michael Sheu

4500 Multnomah Street

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Tel: 323-276-1600

Mission Statement

The mission of Wilson High School and El Sereno Middle School is to empower all students with the skills and knowledge to become compassionate, inquisitive, principled young people who create a more peaceful world through global awareness, critical thinking, and a commitment to action and service.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to create an academically rigorous school of international merit where all stakeholders function as a cohesive and collaborative learning community to ensure that all students succeed as knowledgeable, ethical and caring citizens of the world.

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