Cheer

WHS CheerLeaders - leading the charge

The Spirit of Tradition

The Mule cheerleaders are always in their zone. Whether they're painting signs to preforming at the pep rallies, cheering at the games or getting ready for competitions, the Cheer Squad is always there to lead our team to victory and represent our Wilson pride. Being in the zone all year long was obtained by making sure schedules were up-to-date, practicing for three exhausting hours after school, and still keeping up with school work. "Perhaps the most challenging thing about being in cheer was learning to balance my schedule between cheer and school work", said former JV cheerleader Monique Garcia. For a cheerleader, both body and mind was necessary for being in the zone. The team is very talented, probably the most talented squad ever. They have great attitudes and work ethics. Through all the hard work and dedication, the Varsity Cheer Squad carries Wilson's spirit through the Mule Zone and into the hearts of our school.

1st Place Jamz Regional

2nd Place Jamz Regional

legendary - class of 2018

Jessica Madrigal & Melissa Zepeda

Jessica Madrigal & Melissa Zepeda

Class of 2019 & 2021

Marbelyn Belloso & Breanna Rodriguez

Marbelyn Belloso & Breanna Rodriguez

Class of 2019

Jessica Madrigal & Joanna Hernandez

Jessica Madrigal & Joanna Hernandez

Class of 2019 & 2018

Jeselle Gomez

Jeselle Gomez

Class of 2018

Cassandra Perez

Cassandra Perez

Class of 2020

Patty Covarrubias

Patty Covarrubias

Class of 2018

Melissa Zepeda

Melissa Zepeda

Class of 2021

Diamond Ramos

Diamond Ramos

Class of 2021

Melissa Trujillo

Melissa Trujillo

Class of 2020

Chelsea Ortiz

Chelsea Ortiz

Class of 2018

Lupe Navarro

Lupe Navarro

Class of 2018

Breanna Rodriguez

Breanna Rodriguez

Class of 2019

Kathy Gonzalez

Kathy Gonzalez

Class of 2018

Mia Martinez

Mia Martinez

Class of 2020

Marbelyn Belloso

Marbelyn Belloso

Class of 2019

Sky Meda

Sky Meda

Class of 2019

Diana Ayala

Diana Ayala

Class of 2018

Megan Jardinel

Megan Jardinel

Class of 2018

Joanna Hernandez

Joanna Hernandez

Class of 2018

Yeira Nava

Yeira Nava

Class of 2019

Jessica Madrigal

Jessica Madrigal

Class of 2019

Jeselle Gomez

Jeselle Gomez

Class of 2018

Coach's Message

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Captain's Message

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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 Cheer Program?

What students will learn while on the team including skills, team work, school work, interpersonal skills, and competitions.

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.

Photography provided by:

Michael Sheu

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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4500 Multnomah Street

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Tel: 323-276-1600