OHS Cheer Squad
The Oxford High cheerleaders serve multiple roles in our school and community. Not only are we athletes, but we also serve as crowd leaders at games and spirit raisers throughout our school. We are ambassadors on campus and in the city of Oxford. We strive to set a good example for other students and especially children.OHS Competitive Cheerleaders won the 2017 National Championship in the Medium Game Day division at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship!
OHS & OMS Cheer Tryouts 2020
The 2020 tryout schedule is as follows:
- OMS Informational Meeting
Monday, February 3 at 6:00 p.m.
OMS Lecture Center
- OHS Informational Meeting
Wednesday, February 5 at 6:00 p.m.
- OHS & OMS Tryout Clinics
Wednesday, March 18 & Thursday, March 19
4:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. each night
- OHS & OMS Tryouts
Friday, March 20 at 4:00 p.m.
- OMS Informational Meeting
OHS Cheer Receives Camp’s Most Prestigious Award
Front row, left to right (all seniors): Julia Tann, Lucy Case, Ann Michael Armstrong, Cofield Collins, Abbi Lay, Christina Evans, Lauren Nelson, and Makyla Brannon. Middle row, left to right: Mary Mac Parnell, Beckham McCord, Hope Blount, Celie Rayburn, Gracie Bourne, Ansley McDaniel, Ella Tosh, and Ramey Bailey. Back row, left to right: Callie Grace Schmelzer, Jessica Brazell, Saylie Parker Miller, Katherine Estes, Ellie Baker, Mikaela Moore, Cayden Luke, Addie Wicker, and mascot Pearson Stevens. Not pictured: Lyla Huggins.
Oxford, Mississippi (June 24, 2019) — The Oxford High School Varsity cheerleading squad attended camp at The University of Mississippi on June 20-23 alongside twenty-six cheerleading squads from 6 states, Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky. At this Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) camp, cheerleading squads spend three days learning new routines in various categories to compete on the last day of camp: Rally Routine, Cheer, Sideline, and Game Day. The OHS Chargers were recipients of all Superiors in their daily evaluations and were invited to participate in the 2019 Citrus Bowl half-time show. The Chargers brought home hardware in several categories:
- Leadership Award – most prestigious award given at camp and voted on by all squads in attendance
- Rally Routine – 1st Place Champion
- Cheer – 2nd place
- Spirit Stick – every day
- All-American – 7 seniors selected for the opportunity to attend the London, England New Year's Day parade: Ann Michael Armstrong, Makyla Brannon, Lucy Case, Cofield Collins, Christina Evans, Lauren Nelson, and Julia Tann.
- Jump Off Winner – Makyla Brannon
- Mascot Leadership & Jump Off Winner – Pearson Stevens
- Pin It Forward Awards – Recognized for a quality that has made them stand out: Ansley McDaniel, Beckham McCord, Mary Mac Parnell, and Julia Tann.
“I am so proud of these girls, they worked tirelessly and stayed focused. We were proud to welcome all the other squads to our city! We are looking forward to a great year!” said Cheer Sponsor, Mylene Cromwell.