Wearing their traditional red, white, and blue uniform, the Kilgore College Rangerettes are a non-coed, precision dance/drill team that has exhibited an “all-American image” since 1940. The Rangerettes are dedicated to maintaining the core values of the community and presenting family friendly entertainment for all ages. As the founders of precision dance/drill, they are known for their consistency and uniformity in dance and in appearance. Thus, all team members must dress exactly alike with no exceptions. Since uniformity is key to the Rangerettes’ dance style and tradition, hair length, hair-style, make-up, and the traditional Rangerette uniform are standardized to achieve this goal. Information regarding Rangerette tryouts and opportunities to apply for a manager, a manager/performer, or the voice position are available on the Rangerette.com website.
Are Rangerettes required to live on campus?
Yes. All Rangerettes (even local East Texas residents) reside in the Gussie Nell Davis Rangerette Residence on the Kilgore College campus during the school year.
What are the academic standards for Rangerette team members?
All Rangerettes must enroll for fourteen (14) hours and successfully complete, twelve (12) semester credit hours of classes each and every semester, and maintain a 2.50 grade point average (GPA). Failure to maintain academic eligibility will result in performance suspension or dismissal from the team.
What is the Rangerette practice schedule?
Rangerettes meets during a regular class time of 1:30-4:30 PM, M-F. Additional rehearsals are scheduled on an as needed basis, but with due consideration to the fact that Rangerettes are full-time college students.
Do the Rangerettes travel abroad every year?
No. The Rangerettes usually travel on a major performance event every two years. These trips may be overseas, but are more often within the U.S.
How do I contact the Rangerette organization?
Contact us by phone at (903) 983-8273, or send us a message online here.