Tryouts

How do I try out for Rangerettes?

Read all the pre-training documents on our website:  Pre-Training Documents

After reviewing all the documents, you can apply online: Rangerettes Application

If you have questions or difficulties completing the online application, email Rangerette Assistant Director, Shelley Wayne - shelleywayne@rangerette.com

How many tryouts do the Rangerettes have each year?

Once a year in mid July.

How many girls attend Rangerette tryouts?

There is no limit to the number of hopefuls who may attend pre-training and tryout for Rangerettes. Usually, 85-100 girls attend pre-training each year.

Do freshmen Rangerettes have to tryout again to become sophomore Rangerettes?

No.

Who chooses new freshmen Rangerettes?

The Rangerette directors choose all new freshmen Rangerettes with assistance from the returning sophomore class. Outside judges are also brought in to assist in evaluating hopefuls during tryouts.

Is there an age limit to tryout?

No. However, your first year is spent as a freshmen Rangerette regardless of your college grade classification. Also, all Rangerettes are required to live on campus in the Gussie Nell Davis Rangerette Residence.

What do you have to learn for tryouts?

One field high-kick routine, one field jazz routine, and several studio style combinations.

Can I receive an evaluation after pre-training?

Yes. You may request a written evaluation from the end of Pre-Training to August 15th. Requests for evaluations after Aug 11th will not be honored. You must make this request by e-mail to the Director, Dana Blair at: danablair@rangerette.com.

Can I tryout again?

Yes. You may attend annual pre-training and tryouts a maximum of two times, and you must meet the attendance criteria for Kilgore College.

Are scholarships available for Rangerettes?

Every Rangerette receives a partial scholarship each semester. Dance performance scholarships are also available by audition through the school of Fine Arts (Dance Department), as well as scholastic scholarships and many other forms of standard student financial aid.