Vibrant Bulldog cheerleaders support Waller community


The Waller cheerleaders are a vibrant part of the Waller Independent School District (Waller ISD) community. They hold themselves to a high standard, not only in their performances but also in their academic and disciplinary conduct. Here’s how they support the community:

The cheerleaders’ commitment to excellence in both their sport and their academic life reflects the values of Waller ISD, which emphasizes the importance of supporting not just the school but the broader community as well. They are indeed a team that works hard to perfect their routines and cheers, contributing to the lively and supportive atmosphere at Waller ISD eventsOpens in a new tab..

The Waller High School cheerleaders help raise funds via the advertising in the football program, which the JV cheerleaders sell as fans enter the stadium on home varsity football gamesOpens in a new tab.. Local business owners and managers can reach out to 2024-25 Cheer Booster Club President Beth Breaux to help support the cheerleaders.

Additionally, the cheerleaders participate in the Relay for LifeOpens in a new tab. and donate funds every year, according to the booster club president.

The Waller High School cheerleaders and the Waller PeeWee Football Association cheerleaders group together during the varsity football season opener Friday night. The Waller Bulldog varsity team battles the Bryan Vikings, with the 21-6 decision favoring the Vikings. The Bulldogs next game will be against Mayde Creek in Katy ISD's Legacy Stadium. (photo courtesy RoninVisuals.com)
The Waller High School cheerleaders and the Waller PeeWee Football Association cheerleaders group together during the 2023 varsity football season opener. The Waller Bulldog varsity team battled the Bryan Vikings, with the 21-6 decision favoring the Vikings. (photo courtesy RoninVisuals.com)
Cheer captain Natalie Barish (midair) performs her "pretty girl" basket toss during the third game of the football season. The Waller Bulldogs got a reality check from one of the top ranked teams in Texas, the Montgomery Lake Creek Lions with a 63-24 decision at Montgomery ISD Athletics Complex, Friday, Sept. 8, 2023. (Photo courtesy RoninVisuals.com)
Cheer captain Natalie Barish (midair) performs her “pretty girl” basket toss during the third game of the football season. The Waller Bulldogs got a reality check from one of the top ranked teams in Texas, the Montgomery Lake Creek Lions with a 63-24 decision at Montgomery ISD Athletics Complex, Friday, Sept. 8, 2023. (Photo courtesy RoninVisuals.com)

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