Weiss High School
The Scarlets Dance Team is the varsity dance team at Weiss High School in Pflugerville ISD, established in 2017.
The Scarlets are fiercely competitive, and the members of the team pride themselves on being respectful, dedicated, passionate, and fun-loving!
scarlets DANCE TEAM
Colonel, Molly Duren
Captain, Sarah Vo
President, Alejandra Rodriguez-Vargas
Vice President, Grace Cain
Vice President, Tiffany Ngo
Secretary, Meagan Kingsley
Luna Del Valle
*Four year member
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We are looking for sponsors for the 22-23 school year!
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Scarlets, click the link below or contact the Scarlets Booster Club at email@example.com.
Elise Padilla was born and raised in Austin, TX. She was a Trojan Belle for three years at Anderson High School. After graduating high school, Ms. Padilla attended Kilgore College where she was a Kilgore College Rangerette for two years on the 76th Line. During her time as a Rangerette, Ms. Padilla performed in The 90th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, The 75th Pearl Harbor Commemoration, The Cotton Bowl, Texas State Fair, and Rangerette Revels. Ms. Padilla was also a member of Industry Dance Company, a pre-professional dance company at Kilgore College. After graduating from Kilgore with her Associates in Fine Arts, she attended Texas State University and graduated with the highest of honors in Dance Education. Ms. Padilla served as Assistant Director for the Weiss Scarlets for two years and is excited to continue working with the Weiss Dance Department and Scarlets Dance Team as the Director in her third year of teaching. While Ms. Padilla is not teaching dance, she enjoys spending time with her son Kai and German Shepherd, Akela.
Cellise Brown is from Katy, Texas. She is a recent B.F.A Dance Major and Educational Psychology minor graduate from the University of Texas at Austin. During her time at UT, Cellise participated in several guest and faculty works, had the honor to create a collaborative work in 2020 for the Fine Arts Cohen New Works Festival, and created a main stage work for the Dance Repertory Theater Fall Concert 2021 that was chosen to be shown in the informal concert at the American College Dance Association Convention. Cellise also is Certified to teach R.A.D and Cecchetti Ballet. After graduation, Cellise plans to use both her knowledge and skills she acquired as part of UT's UTeach Program as well as her passion for dance to inspire the next generation of artists.