“Photos / Videos”
Missed a pep rally? Click here to see HP Cheer in action! View pep rally routines and Scotsmen skits from this fall. (video credit to Leighton Video Productions)
“100 Years of Cheer”
Check out the earliest cheerleaders and many more in amazing photos of one of HP’s oldest traditions! From 1914 – 2014 we are proud to support the student body of Highland Park High School and the surrounding community. Click here to view the Centennial photos.
“In the Community”
Highland Park Cheerleaders & Scotsmen do more than just cheer on the sidelines. Check out photos from some of the community events we support in your backyard! Click here, to view Community Events.
Who will be our next cheerleaders? Click here Your aspiring cheerleader won’t want to miss our mini camp in February! Don’t forget about our coveted “Cheerleader for a Day” spots and birthday party fun! Email us on our contact page to learn all about HP Cheer!
Every fall the HPHS Cheerleaders & Scotsmen host their Annual Hamburger Supper. This popular community event takes place in the school cafeteria before the Homecoming Game at Highlander stadium. Come check out the amazing raffle baskets while you enjoy the famous burgers and fries from Jack’s Burger House and yogurt from Plaza Health Foods. Tickets will be $8 in advance and $9 at the door. Dine in is from 5-7 p.m. and take out is from 4:30-6. Come support HP Cheer!
Our mini-camp is named in honor of former HP cheerleader Elizabeth Toon, who was tragically killed by a hit-and-run driver in 2006 at age 22. Elizabeth had a joyful and blessed life and touched others with her awe-inspiring faith, love and kindness. Elizabeth’s dream of being the salt and light for children in need lives on through Elizabeth Toon Charities.
Toon Mini Camp
The Elizabeth Toon Mini-Camp will be held February 7th from 2-4:30 p.m. at the HPHS gym. All elementary age girls are invited to attend this popular one day camp which honors the memory of former cheerleader, Elizabeth Toon. Click here to fill out a registration form. 10% of the camp proceeds are donated to the Elizabeth Toon Foundation.