2018 - 2019 Golden Girls Try-Outs
To all hopeful future Golden Girls: We will be holding a mandatory information meeting on Monday March 19, 2018 in the Conroe High School cafeteria. Any student who will be in the 9th - 12th grade for the 2018-2019 school year may attend.
The try-out clinic will be held Tuesday March 20 - March 22 , with tryouts on Friday March 23rd. More information will follow in the coming days.
To be a Golden Girl means being part of a legacy that goes back over 45 years. Being a Golden Girl makes many demands upon the family involved in terms of time, money, and emotional involvement, but you will find it a rewarding and enriching experience.
Golden Girls is a team activity, for both the dancers and their parents. Dancers must commit to be present for rehearsals and performance year around. A Golden Girl does not have an off season. Parents are asked to give their time to work at various fundraising activities and events.
Every effort is made to keep expenses reasonable, but there are considerable costs associated with Golden Girls. These expenses include uniforms, camp, booster club dues, and miscellaneous expenses throughout the year. Parents and dancers must agree to abide by the financial responsibilities required of a Golden Girl. In an effort to ease the financial burden, the Golden Girls Booster Club holds various fundraisers to help defray expenses. Each girl and her family must support these events by giving of their time and talents.
If you feel like you can uphold the high standards of being a Golden Girl, we invite you to come to our informational meeting on March 19th.
2018 Golden Girls Cowboy Supper
The 2018 Conroe High School Golden Girls would like to say thank you to all of our sponsors, as well as the individuals and companies that provided donations for our Cowboy Supper. We are grateful to the support of our community.
Twisted Paintball * D'Licious Eats * Flemings Steak House * Boot Barn * Donna Bailey Sallie Campbell * Alicia Tabor * Trulucks * Rudy's Country Store & BBQ * Conroe H.S. Student Council * Conroe H. S. Athletics Dept. * Houston Astros * Starbucks * Vera Bradley * Kendra Scott * Richard Zambrano - Massages by Richard * Hello Beautiful Boutique * The Null Family *
2017 Winter Workshop Photos - Password WW2017
2017 Jr. Golden Girl photos - Password jrgg2017
2016 Winter Workshop and Jr. Golden Girl photos are still available:
2016 Winter Workshop Password: WW2016
2016 Jr. Golden Girls Password: jrgg2016
Ms. Brittany Reilly, Director and Ms. Macy Lopez, Assistant Director
Please join us in welcoming our new CHS Golden Girls Directors, Ms. Brittany Reilly and Ms. Macy Lopez.
Ms. Reilly is a graduate from Elkins High School in Fort Bend ISD where she was a member of the Elkins Elite Dance Team. Ms. Reilly held the position of Junior Lieutenant and was selected as Head Captain her senior year. After High School, Ms. Reilly attended Texas State University and attained a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Education. While attending Texas State University, Ms. Reilly was an active member of the Texas State University’s Dance Department, her sorority Zeta Tau Alpha, and served as a three-year member of the world-famous Texas State University Strutters. While on Strutters, Ms. Reilly performed on the Mariner of the Seas Carnival Cruise Line and in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Ms. Reilly was first hired in Klein ISD upon graduating from Texas State University in May 2014. Ms. Reilly worked with the Klein Forest High School Golddusters as an assistant director from 2014-2015. After finishing her first year of teaching in Klein ISD, Ms. Reilly moved to Houston ISD to teach at Pin Oak Middle School in Bellaire where she was head director of the Pin Oak Middle School Co-ed Dance Company & Crew for two years while teaching middle school level dance classes throughout the school day. Ms. Reilly taught in Houston ISD from 2015-2017. Ms. Reilly is certified to teach dance and P.E. from kindergarten - 12th grade. Ms. Reilly is a four-year member of the Texas Dance Educators Association. Ms. Reilly is excited to be the newly hired head director of the Conroe High School Golden Girls. It has always been Ms. Reilly’s dream to be a head director for a high school dance team.
Ms. Lopez is a graduate from Pearland High School where she was a member of the Pearland High School Prancer Dance Team. After High School Ms. Lopez attended Texas State University to pursue a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance. While attending Texas State University she also served as a three-year member of the world-famous Texas State University Stutters.