Drill

McCall Scott- Head Coach

e-mail- mccall.scott@wasatch.edu

McCall Scott holds a wealth of experience in the Performing Arts. Dancing and performing have been a major part of her life since the age of 3. She has trained and performed all over the Western United States learning from masters such as Mia Michaels, Joe Tremaine, Wade Robson & Rire Woodbury. McCall has danced in many commercials, conventions and fashion shows. She is New York City Ballet Certified and has been teaching dance for over 15 years from Southern Utah to Las Vegas, where she taught at the prestigious Bunker Dance Center and now in Heber. Whether it’s jazz, contemporary, tap, musical theater or cheer, McCall’s choreography has won numerous first place awards throughout regional, state and national competitions.

While living in Cedar, McCall was successful as a dance team coach on both the High School and College level. As the head coach at Cedar High School, her drill team earned several Region & State Championship titles. She worked for 6 years as Head Coach of the SUU Waukeenyans. McCall has earned pageant experience by serving on the Board of Directors for both the Miss Southern Utah & the Miss Iron County Pageants.

McCall moved to Heber 5 years ago with her husband Jaren, sons Cooper & Porter and daughter Harper, and has continued her involvement in dance and cheer. She is currently teaches at Wasatch Dance Center as Director of the Club program & continues to work with several drill & cheer teams. She & her husband own & run a CrossFit gym (CrossFit Vapor) in Heber & enjoy staying active in their spare time. McCall could’t be more excited to be the coach of the Waspettes.

Alexis Rogers- Assistant Coach

E-mail- hairbyalexisrogers@gmail.com

Alexis was classically trained in ballet for 12 years until she attended Jordan high school where she was a three year member and Co-captain of the drill team. She then went on to dance at a collegiate level at Southern Utah University as a Waukeenyan for one year before transfering to the University of Utah and completing her Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion and Education with an emphasis in secondary education. She moved to Heber in 2013 after her husband became a firefighter/paramedic in Park City.  Although she briefly stepped away from the dancing world to have two little boys she is so thrilled to be back. “I love this communtiy and I am so excited to be part of this team. I get to live out one of my passions while positively influencing these young girls. Not to mention I get to work along side my college dance coach. McCall is going to great things for this program.”