Weatherford High School

Congratulations to Sadie Tharp & Olivia Christmas who placed at the Cross Country State Meet! Also, way to go Lady Roo Volleyball - Area Champs! Come cheer for them on Tuesday night in Burleson at their next playoff game. #RooPride

Meet the 2014 WHS Homecoming Court

Robbie Cocke

Tell us about yourself.

I like to listen to oldies music and Styx is my favorite band. My favorite radio station is 98.7 KLUV. I like to sing in choir and my favorite songs.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

It is where I chose to live. It is my home. It is my High School where I am proud to be a Roo.

How are you involved at WHS?

Student Leadership, Choir, P.E, and helping to keep our cafeteria clean. I also deliver Meals on Wheels and work at a local church.



Aaron Garcia

Tell us about yourself.

Aaron Garcia is the son of Janita Garcia. He is a photographer/ cinematographer also he is a PR specialist for WHS.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford means so much to me. If I would of never moved here 8 years ago I would have never discovered my passion for taking pictures and making videos. I would have never have been given the change to be of such a big chance with school starting a PR program.

How are you involved at WHS?

PR specialist for WHS. Photographer/ cinematographer class officer for the senior class. Prom committee, bell guard.



Alex Hammett

Tell us about yourself.

I’m Alex Hammett and I’m a senior this year.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford is a big family that’s all comes together as one.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am in the FFA and I’m one of the rally boys in the Pep Rallies.



Bryant Huggins

Tell us about yourself.

I am a Catholic and I am involved in many things.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford is home to me. It’s the place in which I’ve grown up and a place where I’m to proud to be a part of.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am the Secretary of Student Council, the Class of 2015 President, WHS Vice President, on Whiz Quiz, play Soccer, and do Theatre.



Alan Prince

Tell us about yourself.

I like wrestling, swimming, running, wakeboarding, going to church, and hanging out with my friends. I want to go to Texas A&M.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford is the place in which I have lived for most of my life. So, I would definitely call it my home, and it will always be the place that I tell people I am from. I love this town and I always will. #ROOFEVER

How are you involved at WHS?

I am involved with Roo Crew, Wrestling, Cross Country, Track, and Band.




Nathan Werts

Tell us about yourself.

I like long walks on the beach.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

It’s a welcoming place that is appreciated to call home, and I will always be honored to be a part of.

How are you involved at WHS?

Basketball, Track, NHS, Senior Class VP


Lauren Bragg

Tell us about yourself.

I am the daughter of Val and Juel Bragg. I love photography and traveling the World. I hope to attend Baylor University in the fall.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford has given me a place to call home and to grow as a person.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am the captain of the WHS Blue Belles. I am also part of the yearbook staff.


Paulie Cocke

Tell us about yourself.

I am the president of FFA, Varsity Cheer Captain, and a musical theatre nerd who likes to cook.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Considering how the teachers and student have built me into who I am today, Weatherford means the world to me.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am a member of student council, I am captain of the cheer team, and president over our FFA organization at the school. I also hold the secretary position of our thespian society.


Brittney Copeland

Tell us about yourself.

I’m the editor of this year’s Melon Vine. I am involved in Grass Burr and Student Council, and I love cats…AND Ali Chehade. I’m one of the craziest people you’ll ever meet.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford was the second place I’ve lived, but it is the first place I have really considered home. I love being a Roo more than anything else.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am this years Yearbook editor, I’m highly involved in the Grass Burr and Public Relations. I am a member of Student Council and National Honors Society.


Willow Griffith

Tell us about yourself.

I’m a senior at WHS, and I have so much love in my heart for people. Being a good Samaritan is something I try to do everyday. I’m pretty weird, but I have a lot of friends, so I guess I’m doing something right.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford is home. I love representing my town by wearing blue every Friday. “One town, one team, one family” means so much to me because we are all in this together. I couldn’t ever imagine being anywhere but here in Weatherford, America.

How are you involved at WHS?

I’m on the varsity tennis team. I support our football team by cheering them on in Roo Crew every Friday. I’m in student council, the Outreach club, and I try my best, one day at a time, to make WHS a better place.


Kristin Kelley

Tell us about yourself.

My name is Kristin Kelley, I am a senior at Weatherford High School and I am 17 years old. I have two sisters and live with both of my parents. I am committed to play soccer at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, then majoring in pre-med to become a dentist. I am surrounded by great people everyday at school who always strive to do their best.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford means a lot to me because I have lived here since the second grade and I have grown up with a number of great friends. Weatherford High School is a great place for my education and I have truly learned a lot about myself while being here, which in return has prepared me for college in a great way. This is a wonderful city and I am so blessed to live in such a great place.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am involved with the student council, NHS, and also play on the Varsity Soccer team. I support all of my friends and always do my very best to be as helpful as possible to the people around me. I am also involved in a club called Deeper Roots where we study the Bible and are able to grow in our faith.


Agusta Little

Tell us about yourself.

I am originally from Montana. I plan on going into the Air Force and working as an aerospace engineer.

What does Weatherford mean to you?

Weatherford mean a lot to me. While it is not my original home, it has been my home for many years.

How are you involved at WHS?

I am a member of the National Tech Honor Society and have been a part of HST and HOSA for 3 years.