Crimsonettes

Carrying on the tradition of ‘Crimsonette High’


Shown are Crimsonettes Haleigh Ingle (left) and Julia Nolen, former FCHS majorettes, as they posed for a picture during band practice.

Haleigh Ingle and Julia Nolen are carrying on a proud tradition of majorettes from Fayette County High School twirling for the Million Dollar Band at The University of Alabama. No other high school has produced more Crimsonettes than Fayette County High School, earning FCHS the well-deserved title of “Crimsonette High.”

The tradition continues


Shown from left are the 2018 Crimsonettes from FCHS: Lindsey Yerby, Anna Greene, Julia Nolen and Jalyn Musgrove.

Fayette County High School has a long-standing tradition of having more Crimsonettes annually at the University of Alabama than any other school. That tradition continues this season.

Continuing the tradition of Crimsonette High


Shown from left are: Anna Greene, Julia Nolen, Lindsey Yerby and Jalyn Musgrove. Greene, Yerby and Musgrove are returning veterans for the Crimsonettes, while Nolen is a graduating senior at FCHS.

Tryouts for the University of Alabama Crimsonettes were held on Saturday, April 28 and four former Fayette County High School majorettes will be on the 2018-19 squad.  Through the years, Fayette County High School has produced more Crimsonettes than any other high school, earning the school the well-deserved nickname, “Crimsonette High.”