2021-2022 Season Evaluations are here!
Once registered, we will send out specific information on how to book your small group evaluation session. New to the area? We are able to accept video tryouts for new members who have not yet moved to the area! We will begin booking specific evaluation days/times in early May. We anticipate evaluations will be in groups of 10-20 athletes.
Our main evaluation window is May 17-21st. We can do early evaluations upon request.
No experience is necessary in order to Tryout. All athletes are placed on teams based on their age and skill abilities (including athletes new to cheer). There is a team for everyone!
Evaluation/Registration Questions? Email: email@example.com
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TINYS (ages 5-6) – Our youngest teams, this is where athletes can begin the first year or two of their cheer career. We teach the very basics of competitive cheer from motions, being sharp, to performing in front of an audience with the music. Tiny teams are most often exhibition teams, however, they can be competitive in some instances.
FULL YEAR (ages 5-18) –Full Year teams will train the same as our Summit/Worlds teams, compete in prep or novice divisions and may attend various end of season events they qualify for (U.S. Finals, etc). These teams generally compete locally (4 hours or less travel time) and practice an average of 4-6 hours per week.
SUMMIT FULL YEAR (ages 5-18) – Elite Teams compete in the Elite and International division tiers and can span multiple age groups (Youth/Junior/Senior/Open) and levels (1-6). They generally compete in multiple travel events with a goal of earning a bid to the Summit in Orlando (or Regional Summit for Youth age teams). Summit eligible teams practice an average of 6 hours per week and are expected to practice/attend extra when deemed necessary.
WORLDS (ages 13+) – Worlds Teams are our highest and most competitive teams. These athletes will compete nationally to earn a bid to compete at The Cheerleading World Championships! World teams practice an average of 6+ hours per week and are expected to practice/attend extra when deemed necessary.
If your athlete is not quite ready for a full year team, we also have other options they can be involved with to train within our program.
CLASSES (ages 3+) – We have a variety of classes ranging from beginner to advanced: cheerleading, tumbling, flexibility training, and stunt classes. If your athlete prefers one on one coaching, Private Lessons can also be a great tool to help progress the skills of your athlete.
HALF YEAR (ages 5-18) – Half Year teams are a great way for your athlete to get a feel or competition cheer with less commitment than our Full Year Teams. Half Year teams compete locally and the season runs November through May.