Participants must print and bring online confirmation to clinics. Clinic participants will be divided into learning groups on the day of the clinic.
Participants must be at least seven 7 years of age by March 17th. Participants must not be older than seventeen 17 years of age by March 17th.
Fun games and group cheers are used to develop cheer skills in body control, projection, poise and confidence. We prepare them for sports! The feedback we get from the parents of kids who have been through our program has been very enthusiastic, especially in regards to preparing them for more advanced recreational and competitive participation. We consistently hear that the kids go into the early stages of programs as being very advanced compared to the other participants. Classes meet once per week.
Each class lasts 50 minutes. Classes are positive and non-competitive! Children should wear loose fitting clothing and sneakers and bring a water bottle. Please no sandals or dress shoes. New participants are welcome to join anytime for prorated cost. Prorated costs are calculated by the number of classes left in the session and NOT by the number of classes a customer can attend.
Our programs are not drop-off classes. Parents or caregivers of all participants must stay on-site during classes in case your child needs assistance. Younger siblings are welcome to observe the class but for safety reasons we cannot allow these younger children to walk and crawl around the field and play with equipment in the same area as the class. If you wish, you may ask the instructor for some equipment for the child to play with in another area where classes are not being conducted.
Cheers and taunts are both used during sporting competitions and the major difference between the two is that cheers have a longer prose than taunts. Another goal of a cheerleading squad during a sporting event is to taunt the other team and cause them to lose spirit.
Children who cheer must learn how to brag on the sports team that they represent and their cheerleading squad. Keep in mind this tactic is done to cause an opponent and their fans to lose spirit.
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