ALL STAR CHEERLEADING
Contact Shannon@SummitSportsCenter.com for more information regarding our program!
New Flyer Class!!! (Click HERE to go to the Customer Portal to sign up)
When: April 9th – May 28th from 4:30p-6:00p. The class will meet each Tuesday (with the exception of one week in May due to our All Star Team Placements. That week -May 23rd- the class will meet on Thursday 4:30p-6:00p )
Who should attend this class?: Current/Future Flyers
What will be the focus of this class?: Each week students will go through circuits focusing on flexibility, strength, and balance. Each week we will also have experienced bases & back spots to put the flyers in the air!
Cost?: This class is flat fee of $160.00 for the whole 8 week session. No discounts. Flat fee per student. Please Note: there will be no refunds, credits, or make ups for classes missed due to any reason, including inclement weather.
How do I sign Up?: Log in to your current Customer Portal & click on “Classes & Events” – “Calendar View” – then click on the Flyer Class on the Calendar for April 9th. If you don’t have an online account, go to the home page of our website & click on the top right hand corner on Customer Portal to create your account. Then you will be able to go to “Classes & Events” – “Calendar View” to sign up.
Sign Up Now as registration will close for this class April 9th. We will not be taking “mid-session” sign ups!
More questions?: Please email Shannon@SummitSportsCenter.com for any further questions!
The sport of All-Star Cheerleading has grown immensely from it’s roots over 20 years ago. As stronger and stronger athletes began to recognize that All-Star provided them a way to focus more on teamwork and athleticism the sport began to separate itself from the traditional stereotypes. Teams and athletes in All-Star now focus on gymnastic and acrobatic moves. The hybrid sport of today is a combination of gymnastics, acrobatics, athletic dance, and many elements unique to All-Star.
All-Star teams are typically comprised of 15-36 athletes with a variety of skills and abilities (much like a football or basketball team). The coaches create a competition routine performed by the group that has elements of tumbling, stunting, jumping, dance, and other skills set to music. The routines are typically 2 1/2 minutes in length. At competitions, the teams are divided by age and ability level. The routines are judged by their level of difﬁculty, precision, creativity, and entertainment value.