Cheer Teams


All Star Cheer, or competitive cheerleading, is a sport that is blossoming around the world. Our 2.5-minute routines are fast-paced and packed full of flipping, lifting, spinning, and FUN! Athletes are trained in stunts, tumbling, jumps, dance, performance, and showmanship to put on a show and fight for the right to call themselves a champion.

All Star Cheer develops strength, poise, and confidence in athletes of all ages. It teaches grit, resilience, teamwork, athleticism, and the power of shared goals. It builds bonds for life and allows kids to be part of something bigger than themselves. Come see for yourself how competitive cheerleading has evolved and join a community dedicated to raising the next generation of leaders!


Planning on joining one of our All Star teams for Season 7? Don’t wait until tryouts – join our Spring Training program and get a head start for next year! Build new skills, get to know our coaches and other Hero athletes, and gain more confidence going into Team Placements.

We LOVE to have more time getting to know our athletes ahead of team placements – this helps us build strong and successful teams every year! You’ll go to spring training with kids around your age and level, and work on stunting, tumbling, jumps, and performance. Spring Training this year will open in Session 9 (April 21st-May 25th), and fill up as our current competitive teams finish their seasons. The schedule varies by age/level – reach out for more info!

All Star Teams For Every Athlete


All Star Prep Cheer is designed to allow more athletes the opportunity to experience and participate in All Star Cheer. It is a fun introduction to competitive cheer for athletes who are new to cheer or have minimal experience. Prep level cheer is also a good option for athletes and families who would prefer less of a time commitment and lower cost. Practices will focus on skill-building, learning choreography, and routine preparation. The performance opportunities for this program will focus on gaining confidence, performing in front of a crowd, and learning how to work toward common goals as a team.


These teams train year-round and compete at regional and national events from December through April. Team placements are in May. There are elite team options for many ages and skill levels, and even beginner athletes with little to no cheer experience can be successful on an elite team. In addition to quality technical training in tumbling, stunts, jumps, and more, these athletes learn how to be resilient, what it means to have courage, how to hold themselves and others accountable, how to effectively contribute to a team, and what it means to push themselves beyond what they believe they’re capable of.

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