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What is All Star Novice?

All Star Novice is a program for new athletes who want to learn more about cheerleading and the fundamentals. Having an evaluation setting allows for growth while learning new skills. This progressional program is a great place to start with a smaller financial and time commitment.  While increasing the love for all star cheer. After a season in the novice program, an athlete will feel more comfortable moving on to a competitive division when they feel ready to do so. We believe that all athletes should be able to participate in this sport regardless of cost, which is why we offer scholarships to athletes. If you require a scholarship, please contact owner, Samantha McChesney. Since we offer competitive pricing, if the athlete is switching from another all star novice program, we will match a lower pricing. For quality coaching purposes, our coaches are paid above average local coaching salaries. 

What to expect?

How many members on a team? 5+ males and females

Tumbling Skills Competed: Forward roll, backward roll, handstand, handstand forward roll, cartwheel, round off, backbend kick over, back walkover, front limber, front walkover

Stunting Skills Competed: Ground stunts, below prep level, prep level, double leg, single leg, basic body positions

Monthly Tuition: $100 (there are no additional hidden fees, price breakdown is listed in the contract) Note: If you need financial assistance, we are happy to work with you for your child to be a part of our program!

Uniform: Approximately $120

Age: 3-18 years old

Practices: 1 hour sessions, 2 times per week

Season: November-April

Competitions: 1 invitational championship, 1-2 showcases

Parent Informational Meeting and Registration: During tryout via zoom

Evaluations: Tiny Novice ages 3-6, Wednesday, August 19, 5-545pm. Pre registration is required. Email to sign up for a time block. If unavailable, private evaluations are available- email to schedule. 

Team Placements: August 21, 2020

Team Practices Begin: August 31, 2020


Read the handbook; Submit the contract; Complete registration form, financial obligation form, pre participation screening waiver, and PAR-Q; Make evaluation payment; Make monthly payments, Copy of birth certificate

By evaluations: read the handbook, waiver, evaluation payment, copy of birth certificate

By first practice: contract, monthly payment, set up JackRabbit profile

USASF Levels: 

Level 1R

Tiny: 3-6 years old


Level 1

Mini: 5-8 years old

Youth: 5-11 years old

Junior: 5-14 years old

Senior: 10-18 years old


Level 2

Mini: 5-8 years old

Youth: 5-11 years old

Junior: 5-14 years old

Senior: 10-18 years old


Level 3

Youth: 5-11 years old

Junior: 5-14 years old

Senior: 10-18 years old

How do I sign up?

For any questions or to sign up, click the button below and include the athletes



Program (all star elite, all star prep, etc)

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