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Cheer Craze All Stars continues to be a leader in the All-Star industry as a D2 gym member with the USASF. We are in the top 10 D2 gyms in the nation, holding 4 D2Summit Championships and several top 10 finalists. We continue to push the boundaries in our industry and represent the small town of Asheboro, NC. We pride ourselves in being trendsetters and providing quality instruction in a small family environment. We may arrive unknown, but we leave unforgettable! It is our mission that each athlete will develop socially through practice and competition, physically through hard work, and psychologically through increased self-confidence, self-esteem, and emotional maturity.
What exactly is All-Star Cheerleading?
All-Star cheerleading is a sports activity that combines elements of tumbling, dance, stunting, and traditional cheerleading skills such as jumps and arm motions.
How are the teams configured?
Teams consist of up to 38 athletes performing fast-paced, exciting, and professionally choreographed 2½ minute routines set to music. Teams are set up by age-group and skill. For a general rule of thumb: CCA offers Prep teams and Elite teams; so there is a team for everyone! Tiny Level teams consist of ages 5-8 years old. Youth Level teams consist of ages 5-11 years old. Junior Level teams consist of members 7-14 years old. Senior Level teams consist of ages 12-18 years old. Senior Worlds Division teams consist of ages 13-18 years old. Open Worlds Division teams consist of ages 12-Adults Teams compete at 6 difficulty levels ranging from level 1 for beginners, up to level 6 for athletes with advanced skills. Our training goal is to help kids progress through all 6 levels in a safe and confident manner. It is normal and recommended for athletes to do more than one year on a level to be successful and well rounded.
How often do you practice and compete?
All-Star teams compete against other All-Star gyms from across the region and the country between November and May each year, with most teams attending between 5 to 7 competitions. Team schedules can vary. Teams practice 2 days a week for an average of 1 to 3 hours each practice. The season runs from tryouts in June until the last competition in April or May.
Allstar Cheer is for Everyone
All-Star is also a co-ed activity and is great for boys as well as girls. Some teams compete exclusively in co-ed divisions and some in all-girl divisions. We have many boys that play football for high school and continue to cheer in colleges around the country. All-Star teams are great for developing healthy nutrition, flexibility, coordination, time management, self-confidence and self-esteem as well as developing positive life skills, personal values, sportsmanship, and teamwork.