American Cheer Elite has established and stands behind the following 5 values to promote the mental and physical development of youth.
1. Emphasize the cruciality of creating an encouraging environment for athletes.
2. Enrich the spiritual, mental, and physical development of youth.
3. Educate and properly train athletes in the mechanics of cheerleading.
4. Explore levels with creativity and innovation.
5. Exceed limitations.
Wanting to reach the next level in cheerleading? Allowing athletes to train and compete in a team environment, All-Star cheer is an exciting world where athletes travel to perform on national stages.
An evaluation is required to be placed on a team. However, every athlete who is evaluated will receive a placement. Team level and age division are dependent on our evaluation process.
Great for beginner athletes! Athletes will use drills and stations to develop fundamental strength and knowledge needed for tumbling
Level 2/3 Tumbling
For athletes looking to work back handsprings and/or back tucks. Athletes use drills and stations to develop the skills needed to perfect their handspring and begin working their back tucks as well as combo passes.
Prerequisite: Back Walkover
Level 4/5 Tumbling
Athletes will begin working layouts and/or twisting skills. In addition, athletes will work to incorporate standing skills to layouts, punch fronts, aerials, and whips into passes.
Prerequisite: Back Tuck
This class is a jam-packed hour designed to teach the basics of cheerleading including stunting, jumping, and tumbling. A perfect fit for anyone looking for a taste of the sport of cheerleading.
Incorporate dynamic, static and passive partner stretching to improve the flexibility of athletes. Athletes will work on and perfect the ability to pull and hold body positions. Required for all-star flyers.
Our classes are built on a four-tier system. Red = Beginner, White = Intermediate, and Blue = Advanced, Navy = Necessary skills for next program, but does not meet age requirement. If you are uncertain about which class to join, please call to visit with us about placement or an evaluation.
Our policy at AAGA is to offer 2 makeups per session for recreational classes. If your athlete misses class, you are able to attend an Open Gym free of charge. Come to the Gym during open gym time and talk to the Front Desk about making up a class. We do not make up missed classes in another instructional class. *Different policy applies if the Gym is closed for a Holiday.
No, barefoot is best! Except for Ninja Core classes – socks and shoes are required for Ninja Core.
Our recreational students are welcome to wear a leotard or any clothing that is comfortable to move around in. Please avoid baggy clothing as that can get in the way when your child is on the equipment. Please avoid articles of clothing that have zippers, snaps, and/or buttons, or require a belt.
If your athlete is enrolled in multiple classes we offer a 30% discount for the second class.
If you have siblings enrolled on the same account, the additional athlete’s classes are discounted 5%.
Our classes are billed on a 4-week cycle at AAGA. We always bill on Mondays. Here is a template of our schedule. Please let us know if you have further questions!
Week 0: The Monday of the week prior to the session begins you will be charged for weeks 1-4
Week 4: You will be charged for the next four weeks of the session (weeks 5-8). This charge will be applied Monday of week 4.
If there is only one child in attendance, the class will be half of the scheduled time. This is for your child’s safety, performance & recovery!
At the beginning of the session, if a class has fewer than 3 children enrolled AAGA reserves the right to cancel the class.
First, we love feedback! If you are unsatisfied with an experience at AAGA, we want to make it right. However, if for some reason you to need to end a session early, AAGA needs a written notification! You will be required to pay a $50 cancellation fee with the request.
When you register for a session at AAGA, you are financially responsible for the entirety. Sessions schedules are as follows: Fall 2021: August 30th to December 18th. Winter/Spring 2022: January 3rd to May 21st. Summer 2022: May 23rd to August 13th.
You can enroll in the class at any time and tuition will be prorated.