Are You 100 percent Sure you are joining the right team? Make sure before you sign up for the whole year!
There are many cheerleading teams in our Lethbridge community. All will offer different perks to attract athletes to commit to their team, but before you do, make sure you are joining the right one. Our advice at Extreme Cheer Sensation is to be sure you have done your research about all of Lethbridge's teams. Make sure you are committing to the one that is right for you! Each team, whether school or all star, will have different dates for try outs. Some will be earlier than others and you want to make sure that even if you do try out for more than one team, you do not sign a year long commitment to a team, before you are 100% sure it is the right place for you or your child to be! It is always better to explore your options than make an uneducated decision that you might regret. Cheerleading is a big commitment and at Extreme Cheer Sensation, we stress the importance of fulfilling all commitments to practices, but we want all of our Lethbridge cheerleaders to make sure they are committing to the team that is best for them! Do not sign a financial obligation until you know for sure!
Things to consider before joining a team:
- Are my coaches ACA & USASF, first aid and respect in sport certified ?
- Do they have experience coaching this sport? Training in this sport?
-Am I happy with the quality of the equipment/uniforms etc...
-Am I getting what I am paying for? Will we get an appropriate amount of floor time/training time etc...
-Am I comfortable with the customer service and policy procedures?
-Do the events and travel plans for the upcoming year meet my expectations?
-Am I joining an organized and efficiently run team?
-Are the parent and athletes okay with the level of commitment required?
Don't let any early try out dates get you too excited
and potentially miss out on something better!
Lastly, any girls who want to cheer on a middle school team can ALSO cheer for an all star team and we encourage it, as long as there aren't any practice conflicts. The ACA rules state that high school teams cannot do both. :)
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