A brief overview of comeptitive cheerleading today....
Cheerleading has evolved quite a bit since it first came around in the 1920's. It began as an all-male program that in a few short decades has spread to almost ever school, college and university across the nation and even world-wide. In the last decade the world of cheerleading has grown into an well-organized sport with opportunities for all ages and ability levels. Recreational cheerleaing programs like those offered in local communities through football programs and other sports are fun and a great introduction to the basics of cheerelading. Jr. High, High School and College cheerleading programs do their best work supporting the schools and athletes they represent. A lot of these programs have begun to offer competitive teams and many colleges offer scholarships for these athletes. Competitive Cheerleading is the sport that cheerleading has evolved into.
Today All-Star (competitive) cheerleading is common in every state and is now practiced in dozens of countries around the world. Because of its popularity it has been divided and sub divided into several different divisions and levels. The divisions: Tiny, Mini, Youth, Junior, & Senior, refer to the age of the athletes on the team. Age for this season is based on how old the athlete will be as of August 31st 2013. Levels refer to the ablilty of the athletes competing. Competitive Cheerelading is split into 6 different levels of ability with level 1 being the easiest level and 6 being the most difficult.
At Grand Cheer we pride ourselves on the trained perfection of each athlete and creative choreography of each routine. Our Nationally ranked teams compete at the most prestigious events around the Nation. For the past 7 years we have attended such events as United Cheer Nationals, Cheer Power Nationals, NCA National Championship in Dallas, CheerPower Nationals and Cheer America Nationals. This season we are again looking forward to raising the bar with new and innovative choreography that will have you thinking GRAND! For more information on our program or how to become a Grand Cheer athlete please see the information below or call Casey at (281) 371-3775.
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Thank you for everyone that participated in our 2014 Registration!
A WINNING TRADITION CONTINUES with 8 National Titles this season...
Cheer Power Regionals
Youth 1 Team - 4th out of 8
Junior 2 Team - 3rd out of 8
Senior Coed 3 - 3rd out of 7
United Cheer Regionals
Youth 1 - 3rd
Junior 2 - Regional Champion
Senior Coed 3 - Regional Champion
Cheer Power Cash Bash
Junior 2 - National Champion - High Point & Paid Summit Bid Winners
Senior Coed 3 - 2nd out of 3 teams
Cheer America Nationals
Youth 1 Team - National Champion
Junior 2 Team - National Champion
Senior Coed 3 Team - National Champion
Cheer Power Nationals - San Antonio
Youth 1 - 2nd out of 6
Junior 2 - 4th out of 10
Senior Coed 3 - 4th out of 10
United Cheer Nationals - Galveston
Youth 1 Team - 3rd out of 6
Junior 2 Team - National Champions
Senior Coed 3 - National Champions
NCA Nationals - Dallas
Youth Team - 4th out of 16
Junior Team - National Champions
Senior Team - National Champions
United Cheer December 8th
Youth Team - 3rd out of 5
Senior Team - 3rd out of 3
CheerSport December 9th
Youth Team - 3rd out of 3
Senior Team - 2nd out of 4
CheerPower Cash Bash Jan 12th & 13th
Youth Team - National Champion out of 9 teams -High Point Level 1
Senior Team - National Champion out of 7 teams -High Point Level 2
WSA Regional Champoinship
Youth Team - Regional Champion & High Point out of 6
Senior Team - 5th out of 7
Cheer America Naitonals Feb 2nd-3rd
Youth Team - 2nd out of 7 teams - Best Stunt Award
Senior Team - 2nd out of 7 teams - Best Stunt Award
CheerPower Nationals - Feb 9th & 10th
Youth Team - 2nd out of 8 teams
Senior Team - National Champion - out of 6 teams- At Large Bid to The Summit
United Cheer Nationals - Feb 16th & 17th
Youth Team - National Champ, Grand Champ, Best Performance
Senior Team - National Champ, Grand Champ, Best Performance- TOP SCORE of The Day!