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2023-2024Elite Team Evaluationsand PlacementsMay 20-21, 2023Prep Team Evaluationsand PlacementDecember 9-10, 2023Novice TeamSession 1: Aug-DecSession 2: Jan-Apr


Our award-winning program has provided unique opportunities for talented athletes to perform together on the national scene since 1995.  We incorporate given talent into memorable performances throughout the season.  Proper mindset is applied encouraging members to focus, learn quickly, practice efficiently and peak at the right time! 

We have re-imagined the Super All Star program and expanded our vision to include many more choices to fit your cheerleading interests -- Summer Skills Training & Camp, Full & Partial Season team options covering Novice, Prep & Elite level experiences  -- All training in our brand new SuperCDA Athletics gym in Downers Grove, IL.

2023-2024 SEASON

Elite Youth & Junior Teams
Evaluations and Placements

May 20-21, 2023

Senior Elite 1/4 Season
Evaluations and Placements
October 8, 2023

Prep Teams
Evaluations and Placements 

December 9-10, 2023

Senior Prep Non-Summit
February 4, 2024

Novice Teams
Session 1: Aug-Dec
Session 2: Jan-Apr


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2023-2024 SEASON INFO

All Star Cheer is a high energy, team-based, performance sport that is athletic, artistic and acrobatic. It involves athletes competing with a 2 and a 1/2 minute routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dance and cheer segments.

While some skills are individually developed, such as tumbling or dancing, partner stunts, pyramids and tosses require a great deal of teamwork and routines require synchronization and team uniformity.

All Star Cheer differs from traditional school cheer teams in that its primary purpose is competition, while school cheer involves crowd leading and other school roles, as well as the option for competition. All Star cheer teams are most often organized and based out of a club and have teams that are open to all area cheer athletes.


Teams are formed based on tiers for every ability level, from Novice to Elite. All Star rules are leveled based on progressions of skills commonly performed in cheer and are developmentally appropriate for the age of the competitor. 


We reserve the right to place athletes on the team/level that will be the most suitable for proper skill development and progression for each athlete and team. We are happy to discuss developmental progress with each athlete and parent, but we expect trust in our process and our professional knowledge on team placements. 

2023-2024 ELIGIBILITY                                2022-2023 Skill Charts Updated charts will post upon release

Senior teams - Birth years 6/1/04-2011          Level 5 Skills Chart

Junior Teams - Birth years 2008-2015            Level 4 Skills Chart

Youth Teams - Birth years 2011-2016             Level 3 Skills Chart

Mini Teams - Birth years 2014-2017               Level 2 Skills Chart

Tiny Teams - Birth years 2016-2018               Level 1 Skills Chart

CLICK HERE for Understanding All Stars United Scoring System, which is used when determining team placements ensuring rosters are finalized with the highest potential for success for each team and athlete.


For individuals with strong cheer training and solid technical ability. Elite teams are composed of athletes who are ready for highly competitive performance levels. All of our Elite teams will compete for a bid to the D2 Summit or the Youth Summit, end of season post-season events held in Spring 2024. Athletes and families interested in this programming should check schedules and be sure all event days are clear of conflicts. Full team training, focus and dedication are the core essentials to competitive success. Our Elite programming has the most time commitment throughout all of our competitive programming.

1/4 Season+ Senior Program Info: June-Oct; break for IHSA season; Feb-Early May 

*Competing for Summit bid. Skill Evaluations are May 20-21, 2023.

Anticipated/Possible Levels 2, 3, 4.2, 4 & 5. Senior divisions may be Coed or All Girl. Estimating 3-4 teams.

Full Season Youth & Junior Program Info: June -Early May

*Competing for Summit bid. Skill Evaluations are May 20-21, 2023.

Anticipated/Possible Levels 1 & 2. Divisions are male & female. Estimating 2 teams.

PREP PROGRAM Info packets coming soon!

Competitive programming focused on strengthening technique and performance skills in a competitive team and advance comprehension and growth in the sport of competitive cheerleading. Prep teams typically require less time and cost commitments than are required of All Star Elite teams. A baseline of Cheerleading skill comprehension and  and/or gymnastics/tumbling training experience is needed for this program. Prep serves as a preparation for the Elite experience or preparation for junior high and high school cheerleading tryout prep.

½ Season Tiny, Mini, Youth & Junior Program: Mid Dec-Apr

*Limited Midwest travel. Not competing for a bid to Summit.

Anticipated/Possible Levels 1.1, 2.1 and/or 2.2. Estimating 3-4 teams.

¼ Season Senior Program Info: Feb-Apr

*Limited Midwest travel. Not competing for a bid to Summit.

Anticipated/Possible Levels 2.1, 2.2 or 3.2. Estimating 1-2 teams.

NOVICE PROGRAM Info packet coming soon!

For individuals to be introduced to All Star cheer in a fun, entry level competitive, technique-centered atmosphere. Our Novice program introduces athletes to a team atmosphere, teaching cheerleading fundamentals formatted in a competitive style routine that will be performed at local competitions for Outstanding, Superior & Excellent Award banners. No experience required. 

1/2 Season Tiny & Mini Program Info: Session 1, Mid Aug-Mid Dec; Session 2, Mid Jan-Apr

Very limited Midwest travel with 1-2 events per session. Both sessions will be the same uniform.

All training will be Level 1.


Sponsorship Program Financial support toward season commitments

Local business, family & friends can support you on your journey!

Documents Include: Official SuperCDA sponsorship form and a sample letter for athletes to use/edit. Outreach is on your own. All payments received will be credited to your account and reflected on your next withdrawl payment cycle. 


All sponsorship funds & info due:

No later than March 1, 2023. 23-24 Info coming soon!

Education & Safety Online resources to help protect our athletes

CDC Heads Up Concussion Information

Symptoms to look for & Proper protocols to keep your kids safe!




Athlete Safety Training for Parents

Designed for the parents of athletes of all ages, this course explains the issues of misconduct in sport and helps parents ensure their children have a positive and safe sport experience.






2018-2019 SR Coed L4 PLATINUM

2018-2019 SR L3 DIAMONDS

2018-2019 JR L2 ONYX

2018-2019 JR L3 SAPPHIRES

2018-2019 Y L1 RUBIES

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