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SUPER ALL STARS
MEET OUR STAFF:
our brand new gym!
October 10, 2022
Lemont Rd. & 75th
Downers Grove, IL
Check out our training
classes & register for our
competitive teams skill evals -
Prep teams in December
Senior 1/4 season February
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, Half & Short Season team options covering Novice, Prep & Elite level experiences -- All training in a newly renovated space with wall-to-wall spring floors!
Why be average when you can be
2022-2023 SEASON INFO
WHAT IS ALL STAR CHEER? [www.usasf.net/cheer]
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.
Senior teams - Birth years 6/1/03-2010
Junior Teams - Birth years 2006-2015
Youth Teams - Birth years 2010-2016
Mini Teams - Birth years 2013-2016
Tiny Teams - Birth years 2015-2017
CLICK HERE for a comprehensive guide to understanding All Star levels and competitive composition.
For individuals with strong cheer training and solid technical ability. Elite teams are composed of athletes who are ready for highly competitive performance levels.
¾ Season Senior Program Info: June-Oct; break for IHSA season; Feb-early May
*Competing for Summit bid, Level 4. Skill Evals completed in June. Seeking 2 bases, 1 bases to finalize roster. Must have all Level 4 skills to be evaluated.
1/2 Season Senior Program Info: Sep-Oct; break for IHSA season; Feb-early May
*Competing for a Summit bid, Level 4.2.
¾ Season Junior Program Info: Sep-early May, anticipate 1 team; possible levels of 1 or 2.
*Competing for Summit bid
¼ Season Senior Program Info: Feb-Mid May, anticipate 1 team; likely Level 3.
*Guaranteed FL trip, post IHSA season
Register for 1/4 Season Senior Team Placements
For individuals with limited tumbling who want to strengthen technique and performance skills in a competitive team atmosphere. Prep teams typically require less time and cost commitments than are required of All Star Elite teams.
½ Season Mini, Youth & Junior Program: mid Dec-April, anticipate 3 teams; possible levels 1.1, 2.1 and/or 2.2
*Limited Midwest travel
Register for 1/2 Season Mini, Youth & Junior Prep Team Placements under CAMPS
NOVICE IN-HOUSE PROGRAM
For individuals to be introduced to All Star cheer in a fun, non-competitive, technique-centered atmosphere. Our in-house program introduces athletes to a team atmosphere, teaching cheerleading fundamentals formatted in a routine format performed for friends & family at the end of each session.
*One In-House performance at the gym for friends & family.
Register for Novice Cheer under CLASSES
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.
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.