Registration for the 2015 Cheer Season has Started (Ages 5-17) You’re Right On TimeSIGN UP TODAY
Your child(ren) will experience FUN, competitiveness, discipline and structure on a team that strives for success.SIGN UP TODAY
Our Cheerleader Program is one of the best programs in the State of Maryland. We have won several titles within the last 2 years.
1st place Jam Fest Lite Series
1st place, Maryland State and Mid Atlantic Champions
1st place, Grand Champion Coastal Maryland Regional
2nd Place Battle at the Capital Nationals
2nd place U.S. Finals Jr. Lvl 1 Virginia Beach Nationals
We are conveniently located in the Fort Washington, Oxon Hill, MD areas off Beltway Exit 3, two minutes from the National Harbor and Tanger Outlets, 5 minutes from DC and 7 minutes from Northern VA on the same street as the Rivertown Shopping Center.
Our Cheerleaders experience both competitive cheer and sideline cheer for the youth football and basketball teams.
The Down Payment and Monthly Athletic fees include:
- Performance shirt rental
- Performance skirt rental
- Competition cheer sneakers
- Practice shorts
- Practice shirts
- Choreography and Music costs
- All Competition Fees
- Weekly gymnastics class
- Weekly practices and instructions
- AAU membership fee and liability insurance coverage
- And so much more…
The health, safety and protection of your youth are one of our top objectives. The sports and fitness programs not only develops our young athletes; we teach nutritional values. Children will learn about nutrition concepts and the value of eating the right foods and performing the proper exercises.
Our Sports programs get kids physically active — a significant step in addressing the steep rise in childhood overweight and obesity and ensuring a lifelong love of physical activity. Physical activity improves overall health, increases longevity, and protects against obesity, coronary artery disease, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, colon cancer, depression, and anxiety. Exercise and sports participation can also enhance mental health and self confidence.Yet fewer than half of young people, and only a quarter of low-income youth, participate in organized sports outside of school.