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Legacy All Stars Cheerleading program is designed for cheerleaders ages 3 – 18 who are interested in cheering at a competitive level. Cheerleading encompasses Tumbling, Stunts, Jumps, and Dance into a single routine. Legacy offers a variety of different teams based on age and ability, allowing every child an opportunity to become a cheerleader. Legacy All Stars trains athletes for success, with safety as the number one priority. Legacy cheerleaders practice between 1 and 8 hours per week depending on their team placement. Our full season teams practice all year and compete December through May. Our mid season teams practice December through May and compete March through May.
Consider being a crossover!
A crossover is an athlete that practices and competes on more than one team. Crossovers can be essential for success and are greatly appreciated for their additional time and hard work. There are no additional fees other than competitions fees. An athletes eligibility to be able to crossover will be determined by the coaches.
What’s the difference between All Star Elite, Prep, And Novice?
Below are the basic differences between the three All Star Divisions. A teams division will depend on the skill level of the team as a whole.
-All Star Elite
Most competitive of all divisions
2 minute 30 second routine
Separate coed divisions
Smaller age groups to make it more competitive
Levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 4.2, 5, 6, 7
-All Star Prep
2 minute routine
No coed divisions No basket tosses
Wider age grid
Less focus on technique
Less cost & travel
Levels 1.1, 2.1, 3.1, 3.2
The first number refers to the level of stunts that can be performed.
The second number refers to the level of tumbling.
1 minute 30 second routine
No coed divisions
No stunts, cartwheels & forward rolls only
Less practice time
Tiny: 3-7 Mini: 6-9 Youth: 6-12 Junior: 8-14 Senior: 11-18