Our Coaches have lead
students to making the
following teams over
the years:

American High
Atherton High
Bishop High
Cabrillo School
Ceres High
Cupertino High School
College San Mateo
De Anza
Downey High School
Gold Rush Girls
Golden State Warriors
Gunn High School
Hyde Middle School
Irvington High School
James Logan High
Kennedy S.C.
Los Altos High
Los Gatos High School
Mercy High
Modesto Christians
CSU Monterey Bay
North Rockland High
O'Connell High
Redwood School
Tracy High
Shaker High
Skyline High
Serving the San Jose, Livermore, Cupertino, Fremont and greater Bay AreaOffice: 888-588-4418
Cheerleading & Dance
Teams Tryouts:
*this is informational
only, dates and times
may have changed.
Please check with your
school to confirm
tryout dates and times:
Tryout Bootcamp is a program that was designed with school cheerleading tryouts in mind. This program develops
one’s skill set through training once, twice or more a week. Sessions are 45 minutes small group/team setting.
Participants will experience the commitment and determination that it takes to become a school cheerleader as they
learn all aspects of the sport including motion technique, cheers and sidelines, jumps, tumbling, dance, stunts and
cheer safety. This program will prepare one for school cheerleading tryouts with the end goal of helping them make
the team.

We are not a gymnastic program, we solely focus on Cheerleading and Dance routines, tumbling and acro. If you
want foam pits and trampolines to jump around on, we are not the place for you. If you want to train with experienced
National Champions, All-American Cheerleaders/Dancers and on a surface s
imilar to that of which you will audition
on, then you have come to the right place. We have a 99% success rate with the students our coaches train.

Cheerleading and Dance Competition teams are open to ages 3-26 years old. Our Bay Area Competition Cheer
Teams are Nationally, Internationally, U.S. Ranked (USA/GSSA/Jams Brands and more).
Come join today's top Bay
Area Cheer Competition Team today!

Serving students from the 408, 510, 925, 650, 415