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FAQs

Where is Champions located?

Champions is located on Hwy 281 North about 6.5-7 miles north of 1604.  We’re just past Borgfeld road and behind the Hill Country Village Shopping Center.

How do I know which class is best for my athlete?

Champions offers many classes for different age brackets but also by ability.  It’s best to call us so we can get more details on your athlete’s prior experience.

How do I sign up for a class?

Look through our class list on our website and jot down some days and times that would work with your schedule.  Give us a call or email and we can check availability.

Can I come to Open Gym if I’m not enrolled in a class?

Unfortunately we do not allow athletes to attend open gym if they are not enrolled in a class

Does Champions offer discounts?

Yes!  We offer a 10% active military, second child OR 2nd class enrollment. Discounts cannot be combined and are offered

How much does All Stars cost?

Prices vary season to season.  On average a full season of tuition runs $1595-$2145 (range based on full program, twice a week practices with or without a tumbling class included).  Competition fees vary each season depending on which events teams attend but average $1050-$1200 per season total.  Other expenses will include the purchase of a uniform, competition accessories, hotel and travel expenses, etc.

What is All Star Prep?

All Star Prep is an entry level product that is offered as an introduction to traditional all star cheer and is intended to help grow the industry as a whole. The typical all star prep program will provide an opportunity for the incoming athlete to be introduced to and experience all star with limited commitment and exposure. The program that is created by the gym should include a shorter season, limited weekly practices, a lower financial commitment, limited travel, and a uniform that differs from their traditional all star program. Teams entering the all star prep divisions must be affiliated with a USASF member program (see program definition). All athletes must be registered with the USASF in the Athlete ID system accessed through the member program. All Star Prep athletes will not be included in the athlete count to determine gym size (small or large).

All Star Prep is NOT a division for teams that represent a school, pop warner or similar recreation-type program. All Star Prep is an all star division and only programs that have declared themselves all star (by joining the USASF as a member program) are permitted to participate in these divisions offered by member event producers.

When are Champions All Stars & All Star Prep Tryouts?

Champions holds a tryout training month in the April/May timeframe.  Tryout training is highly recommended for those wishing to tryout.  Athletes work on jumps, tumbling and stunting during these practices.  Team tryouts are typically held early to mid May.  Once teams are announced, practices start within a week.  Teams practice through the summer and typically start competing early/mid November and compete once to twice a month through March.