What to Expect
All-Stars practice four hours per week with their squad and may attend a separate tumbling class.
As a member of Champions All-Stars, plan on traveling to Austin, Dallas and Houston.
How to Join a Team
Try-outs for competitive teams take place in late April. The competition season runs from November through early April.
Cheerleaders who would like to join the program after try-outs may set up an appointment for a private evaluation with our coaching staff.
If you are interested in competitive cheerleading, Champions has a spot for you one one of our many teams, ranging from novice to advanced, encompassing all ages.
WildfireWildfire is a Junior level 1 All Star Prep team. This team consists of cheerleaders ages 8-14 and will have the same skill requirements as Ignite. As a Prep team, Wildfire will have shorter practice times, and competitions will be limited to only local competitions. The All Star Prep divisions are designed for those athletes and families who are not able to make the full commitment of an All Star program or who simply desire a little less practice time and travel.
Fierce HeatFierce Heat is our Junior Prep Level 2 All Star Prep team. Age requirements are the same as Wildfire, 8-14yrs. As a level 2 team, these athletes will need to have some tumbling and cheer experience. Tumbling requirements consist of front and back walkover, standing back handspring, and round off back handspring. Cheerleaders will need a basic understanding of jumps and stunting techniques.
Fire QueensFire Queens are our Youth level 2 competition team. Age requirements are same as Ignite, 7-11 yrs. Tumble, jump, and cheer skills are the same as Fierce Heat.
BlazeBlaze is a Senior level 2 competition team. Senior age range is 10-18 yrs. Being a level 2 team, requirements are the same as Fire Queens and Fierce Heat.
PhoenixInferno is Champions Senor level 3 competitive team. Age range is 10-18 yrs. Competitive cheer experience is required to be a member of Inferno. Skill requirements for this team include multiple standing back handspring series, jumps to back handspring, running round off tuck, and back handspring tuck. Cheerleaders must have level to above jumps and show mastery of intermediate stunting skills.
Sparks Show TeamSparks is designed for young athletes (ages 5-7) who are interested in beginning cheer. Cheerleaders will learn a choreographed routine during weekly practices and attend local cheer competitions where they will be able to show off their hard work. These cheerleaders will practice twice a week. As a "show" team, these athletes will not compete against other teams and all will get awards after their performance.