At age six Novice to Advanced cheerleaders are encouraged to start focusing perfecting their motions, working on more advanced jumps and tumbling, learning basic stunts and safety, and learning cheer dances!
Novice to Advanced our 9-11 cheerleaders are encouraged to start focusing on polishing all the skills required for their high school tryouts. Our cheerleaders can take various stunting and tumbling classes and camps to make sure they are on track. Our 9-11 now have the option to try-out for the MTC Performance Team!!!
We have classes and camps specifically to help our cheerleaders make and stay on the team as well as special teams and programs to allow our cheerleaders to stay active in the sport once their high school season is over.
More Than Cheer is built around the idea of giving back more than you take. We want our students to constantly embrace contributing to their communities, and we always want our parents and families involved in that pursuit. Consider the following avenues to aid your child in being more active in the successes of their community!
LINK Against Hunger – LINK, Inc. exists to provide emergency food and financial assistance to qualified people in need. Supported primarily by donations of food and funds, LINK is comprised of dedicated churches, organizations, and individuals serving the Herndon, Sterling, and Ashburn, Virginia communities. With so many ways to be involved in LINK, from receiving donations and packing boxes to delivering food, this is a great option for families with younger children who want to do more.
Hope’s Treasures and The Good Shepard Alliance – The Good Shepherd Alliance is a Christian non-profit organization providing help and hope for the homeless and those in need through emergency and transitional housing and outreach services leading to self-sufficiency and self-worth. Donate your wares or your talents; TGSA is always accepting people who want to help. They need everything from physical donations to handymen to event assistance!
Operation Backpack – The goal of Operation Backpack is to support children year-round to ensure they excel in class. One of the most devastating consequences of homelessness is the effect it has on a child’s education. Homeless and low-income children are 50% more likely to perform poorly on tests, be held back or drop out of school than their settled classmates. By donating to the Operation Backpack fund you help them provide tutors, after school activities, enrichment trips and updated technology to assist the more than 2,000 children they serve.
Homeless Animals Rescue Team – HART is a non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill animal rescue/support group, incorporated in 1990, that takes in and rehomes abused and unwanted dogs and cats. HART works with local veterinarians, foster homes, kennels, and trainers to provide temporary housing, medical care and, where appropriate, training for our animals until s/he is placed in a loving, carefully-screened new home. There are a bevy of ways kids under 18 can help their local Homeless Animals shelter and rescue teams. Click the link to find out more! (See also The Humane Society of Loudoun County, Paws 4 People, and Guiding Eyes for the Blind).
Claude Moore Park – We are dedicated to providing a broad range of year-round recreational, educational, social, and cultural activities. The park needs volunteers to help care for their 11 miles of hiking trails in Sterling. Trail stewards will be assigned an area to keep clean and trimmed. Adopting a trail is suggested as a way for families, individuals and groups to show their appreciation for natural areas. Training is provided! 571-358-3704 or email@example.com
We want to EMPOWER our students to be healthy, make good choices, and to become leaders in their community as well as leaders in their schools. It is our goal to restore self-dedication, passion, and drive into your child through cheer, gymnastics, and dance! Come join our family and watch your child grow with self confidence, technique, and pride. Learn from the best that Loudoun County has to offer!