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AGES 3 TO 5

AGES 3 TO 5

Our cheerleading classes and camps are open to children as young as three years old.
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AGES 6 TO 8

AGES 6 TO 8

At age six cheerleaders can begin to participate in more MTC programs like our stunting only classes and our performance teams.
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AGES 9 TO 11

AGES 9 TO 11

Beginner to Novice - our 9+ 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.
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AGES 12+ TO HIGH SCHOOL

AGES 12+ TO HIGH SCHOOL

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.
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Dealing With Bullies: one woman’s story about childhood bullying and how she is protecting her children from the same experience

Young girl with a Bully Free sign

More Than Cheer is dedicated to helping our students overcome bullying by building self confidence and prevent bullying by teaching girls teamwork and leadership skills. Click to learn more about the More Than Cheer Movement.


 

The summer of 5th grade a new friend of mine, that I made that year, was going to soccer camp. She had told me how much fun soccer camp was and how I should join her there that year. I begged my parents to allow me to go and to my delight, they said yes. This would be the first time I was ever away from my parents for an extended period of time. That week away became one of the hardest of my childhood. It was the first time I had ever experienced bullying.

For the first time, I was an outcast amongst my group of peers. Every night I received notes on my bed about how bad of a soccer player I was, how uncool I was or how ugly I am. When we were asked to group up in pairs, I was always left without a partner and spent the entire week isolated and alone. I didn’t know why I was singled out. It seemed as though it started because one person decided they didn’t like me, maybe it was because of how bad of a soccer player I was or how I looked, but they had the ability to rally others into getting aboard the same train. Even my friend who I had gone there with didn’t want to stand by my side in fear of not fitting in.

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New Website!!!

Although our new website look VERY similar to our old one we wanted to make it easy for our new and existing families to have access to all the information they need for both our Ashburn location and our new Sterling (Dulles) location.

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