Registration for Cheer 2021

Registration for Fall 2021-2022 Cheerleading is now open!

In addition to Sideline Cheer, our Competition Cheer program is returning this fall. When choosing which program to register for, please note the following distinctions:

SIDELINE CHEER

  • Cost: $110
  • Teams practice one evening/week and cheer at both home and away football games for Upper Dublin Teams.
  • The season begins in late August and will conclude around mid-November (TBD, based upon Football Game Schedule).
  • Uniforms and poms are provided to borrow for the season and to be returned.
  • Families are responsible for the purchase of cheer shoes (all white sneakers), red bloomers, and crop top (white turtleneck worn under uniform top during outdoor colder weather).

COMPETITIVE CHEER

  • Cost: $350
  • Teams will practice 2-3x/week (based on level of team). Cost does not include uniform (some used uniforms may be available for half-price). 
  • Competitve Teams will cheer for football games AND hope to compete around 6 times (most local, occasionally out-of-town).
  • Optional Team Tumbling classes will be available on Sunday evenings in the Fall.
  • Team practices will begin in June and the season will conclude in March (approximately). 
  • Tryouts and Team Placements will be held over the summer. Info packets with specifics will be sent to those who register.

*** If a child registers for the competition program but is NOT placed on a team (either they have changed their mind or they do not make a team at the time of tryouts), a refund will be provided with the opportunity to re-register for sideline cheer. 

Any questions? Email UDJAAcheer@gmail.com

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR CHEERLEADING

 

Girls 10U Place 2nd at Nationals in Orlando

Girls 10U Place 2nd at Nationals in Orlando

Congratulations to UDJAA's 10U Youth Competition Cheer Squad! After 5 consecutive 1st Place wins and winning the UCA Pocono Regional in December, the team traveled to Orlando for Nationals. They competed at the ESPN Wide World of Sports and were ranked 2nd in the country in their division! Way to go, girls!