Tumbling is one of the most important aspects to cheerleading. No matter what tumbling skill an athlete wants to learn, back handspring, round-off back handspring, tucks, layouts or twisting layouts, we have the class for it. Our classes and curriculum are designed to get you the results you want. Classes are organized by age and ability level which is essential to ensure an athlete succeeds. Our tumbling facility has all the equipment you need to reach the next level in your tumbling. Our tumbling instructors are trained cheer and gymnastics coaches, so they know all the essential elements needed to teach and learn difficult tumbling skills.What questions should you ask when choosing a tumbling program? Click here for a Tumbling Report.
The star chart is an essential component to our students learning and success. The star chart is designed to provide a non-competitive, achievement-oriented program of skills in a safe and fun way. There are specific learning progressions that tumbling should be taught to ensure they learn proper technique. Students will receive a star chart when they enroll in a class. You and your child will love to look at their Star chart to see and celebrate their progress and achievements. When the skills have been successfully completed your child’s teacher will mark the completed skills. Once the student has completed all the skills in the level, they will take a picture with their teacher to put on their chart which celebrates their hard work. The student will then move on to the next level and begin mastering a new set of skills.
Tumbling Clinics are specialized times for tumblers to work on specific skills, such as back handsprings or tucks. These clinics are designed to help tumblers reach the next level in their tumbling ability. Tumbling Clinics are scheduled during school breaks and vacations.
Every time a student learns a new skill they will ring our Celebratory bell. The entire gym stops as the teacher announces the child’s name and the skill that they mastered that day. After the child rings the bell and has been announced, they perform the skill in front of everyone in the gym. Directly after class the child receives a ribbon with their name, date, and skill they mastered that day.
When a student passes a level, at the end of class they ring our celebratory bell. Their instructor announces their name and the level they have completed. Directly following the announcement the student and instructor take a picture. The picture is taken wherever the student would like. The following week the picture is given to the student and another copy is hung up on our wall for everyone to see.