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Join Our Thunder All-Stars Cheerleading Family!
All-star cheerleading is the fastest growing sport in North America because it combines strength, flexibility, dance, stunting, jumping, and tumbling! Here at Thunder All-Stars Cheerleading we pride ourselves on our reputation for building strong athletes while developing positive character traits. Every athlete is important to us and we believe that our positive coaching style creates and develops athletes who model and embrace this attitude. If you want the best training program that also focuses on character development than we are the program for YOU!
We have the best coaches and the largest training facility in Ontario! We are the only cheerleading program that requires all of our coaches to be certified by the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), High Five, Respect in Sport, and Risk Management. We are the only cheerleading program that is recognized as a High Five Program which means that our program is founded on the “Five Principles of Healthy Childhood Development.”
THUNDER ALL-STARS CHEERLEADING has an all-star team for all ages and abilities!
Team Placement Sessions occur on Wednesday, May 24th & Thursday, May 25th, 2017 between 5:30-9:00pm at our gym. For more information please click on the "TEAMS" tab and click on "TEAM PLACEMENTS."
If you missed team placement sessions or to arrange a private team placement please contact our Program Director, Jasmine Tessier at email@example.com
My daughter has been with Thunder for two seasons now and she absolutely loves it. Since she has started, she has been more social with others and has grown so much as an individual from her participation. She has learned about how to be a part of a team, the importance of working together, and helping others. Her flexibility and skills have developed so much since her last year, thanks to the efforts, dedication, and patients from her coaches. Thanks Thunder Coaches for helping children work towards their goals.
- Dawn, Mom of Second Year Athlete