Registration for 2020 Competitive season will open in October 2020.
Below is rounds 2&3 and one of our 2nd place wins at Rockford, Michigan, December 7, 2019 and first place win in February 2019.
Competitive season is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders within the Forest Hills Northern community.
What is Competitive Cheerleading?
Competition Season is a great way to get more involved in the sport of cheerleading. It’s also a great way to show off those skills and get ready for high school cheerleading.
The MHSAA Competitive Cheer format for both middle school and high school teams is unique to our state. SHHH… we have also hear that this format gives our athletes an edge when competing at the collegiate level (no big deal).
Michigan Competitive Cheerleading Overview:
Middle school teams perform 2 rounds; round 2 and round 3
(High school level performs 3 rounds, 1-3)
- Round 2 is the first round for middle school, it is the “skills round”.
In this round, the team will perform 4 skills in unison, flexibility skill, one jump, one tumbling skill. The forth skill can be from any of the previously mentioned areas. They also have to do all this while yelling and punching their motions. Sounds very hard but we promise you—IT IS A LOT OF FUN!
- Round 3, the last round for middle school, is a skills and stunting round. In this round, a jump is performed by the team in unison. Then together the athletes will perform the round while tumbling and stunting. Most people LOVE watching this round because all of the unique things the athletes learn and perform.
Competition season is a great way to show case how challenging this sport can really be, while making it fun and competitive for the athletes.
The best way to prepare?
- Practice, practice, practice those motions and jumps!!!!
- Stretch, Stretch, Stretch those splits!
- Look into tumbling with our amazing tumbling company EMPOWER! Tumbling is a skill that needs to be worked on year round. Getting your athlete into a tumbling class will help them grow and prevent in-season injuries.