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Flipside Allstar Cheerleading

Monthly Fees - New Season Classes start May 4th

  • Senior Age Level: $95 (2 practices x 4 hours total a week)
  • Junior Age Level: $95 (2 practices x 4 hours total a week)
  • Youth Age Level: $75 (2 practices x 4 hours total a week)
  • Mini Age Level: $60 (2 practices x 3 hours total a week)
  • Tinies Age Level (ages 3-6): $40 (2 practices x 2 hours total a week)
  1. Discounts: second child in comp cheer is 1/2 off lower tuition price
  2. Discounts: for those on comp tumbling team also then total tuition is $95

Uniform: $340 (non-refundable) -- Payment due June 25th

  • includes uniform-$201, shoes-$40, practice outfits-$60, makeup-$25, bow-$14
  • uniform sizing will take place during class in late May
  • optional bag $29.75 large bag, $26.75 medium bag, $7.75 string bag
  • optional warm-ups $125

Cheer Camp: Saturday, June 20th at local park for fun and activities


  • Syracuse Heritage Days - Saturday, June 27th
  • Clearfield - Saturday, July 4th

USASF Membership: $30 (non-refundable) -- Payment due at Choreography

Choreography Camp: $125 (non-refundable) -- Payment due at Camp

  1. July 30th, 31st, August 1st, 3rd, 4th (depending on team)
  2. Except Tinies will be $60 -- August (during class time)

Tumbling and Stunt Clinics: Various Saturdays throughout the season $20

Fundraisers - We provide 2 fundraiser opportunities timed with the uniform and competition fee payment due date.  Participation is voluntary.

  • Fatboy Ice Cream Sandwiches -- Students make $10 per box sold
  • See's Candies -- Students make $4 to $10 per item sold

Competition Fees: $311 Option 1 Teams, $470 Option 2 Teams, $497 Option 3 Teams, $734 Travel Teams (non-refundable) -- Payment due November 12th

  • December 5th -- Cottonwood High School (Option 1, 2 Teams)
  • December 12th-13th -- Las Vegas -- The American Grand (Option 2, 3 & Travel Teams)
  • January 16th -- Cottonwood High School (All Teams)
  • January 23rd -- Salt Lake -- Rocky Mountain Championship (Option 1, 2 Teams)
  • January 30th-31st -- Palm Springs, CA -- Duel in the Desert (Option 3, Travel Team)
  • February 6th -- Salt Lake -- Utah Classic (Option 1, 2, 3 Teams)
  • February 20th-21st -- Dallas, TX -- NCA Championships (Travel Team only)
  • February 27th -- Salt Lake -- Utah Open (Option 1, 2, 3 Teams)
  • March 12th-13th -- Cypress, CA -- All Star Championships (Travel Team only)
  • March 18th-19th -- Salt Palace -- American Celebration (All Teams)
  1. Option 1 Teams include Tinies, Mini and Youth teams
  2. Option 2 Teams include Junior/Senior level 2 teams
  3. Option 3 Team includes Junior/Senior level 3 teams
  4. Travel Teams will include Junior/Senior level 4 & 5 teams
  5. Travel Teams will have additional coach travel fee (to be determined)
  6. Travel Teams will be competing for bids to The Summit (National Championships) in Orlando, Florida first weekend in May


Mission Statement

We love what we do!

Our goal is to build strong athletes and strong character.  We will do this by helping athletes set goals and achieve them through hard work.  As they develop tumbling skills they will develop life skills.  We want athletes to develop an, "I can do it" attitude!  being active will be fun as it challenges their bodies and minds.

What Is Power Tumbling?

Power tumbling is performed on elevated runways, generally designed with fiberglass rods underneath, that help tumblers propel themselves higher than a basketball goal as they demonstrate speed, strength and skill whil executing a series of acrobatic maneuvers.  Explosive somersaults with multiple flips and twists are performed by the top-level contenders.

What is Trampoline?

As a sport, trampoline varies greatly from recreational bouncing.  International competitin trampolines are larger and more powerful than traditional "backyard" models, propelling trained athletes as high as 30 feet in the air during performances.  During two competitive routines of 10 skills each, upper-level athletes can easily demonstrate a graceful array of double, triple and twisting somersaults.