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Flipside Allstar Cheerleading

Tryouts for the 2014-15 season are Saturday, May 3rd --- Call 801-776-2400 for tryout times or stop by the desk in the gym

We are a member USASF Cheerleading Club


Monthly Fees

  • Senior: $95 (3 practices x 5 hours total a week) -- includes tumbling class
  • Junior: $95 (3 practices x 5 hours total a week) -- includes tumbling class
  • Youth: $75 (2 practices x 5 hours total a week) -- includes tumbling time
  • Mini: $75 (2 practices x 4 hours total a week) -- includes tumbling time
  • Tinies (ages 3-5): $40 (1 practice x 1 hour 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: $350 (non-refundable) -- Payment due June 27th

  • includes shell, skirt, shoes, warm-ups, bows, 2 practice outfits
  1. same as last season, except 2 practice outfits

Cheer Camp: Saturday, June 7th 9am-2pm (uniform sizing will take place this day)

Stunt Camp: Week of classes June 23rd

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

  1. Date August 7, 8, 9
  2. Tinies $60, during class in August

Competition Fees: $335 approximate (non-refundable) -- Payment due November 14th

  • December 7th -- Boise, Idaho
  • January 18th -- Cottonwood High School
  • January 25th -- Davis Conference Center
  • February 15th -- Salt Lake City
  • March 1st -- Weber State University
  • March 14th or 15th -- Salt Palace Convention Center (Nationals)
  1. Except Tinies will have a limited number of competitions to be determined


  • Syracuse Heritage Days - Saturday, June 28th
  • Clearfield - Friday, July 4th


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



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.