All Star Cheerleading

Na Ikaika Wahine

Na Ikaika Wahine means "The Strong Women."

 

The USASF defines All Star Cheerleading as "a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2-minute and 30 second routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dance, and cheer segments.  This routine is performed and scored against other competitive teams at various local, regional, national, and worldwide competitions.  The main difference between High School cheer and All Star cheer is that a High School cheerleading team's primary purpose is to support a local school's sports team and keep the crowd excited.  An All Star team performs purely for the challenge, thrill, and competition of the sport.  Other differences include All Star cheerleading seasons can be as much as a year long, All Star cheerleaders are not required to be from the same school or area, and in many cases the skill set required for All Stars is much more difficult."

 

Contact Us to receive the tryout packet via email, and if you have any questions or concerns.  Mahalo!

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Momilani

  • All Star Cheer Team

  • Senior Division, athletes aged 12 - 18

  • Tryout based placements.  Prior experience and tumbling skills needed.

Our 2020-21 Senior Team is "Momilani", which means "Heavenly Pearl".  Our motto is "No Grit, No Pearl," which is a reminder to us to turn adversity into advantage.  Our most powerful assets as humans is our ability to adapt.  In this way, adversity gives us power - the power to change our lives and to give ourselves the gift of transformation.  Just as there would be no diamonds without pressure, without the grain of adversity, there are no pearls.

Momilani practices three times a week.  Tuition is $80/month, plus the cost of our uniform, the shared cost of team choreography and professional music mixing, and individual competition fees. Momilani will travel to National bid events if bids are earned at qualifying events.

  • Ha'aheo, "Cherished with Pride"

  • Junior Prep Division, Grades 5 - 8

 

Ha'aheo focuses on transitioning from basic to intermediate level cheer, stunting, and tumbling skills.  

Ha'aheo practices twice a week.  Tuition is $45/month, plus the cost of our uniform, the shared cost of team choreography and professional music mixing, and individual competition fees. Ha'aheo may travel within bordering Midwest states for regional competitions, and will not seek National bid events for the 2020-21 season.

Ha'aheo

Leialoha

  • Leialoha, "Beloved Child"

  • Youth Prep Division, Grades 3 & 4

 

Leialoha focuses on the basics of cheerleading, stunting and tumbling.

Leialoha practices twice a week.  Tuition is $45/month, plus the cost of our uniform, the shared cost of team choreography and professional music mixing, and individual competition teams. . 

Ku'uipo

  • Ku'uipo, "Sweetheart"

  • Mini Novice Division, Kindergarten - 2nd Grade

 

Ku'uipo focuses on the FUNdamentals of All Star Cheerleading in a loving and emotionally supportive environment.  Our curriculum establish a FUN, low-pressure, technique centered path for our littlest cheerleaders.

Leialoha practices twice a week.  Tuition is $45/month, plus the cost of our uniform, the shared cost of team choreography and professional music mixing, and individual competition teams.  

Ehehene

  • Ehehene, "to laugh merrily, giggle in glee"

  • Exceptional Athlete Division, All Ages 

 

Ehehene focuses on providing a place of inclusion, acceptance, and athleticism.  Ehehene is not a team solely for disable athletes, it is a team that very purposefully mixes athletes of all abilities.  We know all too well how the staggering power of simply being included can change one's life.

Ehehene practices once per week beginning in January 2021. 

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