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All-Star Cheer

Want to be a part of our new All-Star cheer program? We have a team just for you! So, what does it mean to be a member of an All-Star cheer team?

All-Star cheer is a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2 minute 30 second routine comprised of different elements including stunting, tumbling, jumps and choreography. This routine is performed and scored against other competitive teams at various regional and national competitions.

The season begins with tryouts/evaluations in May. Teams will typically practice 2-3 days per week for 2-3 hours per day. The competition season typically begins early December and runs through the end of April. Most teams compete 5-7 times per season. Most of our competitions are throughout Washington and Oregon.  However, some teams may travel out of state for 1-2 competitions each season.

Being a part of an All-Star cheer team is more than just learning to cheer. It takes a lot of dedication and commitment. It gives you the opportunity to learn how to work with others, make great friends, have fun and create lasting memories.


You can be a part of Firehouse Elite's competitive cheer program. Come train in our 10,000 square foot facility equipped with 2 full size competition cheer floors.  We have a 40 foot elite tumble trak trampoline system and various training equipment.  We also have an athlete breakroom and a parent viewing system from  our lobby.

Age Ranges

All Star

Tiny 5-6 yrs old

Mini 5-8 yrs old

Youth: 5-11 yrs old

Junior: 6-15 yrs old

Senior: 12-18 yrs old


Tiny: 3-6 yrs old

Tumbling Requirements

Level 1

  • Forward Roll

  • Backward Roll

  • Handstand (floor) & against the wall (stomach facing wall) 10 sec

  • Standing Bridge to 5 sec hold with kick over to lunge

  • Handstand to bridge with stand up

  • Handstand to 1 leg bridge (mats) with 1 leg kick over

  • Standing bridge (with 1 leg to mat)

  • Cartwheel (straight line)

  • Round off

  • Power Hurdle & 2 step hurdle into Round off

  • Back handspring drill (over rolly/shoulder height)

  • Front walkover & Back walkover

Level 2

  • Front walkover

  • Back walkover

  • Round off back handspring

  • Back handspring

  • Back handspring step out (mat)

  • One arm cartwheel

  • Aerial prep (dive cartwheel)

  • Front handspring (mats)

  • Round off 2 back handsprings (mats)

  • Standing 2 back handsprings (mats)

  • Standing 3 back handsprings (anywhere/round off or standing)

  • Back tuck (over rolly - shoulder height)

  • Front handspring step out round off back handspring

Level 3

  • Round off back tuck

  • Round off back handspring back tuck

  • Standing back handspring Series 3x

  • Front tuck Aerial (off bi-fold)

  • Front handspring punch

  • Standing tuck (mat)

  • Standing back handspring step out round off back handspring back tuck

  • Front handspring step out Round off back handspring back tuck

  • Round off 3 back handsprings to back tuck

Level 4

  • Lay out

  • X-out

  • Lay out step out

  • Aerial

  • Arabian front

  • Back handspring back tuck

  • Front handspring front tuck

  • Standing tuck

  • Front flip step out round off back handspring to layout

  • Whip back handspring through

Level 5

  • Lay out with full twist

  • Back tuck punch-back tuck or whip whip combo

  • Front handspring layout

  • Front tuck punch front tuck

  • Whip combo through to full

  • Back tuck punch front tuck

  • Skip aerial or standing aerial

  • Standing Back handspring full twisting layout

  • Standing full (mat)

  • One and a half twisting layout

  • Double full twisting layout

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