$99 for a One-Week Cheerleading Camp for Ages 6–18 at Fearless All Stars ($200 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Five six-hour days of camp led by experienced cheerleading instructors who teach basic tumbles as well as more complex acrobatic techniques

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. 1 week cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$99 for a One-Week Cheerleading Camp ($200 Value)

Camp takes place Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.—3 p.m. Choose from the following sessions:

  • June 17–21
  • June 24–28
  • July 8–12
  • July 15–19
  • July 22–26
  • July 29–August 2
  • August 5–9
  • August 12–16

Children ages 6–18 step into the world of competitive cheerleading by practicing basic and intermediate skills during this one-week camp. Each six-hour session begins with structured tumbling lessons, and then shifts to stunting, flying, and stretching exercises. After a one-hour lunch, students leap back into lessons with jump and motion workouts. Each class ends with open gym time, where students can practice the lessons they’ve learned, or build and run in an obstacle course to prepare themselves for a future career as a professional game show contestant.

Fearless All Stars

Competing in organized cheerleading and dance competitions takes not only skill, but also confidence—both in yourself and in your teammates. Fearless All Stars’ staff equips athletes of all ages with the tools they need to tackle competitions and enjoy themselves while doing so. Owner Nicholas Sweeney, a 12-year coaching veteran who worked on the college level and also developed a cheerleading squad for the Washington Wizards, leads seven coaches who have performed on big stages, including the 2004 Pro Bowl and WSF Nationals. They introduce beginners to the art of acrobatic cheer by teaching tumbling and movement basics, while encouraging more experienced students to focus on complex techniques, such as gymnastics-influenced flips that showcase their agility and make avoiding rival team mascots a breeze.