Cheerleading tryouts for 2020-2021 season
Online registration is now open!
Please fill out the form to the right and all necessary info
will be emailed to you!
Interested in what the summer will look like camps and choreography: Click Here
Recommended FREE Pre- Tryout Clinic
Monday, April 6th, 4:30- 6:30 pm PHS Wrestling Gym
Tuesday, April 7th, 4:30- 6:30 pm PHS Wrestling Gym
*All below dates must be attended unless you speak to the coach and prior approval*
Tuesday, April 7th- Online registration closes at midnight! You will receive all tryout videos, tryout packet and map of the school once registration is completed.
PRE-TRYOUT INFORMATIONAL MEETING
FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS/ GUARDIAN
Wednesday, April 13th, 6:30-7:30 pm in the PHS Event Center
TRYOUTS (Meet in Wrestling Gym all days)
*For all tryout days wear blue shirt (nothing that says Poudre cheerleading), black shorts (spandex shorts are always required under any loose-fitting athletic shorts), and tennis shoes or cheer shoes. Hair must be in a low ponytail with NO fly-aways and makeup should look performance-ready, like you were cheering at a game or competition for Poudre High. No jewelry or fake nails.
**MUST HAVE ATHLETIC CLEARANCE CARD AND FILLED OUT TRYOUT PACKET ON FIRST DAY OR YOU CANNOT PARTICIPATE! You must be in good academic standings.**
One must attend all days of tryouts to be considered for team!
Day 1: Tuesday, April 14th- 4:30-6:30 pm: Learn fight song
Day 2: Wednesday, April 15th-4:30-6:30 pm: Learn Cheer and chant
Day 3: Thursday, April 16th- 4:30-6:30 pm: Stunting, tumbling, and jumps
Day 4: Friday, April 17th- 4:30 -? (likely earlier than 6:30 pm): Tryouts
TEAM MEETING ( for Cheerleaders and Parent/ Guardian)
Monday, May 4th 6 pm – 7:30 pm in the PHS Event Center
The initial payment will be due at the time of the team meeting.
Some general info is listed below:
JV/Game Day- $1,000-$1,500
Boys JV/Varsity- See Coach Crane
Competition- $ 1,000-$1,600
We will spend approximately 4-5 days a week together in the 2020 and 2021 season. Each member is expected to be dedicated to the team for the entire 2020 and 2021 season. This includes practice times, game times, travel time, camp time, and celebrations. Each member must to the best of their ability individually enhance their own personal cheer performance and growth
Cheer is also a time-intensive sport for parents! There tends to be lots of driving to pick up or drop off your child at practices, games, or events. Once school starts in the fall, this could mean extra driving 4-5 days a week. Starting this season, the booster has plans to form a ride-sharing program for those families that live close to one another to help reduce the number of driving days per week.