My name is Lisa Albert and I have a confession…Everything I’ve learned in life, I learned from cheerleading. Okay – so that’s a bit of an overstatement, but I’ve learned so many valuable lessons that I can apply to other areas of life.
Richard Culliver is a smart, witty, adorable seven year old who like most little boys loves sports. Last October, Richard was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. Unfortunately, this tumor cannot be stopped, and his family’s main goal is to give him the happiest childhood he could ever want, enjoying the precious time they have with Richard. Recently, his biggest interest has become the South Carolina Gamecocks, and while he became a huge fan, he also gained more than 60 new fans from the USC cheerleading team.Read More
Community service, volunteer work, and inclusion are at the top of the list for most school cheerleading teams. Encouraged by their advisors to lead the student body in a positive direction, compassion and hard work are becoming the backbone of cheerleading teams everywhere.Read More
Three cheers for Miss Montana, Alexis Wineman for winning the People’s choice award at the Miss America Competition! Alexis, a former cheerleader living with autism, inspired thousands of people across the country during her journey to the Miss America contest. We are so proud that the cheerleading community has such a great role model for young people across the country! Alexis took time out of her busy schedule to share her cheerleading memories.
Cheerleading, like any other organized group activity, has grown into an ever-evolving team effort. After debuting its enthusiastic mark on history in 1877, cheer has become a global phenomenon. Cheerleading is not only on the sidelines but also in the spotlight of crowded arenas. And this time – the cheering is FOR the cheerleaders.Read More