Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register for classes?

To participate in ANY class, you must create an account and select the class that you are interested in participating in.  ​


Can I attend open gym, private classes and camps if I am not enrolled?

Our classes are for everyone. We train any athlete that wants to improve their skills. Athletes are allowed to attend as long as an athlete waiver is completed


How do I pay for classes?

Class tuition can be paid via parent portal, in person, or Zelle. Please note, there is a service charge applicable to all recurring, credit card, cash app, and electronic payments. Class tuition is due on the 15th of each month. A late fee is applicable to all tuition payments completed after the due date. No refunds. ​


What is the cost involved in All Star Cheering?

Costs for All Star cheerleading can be quite high but can be managed with some planning. We offer fundraiser and sponsorship options. There are two different areas of cost for All Star cheerleading. One is the money you pay directly to the gym. This includes monthly tuition, competition fees, uniforms, shoes, apparel, etc. Secondly, there is the cost of travel to competitions for travel teams. This can include gas/mileage or airfare, car rentals, hotel rooms, food during the event, and any extra money needed for souvenirs.

Monthly payments to the gym cover:

Tuition                                    Uniform

Practice Attire                      Competition

Bookbag                                Assessment Fees

A detailed description will be given at the parent meeting.


What is All Star Cheerleading?

All Star Cheerleading is a competitive sport that requires performing a timed routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dancing and spirit.  Parents and athletes should be aware that all-star cheerleading is a large time commitment.  Practices tend to be 1-3 hours, 2-3 times a week which usually includes tumbling instruction.  ALL practices are mandatory since many elements of a routine cannot be successfully completed without everyone at practice!


What does it take to be an All-Star Cheerleader?

To be an All-Star Cheerleader, dedication to the sport, a commitment to hours of practice each week, and being a team player are all fundamentals of cheering for an All-Star team. Parents and cheerleaders should be aware that cheering All Star is a large time commitment. Normally, seasons begin with evaluations in the spring with practices in the summer followed by a competition season running from fall to the spring of the following year. Practices can be 1-3 hours long and as often as 2- 3 times a week. These practices are usually mandatory since many elements of a routine cannot be done without everyone there. In addition, most gyms require and/or encourage tumbling sessions or other private sessions to improve skills. Lastly, every All-Star cheerleader should be aware that this is a team sport. Decisions are made based on what is best for the team and the performance. There may be times when a parent or athlete may question a coach’s decision. Before discussing these issues with any gym staff, you should always ask yourself whether this decision was better for the team even though your child may not be in the position they had hoped. There will always be ups and downs in an All-Star cheerleader’s career, but these decisions are not made with any bias.


What are the age requirements, divisions and levels?

Royal Rebels All Stars accepts athletes from ages three and up. There are many different combinations of age groups, divisions, and levels. These were all created to ensure that like ages were competing with like skill sets. Levels were designed to make sure that each team competes and is judged by how well they demonstrate a standard set of skills expected for every team competing at that same level. The levels range from 1-6 in All Star cheerleading with level 6 being the highest and most difficult. Often the younger cheerleader competes at the lower levels, but there are also many cheerleaders that enter All Star cheerleading in their teens that may start at level 1 or 2 as well. Remember that levels are based on skill and age. In addition, you may find your child has been placed at a level that is above or below what you expected. Coaches make these type decisions based on many different criteria. Divisions also determine which group a team will compete. These are based on the age of the cheerleader as of August 31st.  These age ranges are very strict and must be adhered to by each gym. 


What is the evaluation process?

All athletes must be evaluated to determine their level and team placement. Although experience is not required, we evaluate your skills for tumbling, stunting, jumps, motion and dance. Sign up for evaluations online. An evaluation date is given.

On evaluation day:

  • Arrive at the gym 10 mins early and check in at the front desk.
  • Athlete’s pictures are taken. Pictures are to ensure we can identify all athletes while discussing placement.
  • Athlete will be taught a dance and jumps and given the opportunity to display their skills.
  • A level placement email will be sent within the following week.


What should my child wear for class?

All participants are provided with practice attire for the season once registered. We suggest participants wear any type of athletic clothing and cheer shoes. We have a pro shop and merchandise on site. Please do not wear jeans, jewelry or Jordans (other heavy shoes).


How do I book a gym rental and/or private lesson?

Gym rentals can be booked via the request form on our site. Please note, there is a non-refundable deposit (depending on package selection) due at the time of booking to secure any reservation that will be applied to grand total.

Private classes must be booked at least 24 hours in advance.


Are your classes insured?

Yes, our business, classes, and property are all insured. Every participant must have a complete and signed release of liability waiver prior to any class participation.​



If you have any questions, email [email protected] or call 786-273-9044.