2013 Fall/Winter Season
- Kindergarten and Under
- 2nd Grade and Under
- 3rd- 5th Grade
- 6th-8th Grade
* We have squads for all skill levels within each age division.
Saturday, July 27th or Saturday, August 3rd - Uniform Sizing/Assessments/Parent Meeting - COME to 1
- K and Under: Sizing: 9:00am Parent Meeting - Sat, Aug 10th
- 1st-2nd Grade: Sizing: 8:30am; Assessments 9:00am-10:00am; Parent Meeting 9:05am
- 3rd-5th Grade: Sizing 9:45am; Assessments 10:00am-11:30am; Parent Meeting 10:05am
- 6th-8th Grade: Sizing 11:00am; Assessments 11:30am-12:30pm; Parent Meeting 11:35am
- LOCATIONS: Assessments - GYM Uniform Sizings - Room 290; Parent Meetings - Room 108/July 27th and Room 105/Aug 3rd
Thursday, August 8th/Friday, August 9th - Squad Meet and Greets
Saturday, August 10th - Stunt Clinics by sqaud led by a team from Impact; K and Under Parent Meeting
Week of August 12th - Regular Practices Start
Saturday, August 17th - Choreography
Saturday, October 12 - Parent Cheer Exhibition
Saturday, October 26 - 1st Competition - Lambert High School; Cumming, GA
Saturday, November 16 - 2nd Competition - Johnson Ferry; Marietta, GA
Saturday, December 14 - Georgia Classic - Macon Coliseum; Macon, GA
Friday, January 3 - Saturday, January 4, 2014 Impact Nationals - Orlando, FL (1st-8th grade) -
- Practice: Friday afternoon, January 3rd -
- Competition: Saturday, January 4th
Sunday, January 12- End of Season Celebration
*Must be 4 years old by June 1, 2013 to be on the Kindergarten and Under Squad.
What are Assessments?
Purpose: To be able to place each girl on the squad that is best for her age group, self-esteem and skill development
- The Kindergarten and Under division will not be assessed.
- During each assessment several girls at a time will rotate through 4 stations (dance, jumps, tumbling and cheer motions)
- Coaches will encourage each girl at each station as they do their best!
- Parent meetings will occur for each division while the girls are being assessed.
"We feel that Impact Cheerleading, when maximized to the fullest, will one day be able to influence the next generation of cheerleaders in a community and will train up the future high school and college cheerleaders in that particular community. This will provide a terrific group of role models in our schools."
~ Cary Coleman, President of FCC (Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders and Impact Cheerleading)