The focus of the Majesties Senior program is to provide an opportunity for high school cheerleaders to gain new skills and make new friendships. The program allows athletes that participate in high school cheerleading to stay in shape in the “off season” and gain new skills that they can take back with them to their home team. It is a great opportunity for athletes to have the “all star experience” while remaining true to their school.
The program runs from early February through April and does not interfere with the IHSA cheer season. It is open to all current high school students as well as high school graduates who are still 18 years of age as of August 31. We place cheerleaders of all skill levels and will form teams based on skills.
Majesties teams compete in 2 to 3 local competitions against full season teams. Practices are held one day during the week and on both Saturday and Sunday. The program takes athletes from perfect strangers to competition ready teammates in just over one month. Attendance at all practices is crucial. It is not feasible to play a spring sport at your high school and participate in on a quarter season team.
The focus of the Majesties Junior program is similar to the senior program. Athletes that participate in recreational or school programs can meet new friends and gain skills through an “all star experience” that requires less time and commitment than full season all star.
The program runs from mid-December through April and is open to cheerleaders of all skill levels. Teams are formed based on both age and ability.
Majesties teams compete in 2 to 3 local competitions in the all star prep category. Practices are held two days during the week and possibly on Fridays and Saturdays in the weeks leading up to competition. Schedules are developed each season based on the number of teams formed.
The focus of the Majesties Dance program is similar to the Majesties Cheer programs. Athletes that participate in recreational or school programs, or just want to participate in a shorter season, can meet new friends and gain skills through an “all star experience” that requires less time and commitment.
The program runs from mid-December through April and is open to dancers of all skill levels. Teams are formed based on both age and ability. Teams compete in 2 to 3 local competitions against full season teams. Practices will be held two days a week and may include Sunday’s. Extra practices may be scheduled on Friday evening in the weeks leading up to competition.
Practice attire should consist of shorts, t-shirt/tank and any cheer/dance shoes. Hair should be worn up and all jewelry removed. Competition shoes can be any plain white cheer shoes. Dance shoes will be part of the selected dance costume.