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Cheerleading Home

Cheerleading Director

Kelly Delauter
kelly@mvaasports.com

Seasons

Fall: August - November

Competition: October - May


Competition

Fall

Coaching Staff

Camps/Clinics

Camps/Clinics

Cheer Camps During COVID-19

Due to COVID 19, the MVAA Cheer program is unable to host its traditional cheer camp.  In order for our athletes connected to cheer, we will be hosting smaller cheer camps in August and September.  Our camps will be held at the old fire hall building (13 South Church St, Middletown) and open to 15 athletes.  All participants will receive a t-shirt and a bow.  We will be teaching chants, cheers, and a dance.  There will be no stunting.  We will have our spirit wear table set up to purchase new fabulous cheer gear!  Forms, COVID 19 waivers, and checks can be made out of MVAA Cheer and everything can be mailed to 

7000 Springdale Lane
Middletown, MD 21769

 

Camp Registration Form

COVID 19 Waiver

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR CHEER CAMP

- Every athlete must wear a mask and bring a water bottle with their name on it

- Every athlete must be pre-registered.  If we have more than 15 participants in each age group, we will try to add a second session to that age group.

- Parents are required to take the athletes temperature before coming each day and let the coach know so they can record it.

 

DATES

August 24, 25, 26                        6-8:30pm       JV & Varsity      $75

August 31, September 2 & 3      6-8:30pm       Pony                  $75

September 9 & 10                       6-7:30pm       Flag                   $40

September 14, 16, 17                   6-7:30pm       Mini Pony         $60

 

 

The MVAA hosts a variety of camps and clinics throughout the year.  This gives athletes at every age a chance to learn proper techniques of cheerleading and stay up to date with their skills.  All camps and clinics are open to non cheerleaders as well as veteran cheerleaders.  MVAA camps are also open to athletes outside the Middletown community.  The camp environment is filled with high energy, encouragement, and fun!  Check out our camp photo gallery for highlights!

 

Pee Wee Camp

Our Pee Wee Camp is for cheerleaders from K-2nd grade.  Here, cheerleaders work with head coaches as well as high school coaches to gain an age appropriate understanding of the sport.  Coaches use this time to get a jump start on the season by teaching new material that will be used such as cheers, chants, stunts, and a dance. Athletes are able to play exercise based games to learn cheerleading skills as well as their fitness level requirements.  A performance is scheduled the last day for family and friends to attend!  All participants receive a medal, camp t-shirt, and bow.  Cheer gear store is available all week before and after camp!

Dates -
Location - Middletown Firehall (old building 13 South Church Street, Middletown)

Cost - $100

 

Pony Camp

MVAA Coaches provide pony age cheerleaders with their own private camp!  The athletes work towards bettering their skills in sideline cheering, jumps, dancing, tumbling,and stunts.  They learn new material that will be used during the season and at their Heritage Day performance. Athletes are rewarded all week for hard work!  The physical fitness aspect of cheer is explained and demonstrated through drills and exercises.  A performance and awards ceremony with trophies is scheduled at the end of the week for family and friends to attend!  All participants receive a t-shirt and bow.  Cheer gear store is available all week before and after camp!

Dates
Location - Middletown Firehall (old building 13 South Church Street, Middletown)
Cost - $100

 

Senior Camp

The MVAA coaching staff hosts a camp for athletes ranging from 5th-12th grades.  Here athletes are taught the latest trends in cheerleading.  They learn new material that is used throughout the season as well as at their Heritage Day performance.  Athletes are encouraged to try new positions and new skill sets.  They are pushed to build bigger and better stunts every year.  It is a challenge that is well received and met year after year.  The camp is broken into stations, each concentrating on one aspect of cheerleading, including dance, stunts, tumbling, and fitness.  Athletes are awarded with prizes throughout the week for hard work!  At the end of the week a performance and awards ceremony with trophies is scheduled for friends and family to attend.  For the awards, this camp is broken into 2 brackets- Junior and Senior.  All participants receive a t-shirt and bow.  Cheer gear store is available all week before and after camp!

Dates
Location - Middletown Firehall (old building 13 South Church Street, Middletown)
Cost - $125

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