Cheer 101

PGASC offers a range of cheerleading programs, all our programs do have a focus on All Star competitive cheer regardless of if the team is attending competitions. If you are new to the world of cheerleading below is a brief description of all star competitive cheer!

In 2016 cheerleading was granted povisional Olympic status by the IOC recognizing it as an official sport!

All Star Cheer 

All Star Cheerleading is a competitive sport where athletes (male and female) compete a combination of dance, tumbling (gymnastics) and stunts (athletes lifting other athletes) to 2 minutes and 30 second of music. These routines are judged on level of difficulty, technique and creativity/entertainment. Teams compete based off age and skill level (1 - 7, 7 being the highest level of difficulty).

PGASC is currently offering programs for ages 1-18 with a current focus on level 1. As the club grows and athete development increases we would love to include higher ranges of levels!

Level 1 Skills

Some tumbling skills that are taught in level 1 are:

  • Waist level stunts

  • Shoulder level stunts

  • Shoulder sits

  • V Sits

  • Below waist level stunts

  • Dismounts

  • Transition stunts

Some tumbling skills that are taught in level 1 are:

  • Bridges

  • Handstand

  • Forward& Backward rolls

  • Cartwheel and Round-offs

  • 1-hand Cartwheel

  • Front & Back walkovers

Stunting Positions

Base:  The athlete who provides support for a Flyer. The person that holds, lifts, or tosses a Flyer into a stunt. Must be in directly physical contact with the performance floor. Typically works in pairs with another base. 

Back: The base that stands behind the stunt, supporting the flyer and bases. Must be in contact with the performance floor at all times. Typically leads the stunt. 

Flyer: The athlete being support above the performance floor in a stunt, pyramid or toss.

Governing Bodies

BC Cheerleading Association (BCCA)

Cheer Canada

International All Star Federation (IASF)


From the Athletes

Charlie, Dragons L1

What I like most about cheer is that you get to meet so many awesome people and you get so many great experiences like competitions  & traveling with your team mates!

Sydney, Wizards L1

I love that we can compete and show everyone what we do and that you can get people to trust you not to fall during stunts and you can make friends

Holly, Dragons L1

I love cheerleading because I get to do lots of cool tricks. Also, I get to me new friends and go to competitions. I enjoy being at cheerleading because everyone is nice. It is fun learning our routine and getting our places in stunts. It is really fun to perform you routine but also scary because you're getting judged. 

Brooklyn, Wizards L1

I love cheer! I love being a flyer and part of an amazing team!


Practice Location:

777 Kinsmen Pl #777

Prince George, BC V2M 6Y7

Coach Jess: (639) 571-3939


Gym Hours:

Currently Closed

Business  Hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm

Saturday - Sunday: TBD

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