I heard that Legacy is expensive? Is this true? How can I save money with Legacy as compared to other gyms?
Most people consider competitive cheerleading expensive. At Legacy, we have spent many hours finding ways to save our athletes money. In comparisons with other gyms in Northern Virginia that offer competitive cheerleading programs, we have found our program to be $500-$2300 less than others in the DC Metro Area.
What to look for when you are comparing:
1) Startup Fee - How much are you paying for the essentials. Uniform, Camp, Choreography, Shoes, Warmup, Bags, Etc.
2) Competition Fees - Are they included in your monthly tuition or monthly fees? Or do you have to pay for each individual competition? Some competition fees can range up to $95 to $135 each.
3) Tumbling - Are you getting proper tumbling instruction included in your monthly fees? Is it taught by qualified staff? At Legacy we have found that we can have a quality cheer program with quality instruction and staff for a cost that is far less than our quality competitors.
Do I already have to be able to tumble to make a team on Legacy? What if I don't know how?
Although some of our advanced teams require certain tumbling skills, many of our teams do not. Most cheerleaders in our program have learned all their tumbling at Legacy and you can do the same! Legacy has some of the best tumbling instructors around. We will teach you how to tumble!
What makes All Star Legacy so successful?
All Star Legacy’s staff is second to none! Our coaches understand what it takes for athletes to improve. Learning is a daily accomplishment for athletes at Legacy. Within 9 months of being open we had already captured close to 40 national titles from all over the country. We compete with the top programs across the United States. All Star Legacy won the prestigious honor of Program of the Year from Cheerleaders of America. All Star Legacy is a charter member of Family of Champions, an organization that promotes sportsmanship and confidence. All Star Legacy athletes train in our state of the art cheerleading training facility. We have our own gym with the best floors and training equipment in the state. Two 54’ X 42’ competition spring floors, 40’ rod floor, a 42' X 36' spring floor, 50' Tumble Trak, Dance Studio and the list goes on. Our parents, coaches, staff, volunteers, and athletes all have the same goal….to be the best we can be!
What criteria is used when selecting teams?
There are lots of factors used in selecting team members (as with any tryout process). Generally, the largest factors involved with the team selection process are age, tumbling level (standing and running) and stunting level (abilities to fly/base or back different level of stunts). There are also things involved in the tryout process that have very little to do with the athletes individually, such as, federation enforced team size limits or the number of tryout participants at any given USASF level, which will dictate sizes and types of teams created at ASL.