Wildcats Junior Cheer FAQ


Wildcat Jr Cheer is for children 7-14 years of age.


Register at wcjfa.org. Registration dates for the 2017 Cheer Season: March 1st - June 5th.


$425.00 one time fee at time of registration and is used for: $275.00 for uniform they keep and $150.00 covers cost of field rental, indoor space rental, insurance and Boys and Girls Club fee.


Our main goal is to lead cheers and raise the level of fan support for our Jr. Wildcat Football teams, to develop skills in good sportsmanship, leadership, cooperation, team building and to improve cheer skill and technique and to have fun.


All coaches are volunteers. We will have two coaches. Chelsea will coach Sideline and Michele will coach Sideline Dance Stunts (SDS).


Pre-season cheer planning is June - July with a few events and regular cheer season is August - November.


August is Monday - Thursday for two hours and September - November is twice a week for two hours for SDS and once a week for two hours for Sideline.


August 6:00-8:00 p.m., September 5:30-7:30 p.m., and October - November TBA depending on SVSD space availability.


August - September at Centennial Field and October - November inside location TBA depending on SVSD space availability.


First game is Saturday September 2nd and will continue every Saturday through November.


Game times vary every weekend and can be anywhere from 8am-6pm. Length of game depends on level cheering for and can be from 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 hours.


Majority of games will be home games at Mt Si High School and some games will be away games at various fields.


We will have three squads - One Sideline Squad, and two Sideline Dance Squads (SDS)

Sideline Cheer is a good introduction to cheer life and is great for those who want the cheer experience without the requirements and commitment of SDS. Sideline will focus on cheering during the games. They will not do dance or stunts. Therefore, they practice less and there is less of a requirement to be at every practice and every game.

Sideline Dance Stunts (SDS) - SDS squads will focus on cheers, stunts and dance. Girls who want to be in SDS need to commit for the season. Both the dances and the stunts require more time to learn and have very specific lineups and roles therefore, it is required that girls in SDS attend every practice, the entire practice and every game. SDS Squads are broken up by age.


We are a volunteer run organization and parent involvement is required but there are many ways to support: Concession stand, after game snacks, end of season party.

QUESTIONS - email Michele at cheerleading@wcjfa.org