Wildcats Junior Cheerleading

*CHEER is Full and no longer accepting New Registration*

*Parent Orientation Night*

Wednesday May 23, 2018 6:00-8:00 at the Snoqualmie Library

Parent orientation is for all families who will be involved in Wildcat Jr. Cheer's upcoming 2018 season. Families must register prior to orientation night and we highly recommend one parent attend, especially families new to the program. We will be going over everything regarding our upcoming season including our play-books, important dates, our schedules and we will have sign-up sheets for: uniform fit day, practice helpers, after game snacks and vacations.


Sno-Valley Junior Wildcats Cheerleading is part of the WCJFA. Our non-profit organization is driven by volunteers and parents who are passionate about providing a great experience for boys and girls throughout the valley who are interested in football and cheer.

We welcome and encourage children of all abilities to join us in cheering and supporting our Wildcats Junior football teams. We strive to develop a good cheer foundation in skills, technique, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Most importantly, we have fun! We have a recreational focus with practices during the week, and games and events every Saturday throughout the season (August - November).

Cheer is typically capped at 40 total participants, divided between our two squad options of Sideline Cheer and Sideline Dance Stunts.


SDS squads focus on cheers, stunts, and dance. Those who want to be in SDS need to commit for the entire season. Because both the dances and the stunts require more time to learn and have very specific lineups and roles, all SDS participants are required to attend every practice and every game.


Sideline Cheer is highly recommended for everyone who is new to the cheer program. Sideline Cheer is a good introduction to cheer life, and is great for those who want to experience cheer without the requirements and commitment of SDS.

Sideline Cheer focuses on cheering throughout the Wildcats Junior football games. Because Sideline Cheer does not dance or perform stunts, they practice less frequently and the requirement to be at every practice and every game is less strict.

All participants must complete online concussion training:

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