Los Altos Coed Junior Varsity Competitive Cheer

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Cheer Tryouts Will be Held Virtually This Year

Cheer tryouts this year will be taking place virtually due to the social restrictions associated with the Coronavirus. Below you will find information about the Los Altos High School Cheer Team Tryouts. Click on the link below and complete the information by May 25th. More information will be sent to you on May 26th in

Cheer Clinic and Tryouts This Week

The Los Altos Cheer Team will be holding clinics and tryouts this week as the squad prepares for the 2019-20 school year.  New Cheer Coach and Los Altos Alum Samantha Carney will be holding clinics this week Tuesday through Thursday from 5-7pm in the Hacienda.  Those interested in trying out should wear athletic clothing in

Cheer Qualifies for Nationals

This past Saturday our Cheer Competition Team competed for the first time this season. They have been practicing since early October and had a successful day qualifying for Nationals with an 84% overall score in the Medium Varsity Novice Division. They have pushed through the last couple of weeks from injuries and came out accomplishing

Cheer Tryouts to be Held May 1st – May 5th

Los Altos Cheer will be holding tryouts from May 1st- May 5th. Cheer candidates must attend all days of tryouts, have a minimum 2.0 GPA and turn in the Tryout Packet before the first day or tryouts. Tryouts will run from 4:30-6:30 May 1st- 4th and at 10AM on May 5th. Check-in on first day will

Cheer Sweeps Division at La Puente Competition

The Los Altos Cheer Team performed well once again as they prepare for Nationals in a couple of weeks.  The squad took part in the Sharp Competition at La Puente High School competing in the Varsity Cheer category against 6 other teams.  The team took first place in the division, defeating Pomona Catholic, St. Paul,

Cheer Takes 1st Place in First Competition as a CIF Sport

In 2015, the California Legislature passed Assembly Bill 949 which classified competitive cheer as a CIF sanctioned sport beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. While there has been some confusion as to what this looks like in a CIF setting, the CIF has worked to create 3 different categories for schools to work with. The

Competitive Cheer to Become a CIF Sport

Yesterday, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 949, introduced by Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), to classify competition cheer as a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) sport beginning in the 2017-18 school year. The CIF looks forward to bringing competitive cheer into the family of CIF sports where it will join basketball, badminton, cross country, field