Information about need for cheer coaches.


National Federation of High Schools – click HERE

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) serves its members by providing leadership for the administration of education-based high school athletics and activities through the writing of playing rules that emphasize health and safety, educational programs that develop leaders, and administrative support to increase opportunities and promote sportsmanship.

American Association of Cheerleading Coaches & Administrators – click HERE

AACCA was founded in 1987 to address the safety concerns of the rapidly evolving cheerleading community, and has been instrumental in the development of cheerleading safety regulations, coaches’ education and risk management. The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), has included the AACCA Cheerleading Course in its NFHS Learning Center since 2009, and will continue to administer the course to coaches. Later this year, USA Cheer will publish the fourth edition of the Cheerleading Safety Manual formerly published by AACCA.

National Cheer Association – click – HERE

Founded in 1948 by Lawrence “Herkie” Herkimer, NCA was the first cheerleading company and credited with many other “firsts” – the first cheerleading camp, spirit stick, pompon, cheerleading uniform company, All Star National Championship, and more.

Today NCA trains cheerleading teams across the country at hundreds of summer camps, and hosts competitions for teams to demonstrate their athleticism.

Universal Cheerleaders Association – click HERE

Today UCA is the largest cheerleading camp company in the world. UCA trains over 180,000 cheerleaders every summer at over 3,200 sessions across the country, offering the widest array of dates and locations of any camp company. UCA has instilled leadership skills and personal confidence in more than four million athletes on and off the field while continuing to be the industry’s leader for forty-five years.