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Scholastic Cheer

Varsity University’s Cheerleading Conferences provide coaches the one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from the very best in the business. Our instructors hail from high schools and colleges across the country and have lead some of the most successful cheerleading programs in history. Our events take place in numerous locations and cover a multitude of topics. Conference attendees can also earn professional development hours from Sterling College for their participation.

Scholastic Cheer Conferences

Contact your Varsity Spirit State Director or click the links below to register:

2018

CENTRAL AR COACH CONF   Benton, AR  1/22/2018 – Event Closed

NORTHWEST AR COACH CONF   Rogers, AR   9/22/2018

CA COACH CONF  Costa Mesa, CA   5/19/2018 – Event Closed

ID COACH CONF  Boise , ID   5/15/2018 – Event Closed

KS COACH CONF   Kansas City, KS   4/8/2018 – Event Closed

LA COACH CONF   Baton Rouge, LA   2/19/2018 – Event Closed

MA COACH CONF   Fitchburg, MA   4/21/2018 – Event Closed

NC COACH CONF   Greensboro, NC   7/17/2018

NY COACH CONF   Utica, NY   4/14/2018 – Event Closed

2018

OH COACH CONF   Columbus, OH   3/24/2018 – Event Closed

PA COACH CONF   Pittsburgh, PA   3/18/2018 – Event Closed

PA (Eastern) COACH CONF   Kutztown, PA   4/8/2018 – Event Closed

SC COACH CONFERENCE   Sumter, SC   4/21/2018 – Event Closed

TX COACH CONF   Dallas, TX   5/11/2018

UT COACH CONF Ogden, UT – 4/21/2018 – Event Closed

VA COACH CONF  Charlottesville, VA  7/15/2018

WA COACH CONF   Bellevue, WA  8/11/2018

Sample Session Topics:

  • AACCA Safety Guidelines and Rules
  • Coaching Successful Captains
  • Effective Practices for a Competitive Team
  • STUNT the Sport
  • Keeping Cheerleading Safe
I am very glad that I went to the Varsity University conference this year. Not only did I pick up tips on creating a unique game day experience and organizing fresh choreography for competition, I walked away with a deeper knowledge of stunt progressions, social media tools, and safety guidelines.
Heather Roe, Satsuma High School