Rec Program - Available to Grades 3-8

 Program Cost: $1,550 (New 2024 Rebel Uniform INCLUDED)

  • Payment Options:
    • Pay in Full
    • Payment Plan Available
      • $500 Deposit (Includes Uniform Cost)
      • May 15
      • June 15
      • July 15

Head Coaches: 

  • TBD by Teams Required Based on Registration Numbers

Program Inclusions:

  • 1 Rebel Uniform - top and bottom
  • 2 practice tees
  • 1 pair of Rebel shoes
  • 2 bows
  • 4 ICA competitions
  • 1 skills camp with professional instructors (2 hours)
  • Professional routine choreography (8 hours)
  • Routine music
  • Indoor gym with full cheer mats
  • 2 day a week practices
  • End of Year Banquet Ticket for Registered Athlete
  • End of Year Season Gift

Additional Costs:

  • $165 State Competition Fee
  • $50 Athlete Gift Fee
  • $100/family fundraiser fee

Non-Mandatory Practices:

May 20 - June 15, 2024 = 1 day a week practices

Mandatory Practices Begin:

June 16, 2024 = 2 day a week practices begin

No-Contact Weeks:

June 30 - July 13, 2024

Mandatory Dates:

Practice Days:


Competition Weekends:  Announced on February 18

Program Goals and Expectations:

The goal of the PCA Rec program is to teach athletes the fundamentals of cheerleading - including: stunting, jumps, tumbling, motions, etc. at a pace appropriate to the skill level of the team.  Athletes on a PCA Rec team will practice 2 days a week and attend 4 ICA competitions, with the potential to attend the State Competition in November if a bid is received.  

Athletes may register for the Rec program directly or may be placed on a Rec team after the evaluation process is completed.  We anticipate no more than 2 grade levels will be combined when forming a PCA Rec team.  

PCA is committed to forming smaller Rec teams to allow for greater participation and individualized attention to help athletes further develop cheerleading skills.  

The commitment level for Rec teams will be lower than our Super Rec teams.  While tumbling classes will not be a requirement of athletes on Rec teams, we do strongly encourage athletes that wish to continue cheerleading in future seasons to work on tumbling skills outside of practice as it is a valued skill.


  • Any parent that wishes to be considered for a Head Coach position or Assistant Coach position on a PCA Rec team should contact the Board for additional information.  We will provide all training and support necessary to develop a successful coaching staff.