School Cheer

Tryout

Clinics

Emphasis on tumbling, jumps, & motions

Fridays
6 - 7:30pm

Details

Ages 12 & up

$20 per class

Drop In

No pre registration

Dates

March 8th

March 22nd

April 5th

April 19th

Novice Cheer Evalutations

Our stepping stone program for competitive cheer

  • THIS SATURDAY
    September 29
  • 10am - 12 NOON
  • CALL FOR DETAILS
    704.246.8611

Athletes ages 5 and up can come to CAGC to be evaluated between 10 AM and 12 PM. Placements will be communicated by Sunday, September 30th and the first practice will be on Monday, October 1st. Every team will practice on Mondays and every team will compete between three and four times at local competitions. The half year program will be called Novice this year. The new Novice program will include a cheaper tuition price, a one minute and thirty second routine, and a modified scoring system that better evaluates teams. Pricing and additional information will be updated soon. If you have any questions, feel free to email Ari at AriAdams@CharlotteAllstars.Net

Home School Open Gym

2019-2020 Schedule

  • Time: 1-3pm
  • Ages: 3 and Up
  • Cost: $5/Child or $15 /Family of 3 or more

Schedule
Every Friday
Sep 6, 2019 - May 22, 2020

No Open Gym Dates:
11/29, 12/20, 12/27, 1/3, 4/10

Jump on trampolines and 50-foot tumble trak, play in foam pits & 2 large inflatables at Charlotte's premier gymnastics and cheerleading facility!

Cash Preferred / Walk-ins Welcome!

TEAL - CHARLOTTE ALLSTARS PRESENTS

STUNT &

TUMBLING

Clinic

For all ages and abilities

HOSTED BY TEAL ATHLETES

Cost

$20 / person

dates

Saturday
March 23rd

1:30pm – 4:30pm

 All proceeds will help TEAL attend the Cheerleading Worlds

Lil' Bit Fit Time

Year-round schedule

This is a Parent-led open play time in our facility for you and your Lil’ Bit (Toddler). With your guidance, your Lil’ Bit can keep active by jumping on the trampoline, into the foam pit, and crawling through obstacles. This is a play time designated for “Toddlers to TK” (children just starting to walk up to age 5 and not yet in Kindergarten).

  • Mon-Fri
    10:30-12pm
  • Age
    Toddlers - TK with an adult
  • Price
    $3/child or $5/family
  • Unlimited Visits
    $20/mo

Check out the calendar for ​closings
(Cash only please)

*Please note we strictly enforce our age limit. Older siblings will not be allowed to play in the gym during Lil’ Bit Fit Time.

Sunday, Funday!

Spend some family fun time

Open Gym Time includes:
Trampolines, Foam Pit, Inflatables, and More!
January 19, 2020
February 16, 2020
March 8, 2020
March 22, 2020
April 5, 2020
3:30pm - 5pm
$10 per family (Cash only)

School's Out Open Gym

Summer Schedule

SCHOOL'S OUT - COME AND PLAY

  • Wednesday
    May 1st
  • Ages 5+, 1-3pm Drop off, $10 per child​

Resumes Fall 2019

Dates coming soon!

Trampoline, Inflatables, Foam Pit, So much more!

  • September 19
  • October 31
  • November 12
  • December 19 & 20
  • January 2

Amanda Gabbert

Amanda is originally from St. Louis, MO where she began gymnastics as a toddler. After trying other sports along with dance, she found herself back in the gym from the ages of 8-13, advancing to level 5. As the years went by, college brought her full circle as a coach at Concordia Turners in her hometown for over 3 years.

After years in the corporate world and some health issues, Amanda started her own business and began personal training alongside health coaching. She recalled being a gymnastics coach as one of the best experiences in her past, and decided to join the team at CAG as well. Amanda loves working with the kids on shaping and strength, both mentally and physically. Owning multiple pairs, she is known by the kids as ‘Coach Converse’.

Ari Adams

Arianna Adams is the special events director and social media guru at Charlotte Allstars. Along with coaching competitive teams, school teams, and classes; she is in charge of all the extracurricular activities that the gym engages in. These responsibilities include Purple Premier, Family Fun Fest, Showcases, Banquets, etc.
     Ari started at Charlotte Allstars as a cheerleader on “Sparkle Stars” and graduated from the program as a Teal athlete. She began coaching gymnastics and cheer classes in 2013. She has been an Allstar Cheer Coach at Charlotte Allstars for 4 years and has since then lead 5 teams to place top 3 at US Finals and 2 teams to compete at the Summit. In addition to working for Charlotte Allstars, Ari has staffed with UCA (a traveling summer camp program) and worked with multiple afterschool programs as a “Cheer Enrichment Provider”. 
     Ari graduates from University of North Carolina at Charlotte in the summer of 2020 with a major in criminal justice and minors in philosophy and political science. She aspires to be a paralegal by day and cheer coach by night so that she can continue to do what she loves! Ari hopes not only to lead her athletes into successful seasons, but to also help them create lifelong relationships and a passion for the sport we all hold so close to our hearts.

Beth Schulz

Beth Schulz is the current preschool program developer for Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading, designing lessons for and teaching classes 18 months to age 5. She enjoys making the atmosphere fun for little ones with catchy themes, room decorations, and skill stations coordinated to the themes. During Little Bit Fit time (open gym exploration for preschoolers and parents) Beth loves working with students to introduce them to gymnastics and leading them in fun activities.
Beth teaches non-competitive beginner level, Intermediate and homeschool classes. She also instructs and coordinates summer gymnastic camps.
In college, Beth placed 4th runner up in the Miss Bowling Green State University Pageant (Ohio), performing a baton/acrobatic routine including twirling and unique acrobatic skills on the tip of her baton plus “contortionist” poses. She joined her school’s gymnastic team which led eventually to her placing in the regional gymnastic competition and going on to compete nationally.
Upon college graduation with a phys ed degree, Beth obtained a managerial position coordinating the swimming program and managing and teaching gymnastic classes for a large gymnastic program in a YWCA. Later, she was a substitute physical education teacher in the public school system, instructed an adult education gymnastic class, and taught gymnastics in a YMCA. She also was employed as a phys ed teacher for two private Christian schools, introducing gymnastics into their programs.
Beth then concentrated on raising her family, but when her youngest child began school, she returned to employment outside the home. She began coaching gymnastics here at CAGC 24 years ago and has since been serving in a number of capacities.
Beth has been married to Walter for 48 years.  They have 5 living children, 6 grandchildren, and 1 in heaven.  Walter and she enjoy bicycling, especially tours overseas.

Caleb Wallace

Caleb Wallace is a recreational and school class instructor at Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading. He has been teaching recreational gymnastics, boys classes, and tumbling (both recreational and for school cheer) at CAGC since 2018.
Prior to joining the CAGC staff, Caleb coached at Enso Elite gymnastics in Huntersville, where he first developed a love for tumbling and gymnastics, and for desiring to encourage new students as they learn and grow in the sport.
Caleb is a current member of the Charlotte Allstar level 6 competitive team “Teal”. He feels that being a current athlete on Teal has made him an even better Instructor for his students.

Isabella Rodriguez

Isabella Rodriguez is a recreational gymnastics coach with Charlotte Allstars. She has been working at Charlotte Allstars for just under a year and coaches mainly pre-school and beginner gymnastics classes.  Isabella enjoys working at CAGC because she loves to see the smiles on the kids faces as they learn and grow, and being able to establish a trusting relationship with each of them.  Along with being a staff member, Isabella is a part of the Allstar cheerleading program at CAGC.  Doing this sport helps her to gain experience and build character; as an athlete, as a coach, and as a person.  And she loves getting to pass this on to the kids!

Jeff Pacetti

Charlotte native, Jeff Pacetti is currently one of the Senior Level 4 coaches for Purple Reign.  He started his path in cheerleading as a Sophomore at UNCW where he joined the JV cheer team, advancing to Varsity for his Junior and Senior years.  Jeff met, what would become his wife, on the cheer team during his Junior year.  While on Varsity, his team placed 6th and 3rd, respectively, in the UCA National Championships in Orlando, FL.  Additionally, he was also a Staff member for UCA summer camps during this time.  After graduating, Jeff and his wife stayed active in the cheerleading world by judging local, regional, national, and international cheer competitions for 18 years.  He discontinued judging in order to become a coach here at CAC, starting with the 2017-2018 season.  Coincidentally, his wife was one of the first cheerleaders at CAC back in the early 90’s and was on the very first Teal squad!
While Jeff has 3 children at home, ages 15, 13, and 9, he now also has 20 more children here at CAC.  Jeff says he loves teaching, encouraging, and pushing the athletes here all while making this part of his ministry to positively influence children to reflect Christ’s light in each of us.
During the day, Jeff is a Vice President for Bank of America helping to support and determine financial solutions for commercial companies in the Charlotte metro area.

Johnnie Moultrie

Johnnie has served in the role of cheer and dance team member, and coach for over 10 years. Johnnie has been a member of Dream All-Stars, “Hypnotic” Senior Coed Hip-Hop in which he received the “Wow” Award for Outstanding Dancer, as well as a member of Dream All Stars “Illusion” Senior Coed Level 2. As founder of Diamond Reign All-Stars: Onyx (Open Coed Hip-Hop) and Platinum (Open Coed Jazz), Johnnie also received many accolades. Johnnie was also a proud cheerleader with the well-known Maryland Twisters serving on such teams as “Rush” Senior Coed 4, “Velocity” Senior Open 5, “Reign” Senior Coed 5 and alternate on “Black Ice” International Open Coed 5, tumbling and cheerleading coach.
Johnnie is a graduate from North Carolina A&T State University with a B.A. in Visual Media Design as well as a graduate of Regent University receiving a Masters of Higher Education. Johnnie is known for his many styles of dance in which he established at a young age of 9, touring as the first young male dancer with the well-known “Teaneck Terpsichorean” in Teaneck, New Jersey and surrounding Bergen County areas. Formal training began at Backstage Dance Studio through which Johnnie has choreographed cheerleading and dance routines for Bellows Spring Elementary School “Super Squads” cheer program, Howard High School Varsity Competition Cheer Squad, Hairston Middle School Cheer Program, Southern Guilford High School, and Couture Collegiate Productions. Johnnie was the founder of Legacy Step Team in Columbia Maryland- Howard High School, Step Team Captain of Alpha Phi Omega, National Co-Educational Fraternity Incorporated, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated, Danville, VA Alumni step team, and a member of Couture Productions- Dance Troupe at North Carolina A&T. At Charlotte All-Stars, Johnnie is always eager and ready to use his experience, and instill it the future students he coaches everyday..

Kendyl Brewer

Kendyl Brewer has been at Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading for 6 years. Kendyl helps to manage and teach all school teams who call Charlotte Allstars home! She is a Director of the full year Allstar competitive  cheerleading program helping to coordinate schedules, meetings, and general information.
Kendyl’s love for cheer took over at the age of 18 when she began working for UCA as a Summer Camp Instructor and coaching Jesse Carson High School’s Cheerleading team. Kendyl just became a 10 Year Head Instructor with UCA.
Kendyl is NFHS, AACCA, Heads Up!, First Aid, CPR and USASF Certified. To better herself she also attends annual weeklong trainings on stunting and teaching techniques.
Kendyl has worked her way to taking four teams to the Summit the past three years where Storm, the International Senior Coed Level 4 team was awarded 3rd place! Her numerous National Titles and one day event Champion titles do not fall to the wayside. 
Kendyl’s love for her teams truly show when athletes come back from college and/or stay in touch with her. One athlete puts it like this “ Kendyl has her athletes’ best interest at heart, she can see their potential before they can! Kendyl does not let them give up no matter how hard something is. She is easy to talk to and makes athletes feel more comfortable on skills in this sport & in life!”.
Kendyl, the future “Mrs. Seymour”, is currently planning her wedding to Evan Seymour. Kendyl is also a proud “dog mom” to two beautiful dogs! Kali, a Golden Retriever and Ranger, a Black German Shepard.

Keira D’Aleo

Keira D’Aleo is a Recreational class Instructor at Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading.
She teaches Preschool Classes and you will even see her behind the front desk ready to help customers. Keira loves helping kids to build courage, strength, and confidence in themselves and their abilities. There is no better reward than to see students achieve athletic performance, growth and accomplishment.
Keira moved to Charlotte, NC from New York City in 2010. She worked previously in Management as well as Being a Medical Care Provider in Mercy Hospital and currently with In Home Health Care. In her earlier years, and recently, she has been involved in a variety of sports competitively. She enjoyed dance, track and field, and competitive gymnastics. She has passed down her love for gymnastics as her daughters are also involved in AAU Gymnastics Program at CAGC. Keira continues to learn and grow in these sports, and strives to be the best Coach that she can be every day!

Mareo Barr

Mareo, born and raised in Charlotte, is currently one of the Allstar Cheer team coaches for Junior Novice Level 1 Mango, and Youth Level 1 Electric Purple. In addition to being a team coach, he also teaches tumbling classes as well as boy ninja agility classes. He began his cheerleading career as a Freshmen at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical (A&T) State University in which he joined the Junior Varsity cheer team. By his Sophomore year Mareo, advanced to be on the Varsity team as well as the competition team and continued cheering through his Junior and Senior Year. During his Senior year his team won their MEAC Cheerleading Championship in Richmond, VA. After graduating college Mareo was a “Rally Cat” and cheered for the Charlotte Bobcats (now renamed back to the Hornets) for 2 seasons, which then began his coaching career in 2008. He joined the Charlotte Alllstars Staff in 2016.
Mareo is married with four children of his own, ages 21, 14, 8 and 3. One of which has been an all-star cheerleader with Charlotte Allstars for four seasons. He enjoys teaching and sharing the skills and lessons that he has learned throughout his cheerleading career with others to help them continue to achieve their goals as a growing athlete.
During the day, Mareo is an IT Operations Analyst at Belk and is responsible for performing operational processes and procedures, ensuring that all IT services and infrastructure meet operational targets.

Meg Pierlott

Meg Pierlott has been the Gym Manager at Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading for 23 years, overseeing all gym activities, staffing, and front desk administrative duties. Before becoming the Gym Manager at CAGC, Meg started as a Gymnastics Team Coach.
Prior to joining CAGC, Meg was the Gym manager and Girl’s Gymnastics Team Head Coach at North Florida Gymnastics, and the Gymnastics & Dance Director at the Harris YMCA.
As a college gymnast, Meg competed for four years at a Division 1 College, Clarion State College in Pa., where she won titles such as All-Around Champion, Balance Beam Champion and All American Honors.
Meg loves her job because gymnastics was her life growing up and after being a gymnast from the age of 12 through her Senior year in college, she knew she wanted to work at a gym in some capacity. After coaching classes and teams for years, her goal was to run a gym. 
Meg has many roles as a gym manager but what inspires her in her job is how fulfilling it is to see the athletes learn something new and the excitement they experience when doing so. She likes to encourage families in a positive way and make them feel like part of our family at CAGC.

Michael Torres

Born and raised in Falls Church, VA. I started cheering at the age of 13 in school cheer for 4 years. I did 1 year of Junior Varsity and 3 years of Varsity. I played football for 4 years, baseball for 8 years, and ultimate frisbee for 2 years. I graduated from George Mason High School in 2019. I had moved to Matthews to work at CAGC for more cheerleading experience. I am currently in classes to improve my stunting and tumbling to have the chance to be on the level 6 team known as Teal! I recently started coaching at CAGC and can’t wait for the many more years to come of it. 
Fun Facts about me:
  • Play Video Games and mobile games
  • Outgoing person and an extrovert
  • Love meeting new people
  • I own too many Vans

Missy Miles

Missy Miles is an Allstar Cheerleading team coach at Charlotte Allstar Gymnastics & Cheerleading. She is currently in her 20th season at CAGC, most recently coaching the Senior 4.2 team, Onyx, leading them to three national titles last season.

Prior to CAGC, Missy cheered at Appalachian State University, worked as a Head Instructor for UCA camps for ten years, taught CHEERSPORT summer camp choreography for teams across the county, and judged competitions throughout the Southeast.

A middle school teacher at Carmel Christian by day, Missy enjoys building relationships with the athletes on her team through serving together outside of the gym. She has been married for 17 years and has three children, two of which are competitive allstar cheerleaders themselves, one on the Level 6 Teal team and one on the Level 1 Youth team.

Her motivation comes from watching her team members learn to work together and challenge each other, developing friendships that will last far beyond the cheer season.

Morgan Brouse

I started competitive gymnastics at International Gymnastics at five years old. I did gymnastics for about eight years, finishing as a USAG level 7 gymnast. I did competitive diving for two years and continued diving for my first three years of high school. I did cheerleading on junior varsity and varsity for two years for my high school.
I graduated from Providence High School in 2019 and currently, I am studying for personal training.
I have been at Charlotte Allstar since I was five. I started working here in 2017 and look forward to many more years of coaching.

Robert Burns

Miami Coral Park High School Graduate 1999
Attended Miami Dade Community College and Florida International University
MDCC Emergency Medical Technician Program Graduate

1998-1999 Top Gun Large Coed
1999-2001 FIU CHEER
2000 WNBA Miami Sol Patrol
2000-2006 Top Gun Open Level 6
2001-2006 Top Gun Open Dance
2017-2019 Charlotte Allstars Teal

I have been choreographing routines since 2001 nationally and internationally. I’ve also been producing cheer mixes since 2002. Just another area of cheerleading that I am super passionate about! Teams that I’ve choreographed and produced music for have been to The Summit and The Cheerleading Worlds. Some of my highest accomplishments being 3rd place at Summit with CAC Storm and 3rd Place at Worlds with CAC Teal:) In 2006 I was a choreographer for The Orange Bowl Halftime Show…such s fun and cool experience!

Samantha Yarwasky

I was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania on April 22,1999. As a kid, I was always involved in some type sport. Soccer first, ballet for 5 years and, then, at age 12 I decided to try gymnastics. I trained at Charlotte Allstars gymnastics from middle school throughout high school competing as a platinum level gymnast. A couple months after I finished school I started working at Charlotte Allstars gymnastics. It has been the best decision I could have ever made. My favorite part about being a coach is seeing the excitement when a child gets a skill they have been working so hard for. I love going into work everyday and getting to be part of these kids lives and watching them grow as athletes. I love listening to the kids talk about their day. I love being there to support them and teaching them a sport that I love . 
Outside of the gym, I am studying to become a personal trainer and getting my fitness and nutrition certification through ISSA

Tiffani Andersen

Born and raised in Lynchburg, Virginia. She started gymnastics at age four and was a competitive gymnast for six years. She finished as a USAG Level 6 gymnast. After that, she was a competitive cheerleader for five years, reaching a Senior Coed Level 4 allstar squad. She also participated in her high school’s varsity cheerleading program.
At 18 she moved to Southern California for university. There she was the head coach for an elementary school cheerleading squad, part-time recreational gymnastics coach, and the Treasurer/Board member for her university’s Club Cheerleading team. She moved to Florida in 2015 where she was a full-time recreational gymnastics coach at Tumbleweeds Gymnastics for 2 years. In 2017 she graduated from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
She brings over 6 years of coaching experience between gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling. She is thrilled to bring her background and love of coaching to Charlotte Allstars.

Whitney Cleland

Whitney has been involved in cheerleading for over 25 years. She is originally from a small town in West Virginia and is a proud alumni of the Ohio Valley Allstars. Whitney continued her cheerleading career at Kent State University, where she served as team captain for two years. During her time at KSU, she was a four-time member of the nationals team and competed in the all girl, small coed and partner stunt divisions at UCA College Nationals. While in college, Whitney earned a spot on UCA Staff and instructed high school and collegiate cheerleading camps across the country as an elite stunter.

She has an extensive judging background on the regional, state and national level and is USASF credentialed and AACCA safety certified. Whitney coached both cheerleading and dance at Kent State University for six seasons, with her teams placing in finals at NCA College Nationals each year. She is the former Allstar Program Director at Ohio Extreme Allstars (now known as Top Gun Ohio), earning the Program of the Year Award at Jamfest Supernationals in 2017. Following her time in Ohio, she coached at FAME Allstars in Virginia Beach- where she lead teams to The Summit finals.

In addition to coaching at Charlotte Allstars, Whitney currently works remotely as the cheer and dance sales coordinator for Woodward Camp.

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Saturday Open Gym

Go Out, We'll Entertain Your Kids

  • Time: 6-10pm
  • Ages: 5 and Up
  • Cost: $15 Members / $20 Non-members
  • Jan 11 & 25
  • Feb 8 & 22
  • Mar 7 & 21
  • April 4 & 18
  • May 2, 16, & 30

Open Gym is a time for friends to come together and “free play” at the gym without formal instruction. You have the opportunity to play on inflatables & trampolines, jump in the pit, tumble, stunt and play games. PIZZA INCLUDED!

Cash Preferred / Sibling Discounts / Walk-ins Welcome!

** Members (currently enrolled in a seasonal CAGC Program) **

School's Out!

Open Gym Schedule

  • Winter/Spring 2020
  • Jan 2, 3, 20 & 24
  • Feb 17
  • March 27
  • April 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, & 17

Open gym trampolines, inflatables, foam pit

AWESOME FUN!
Ages 5 & up
1pm - 3pm
$10 per child Drop off