What is Recreational Cheerleading – This is a course where athletes train 1 day a week in a 1-hour session. Novice team athletes learn a choreographed routine that helps them develop teamwork, leadership, and safety skills that aid them throughout life. We have a wide range of ages that can participate and that is normal in our sport.
Novice Teams are Rec teams that learn a routine and perform at a local event or in-house at the end of the session. Our next session for Novice teams begins in September.
450, plus HST for the winter session. The winter session will follow the same practice schedule. Winter Class Schedule 2024.
- Mondays 530-630. 8-12 years old
- Tuesdays 530-630. 4-7 years old
- Wednesday 530-630. 8-12 years old.
- Saturdays 11-12. 8-12 year olds.
- Sundays 1-2. 5-12 year olds.
- Sunday Pom Dance Team 2-3. 8-12 year olds.
Pom Dance Team – This team will use pom poms and learn a cheer dance routine.
Combined Sunday Teams of Pom and Cheer receive a 30% discount on both teams.
The Winter session will include 1 performance on April 27 in Newmarket, ON.
What is required – There are no pre-requisites, all experiences are welcome. Most people who participate in recreational cheer have little to no experience in cheerleading. There are no mandatory attendance policies, no competition fees, no apparel fees, and no other fees besides the one-time program course fee.
What to wear to practice – Please wear your official Limelight T-shirt to practice. Also, please wear any comfortable shorts, leggings, or sweatpants. Shoes are required as well and should not be outdoor shoes. We must ensure that our shoes are clean, therefore we do not allow outdoor shoes. Please use any comfortable running shoes with a smooth bottom. Rough edges on shoes can be painful when stunting on one another.
How to Register – Click on Register and then create an account in Sports Engine. From there, visit the Recreational tab and purchase the team of your choice.