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Cheerleading » Cheerleading

Cheerleading

*Currently, because of Governor Newsom's orders, we are unable to come to school on campus. Therefore, we are unable to play sports. Once we know more information, we will update the Tubman community. 
 
The Tubman Cheerleaders do a great job representing our school. All year long our cheerleaders practice after school and take part in competitions and events all over the San Diego area. We are proud to share that they have won the Junior High School Novice Division Championship at the Aloha Spirit Competition 3 years in a row! They also won the LEVEL TWO CHAMPIONSHIP at the Las Vegas JAMZ Cheer Competition in May 2019! They beat out every team that competed in a level 2 category (high school, youth teams, middle, and elementary). That means they had the highest overall score with ZERO deductions from both performances. We are beyond proud!! 
 
More Information on Cheer-
 
The cheer program is broken up into two teams the A and B team. 
 
B team is mainly focused on learning the basics to cheer, such as: motions, kicks, jumps, cheers. B team does not have any age restrictions, the team can rage from TK-8th if a student needs to learn the basics to cheer.
 
A team is our advanced competitive team. On the A team in addition to doing everything B team does, we stunt and tumble. There are no age restrictions for A team, but in order to make A team the student has to have a full grasp on the basics to cheer.
 
Try outs are in the beginning of the school year and in order for students to try out for cheer they must be enrolled in Club TC(Our after-school ASES Program). Any student who joins Club TC midyear can join B team and work their way up to A team.