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Who We Are
The Sierra Warriors Youth Cheer (SWYC) program teaches fundamental skills in the art of cheerleading – which includes dance and stunting – that its members will carry with them throughout their lives.
While it is our goal to build each team in a competitive fashion, it is also our aspiration to foster a sense of teamwork, leadership, and loyalty within each of our athletes. Without developing these characteristics, we cannot be Warrior strong.
Cheerleaders are the backbone of their school’s devotion and loyalty. They promote and encourage a level of school spirit that is second to none, and are the pillar and driving force behind their school’s fans and supporters.
Cheerleading has deep roots in America’s history. The first “pep” club was formed on the East Coast campus of prestigious Ivy League Princeton University, and it was ALL MALE! It wasn’t until 1923 that women were allowed to join these popular campus teams, with the number of female team members drastically increasing during World War II.
Today, Cheer teams can be found on almost every high school and college campus in the nation. It has grown from one male pep squad to a competitive Olympic sport.
- Mascot Cheer | Ages 4-6
- Pee Wees | Grades 2nd thru 4th
- Juniors | Grades 5th and 6th
- Seniors | Grades 7th and 8th
- August 1st & 2nd – Cheer Camp @ Sierra High School
- November 5th – JAMZ Tri-County Cheer Competition @ Selland Arena