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CONTENTS :
[ 04 ] [ 06 ] [ 08 ] [ 10 ] [ 12 ] [ 12 ] [ 13 ] [ 14 ] [ 15 ] [ 16 ] [ 17 ] [ 18 ] [ 18 ] [ 19 ] School Spirit USA Staff Cheerleading Songleading/Pom Mascots Advisors/Coaches Flag Teams Junior High & Elite Camps Commuter & Unity Camps Private Camps Dates & Locations Special Events General Information Enrollment Form

USA – TAKING YOUR SQUADS “

o WorkingT gether

Promoting School Spirit

Together

USA UNITY PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS :
Coordinated Material
The USA conducts the only camps that directly coordinate the curriculum and material taught in its cheer, song/pom, pep flag & mascot programs.

Leadership Workshops
These workshops focus on developing the necessary skills to work together on and off the field. Night 1 Day 2 Night 2 Night 3 Day 4 Unity Workshop GameTime Leader in Action Rally Workshop Game Action Evaluation & Teammaker Workshop

Game Action Evaluation
All of your programs (cheer, song/pom, pep flag and mascot) will work together to prepare for this unique game situation evaluation. We’ll help to get you on the right foot for a great crowdleading season.

Closing Ceremonies/ Spirit Spectacular
Highlight material that was learned at camp and share in the rewards of your hard work together.

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” WITH CURRICULUMS THAT PROMOTE: Building FriendshipsTogether

Making Memories

Together

“USA has been my first choice for spirit camps for over 20 years.
Debbie Abrao, Cheer/Song Coach, St Vincent’s High School – Petaluma, CA

The instructors and the material continue to be the best in the industry. You bring a group to USA camp and they become a team!”

The Longest Running Program Promoting Unity Teams
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USA Summer Camps –

Raise Your School Spirit with the USA!
The USA camp experience will prepare you for the many responsibilities of today’s spiritleading programs. Cheer, song/pom, mascot and short flags – we have it all – working together to promote spirit.

Technical Training and Safety – Right Here with the USA!
“The USA Staff models crowd dynamics – this enhances the unity and cohesiveness of our performances to lead our fans back at school.”
Eileen McGrew, Coach Vicki Koch, Advisor Agoura HS, Agoura Hills, CA

The USA brings you the latest in technical training to prepare your teams for a safe and successful season. Building, tumbling, jump and dance technique, warm-up and conditioning programs and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle – all part of the USA’s long tradition of quality camp curriculum.

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Super fun!”
Varsity Cheer Provo High School Provo, UT

“USA camps are a great, fast way of learning and building team unity!

United Spirit – A Tradition of Bringing Teams Together
Daily meetings with your USA “Staff Teammate” help teams to achieve common goals and set the foundation for a strong year ahead. All camp workshops focus on a variety of topics, including: • • • • • • • • Goal Setting Problem Solving Leadership Training Unity Building Ethics Spirit Squad Image Inter-Squad Communication and Much More…

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The USA Staff

Instructors Who Love to Teach – A Core Value of the U

Selected for their technical skills as well as their ability to effectively communicate with students of all ages, the USA prides itself on a staff that cares. Each staff member completes extensive training workshops to give you the latest in technical skills, leadership training and useable material. They want to see your squads succeed. You’ll work with a diverse group of role models comprised of the nation’s top collegiate and professional cheerleaders, dancers, mascots, advisors, coaches and choreographers.

For safety and professionalism, trust the experts –

Trust the USA!

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“The USA staff was incredible!
Varsity Cheer, South Park High School – Fairplay, CO

“The staff and all the material the kids learned was great. USA camp is something my squads look forward to every year.”
Kelsie Klar, Cheer Advisor San Dimas High School San Dimas, CA

They were very professional as well as approachable and friendly.”

USA!

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“A step above the rest!
The best camp experience any team could ask for. The foundation of a successful year!”
Dallas Finn-Long Cheer Coach Loara High School Anaheim, CA

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USA CHEERLEADING
The USA camp curriculum focuses on the core responsibilities of the school-based cheerleader: Workshops Include:
• Sideline Cheering • Game Time Production • Rally/Pep Assembly Production • Basketball Cheers

Technical Training – the USA has you covered!
Regardless of your squad’s size or skill level, the USA cheer program will prepare your students with techniques to promote a safe and successful year.

Workshops Include:
The USA proudly supports the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) in their focus on safety for all squads.

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Motion Technique Building Safety – Novice to Elite Pyramid Progressions and Transitions Spotting Technique Warm-Ups and Conditioning Jump Technique Plus more…. [09]

“At camp, the only thing hotter than the sun was the dances we learned.”
Varsity Song, Sonora High School – Sonora, CA

“USA camp was a fantastic way for our team to prepare for the dance year by strengthening our team’s unity and providing exceptional choreography and dance instruction.”
Varsity Pom, Sanford High School – Sanford, CO

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SONGLEADING/POM

Truly“A Step Ahead”
The USA remains the leader in training for this unique program. Camps provide the opportunity for you to build a performance based team that places an emphasis on leading the crowd. Program highlights include:
• • • • • Dance Technique Training Proper Stretching Across the Floor Combinations Turns, Leaps, Jumps, Kicks, Tricks Motion/Straight Arm Technique

ROUTINE TYPES: Hip Hop, Pom, Jazz, Novelty, Funk Rally & Halftime Routines Sideline Routines

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Mascots
Building Characters On and Off the Field
Mascots provide a symbol to promote school pride and unity. With a curriculum and instructors who focus on this unique activity, the USA will help you to bring your mascots to life.

Program Highlights:
• • • • • • • Character Development Game-Time Training Sideline Gags Novelty Routines Props Usage Crowd Interaction Spirit Squad Unity

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A DV I S O R S / C O A C H ES

Make It Happen With
At each USA residential camp, head instructors work as your Staff Teammate to conduct daily workshops that focus on safety training and important topics that impact today’s advisors and coaches. The USA Support Staff provides additional student supervision during “off hours.” Dedicated solely to camp safety and logistics, they are there to help you and your teams get the most from your camp experience. [12]

FlagTeams
Performance and Sideline Based – The USA Has Training Just for You!
Make the most of your pep/short flag team with the only spirit camps to conduct training for this specialized group.

Program Highlights:
• • • • • • • • Basic to Advanced Twirling Dance Technique Game-Time Training Spirit Squad Unity One & Two-Flag Technical Training Variety of Stylized Routines Tricks/Tosses “Trick Challenge”

of Your Spirit Programs
Bring all of your squads together with a curriculum and material that is coordinated with what is taught in the cheerleading and song/pom programs.

www.nfhs.org

www.aacca.org

USA conducts the following NFHS Bronze Level credential courses at select camps (see camp locations for details): - Motions, Jumps and Tumbling - Partner Stunt Progressions - Dance Technique For more information about NFHS, log onto www.nfhs.org.

“For 20 years USA camps is and has been the greatest resource for my squads.”
Kayelyn Harris, Cheer Advisor/Coach Mountain Crest High School Hyrum, UT

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Specialized Camps

The USA conducts a variety of camps to meet a variety of needs.

Elite Camps
With an emphasis on technical skill building and more performance-based opportunities, the USA Elite Camp curriculum challenges the more advanced team technically, while still emphasizing the importance of leading your crowd.

“USA camp is a great way for a new squad to unite as a team. It provided high quality instruction with cheerleading basic fundamentals.”
Jennifer Schott, Cheer Advisor/Coach Steinbeck Jr. High School – San Jose, CA

USA Elite Camps Include:
• • • • • • • Accelerated Curriculum “Showtime” – Mock Competition Game-Time Training Exclusive Pyramids/Transitional Skills Tumbling Technique Classes Daily Stunt Challenge Spirit/Dance Star Competition

Jr. High/Youth Camps
This tailored camp provides a solid foundation for younger spiritleaders in an atmosphere designed specifically for their needs.

Entire cheer squad must be able to safely execute double-base extensions with a cradle and entire song/pom squad must be able to execute double turns as a pre-requisite to attending a USA Elite camp.

Jr. High/Youth Camps Offer:
• • • • • Extra Adult Supervision Lower Student-to-Staff Ratio Modified Camp Schedule Usable Material Game-Time Training

For a more advanced experience, junior high and middle school teams are welcome at USA high school camps. (Participants must be 12 years of age) Youth camps or clinics are also available. Customize a curriculum for your teams – call the USA for details! 1.800.886.4USA (4872) [14]

Commuter Camps
USA commuter camps provide a “day only” curriculum where students return home in the evenings. The program encompasses much of the content of a “residential” stay-over camp over a 3 or 4-day period. Schedules are tailored to fit summer school needs, often happening over a weekend.

“USA camps have never disappointed us. They have the total program to kick off a great year.”
Kathy Chappell, Cheer Coach, North Summit High School – Coalville, UT

Unity Camps – A Hallmark of the USA!
Bring your school groups together with a program designed specifically to promote unity between school activities – spirit/dance/band auxiliary units. These unique camps will offer the traditional skills based training and material taught in individual programs at the USA, while offering classes to build bridges between school groups.

Workshops include:
• • • • • • • • Group Communication Defining Roles Promoting Campus Unity Respecting Differences Role Model Responsibilities Unity Builders Team Dynamics Captain’s Corner

Specific hours of the camp will be designed to bring all programs together to work on common challenges that all activities face. This camp is designed to set a foundation for groups working together all season, building campus wide unity.

Don’t see a camp that meets your spiritleading needs? Give us a call – we’re here to help. 1.800.886.4USA

Private Camps
Choose a curriculum that meets your squad’s specific needs – from routines to technical training, it’s all here. Each private camp must have a minimum of 12 students. If you have multiple programs (i.e. cheerleading, song/pom, pep/short flags, etc.) and have less than 12 students in any given program, please call the USA office. 1.800.886.4USA (872) USA private camps include workbooks and special awards; however, they do not offer all of the curriculum or highlights of a “residential” camp.

Instructor Ratios:
1 instructor . . . 12-20 students 2 instructors . . 21-35 students 3 instructors . . 36-50 students 4 instructors . . 51-65 students

Student Fees:
2 Day Camp - $127 Per Student 3 Day Camp - $151 Per Student
Staff housing, travel and food expenses are included in the price for most locations. Additional travel cost may be incurred for certain private camp locations.

“USA beats everyone else.

... Do yourself a favor this year and take your squad to a USA camp. You will be glad you did.”
Susan Trujillo, Cheer Advisor, Tooele High School – Tooele, UT

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Dates & Locations
Abbreviations and Symbols: C - Cheer S - Song/Dance P - Pom/Dance M - Mascot PF - Pep Flag/Short Flag - Elite Camps - Junior High Camps - Unity Camps (with Dance (D) and/or Band (B) Camps) OC - On Campus COM - Commuter NP - Non-Participant *NFHS credential courses offered during these dates/location. NFHS not offered at Junior High Camp sessions.

ARIZONA
July 6-9 July 26-29 C, P (B) C, M

OC

COM

NP

UC San Diego
July 17-20 August 4-7

OC

COM

NP

(to be held at but not sponsored by UC San Diego) $287 $287
OC

Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
$140 $140
COM

$257 $257
NP

C C, S

$331 $331

$140 $140

$301 $301

UCLA

CALIFORNIA
June 24-27 July 21-24 July 28-31 August 4-7 August 11-14 C, S, M C, S, M C, S C, S, M C, S, M

(to be held at but not sponsored by UCLA) June 26-29 July 17-20 August 7-10 C, S (B) $342 $140 $312 C $357 $155 $312 C,S,M,PF $342 $140 $312

Santa Barbara (Francisco Torres)
$331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301

OREGON
July 23-26 C

OC

COM

NP

Lewis and Clark College, Portland
$258 $140 $228

Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks
July 24-27 C $326 $140 $296

University of Oregon, Eugene
August 3-6 C $264
OC

Cal State Sacramento UC Santa Cruz
June 27-30 July 11-14 July 18-21 July 25-28 August 4-7 August 8-11 August 9-11 August 13-16 C, S C,S,M,PF C, S C, S, M C, S C, S, M C, S C, S, M $337 $337 $352 $337 $337 $352 $254 $337 $140 $140 $155 $140 $140 $155 $125 $140 $307 $307 $307 $307 $307 $307 $224 $307 July 31-Aug. 3 C, S (B) $323 $140 $293

$140
COM

$234
NP

UTAH
June 23-26 June 30-July 3 July 1-3 July 7-10 July 14-17 C C C C (D) C, S

Cal State Stanislaus
July 11-14 C, S $297 $140 $267

Utah State University, Logan
$257 $140 $227 $272 $155 $227 $202 $125 $172 $257 $140 $227 $272 $155 $227

Central High School, Fresno
June 27-30 C, S, M (commuter) $140
OC COM NP

UC Irvine
July 17-19 July 25-28 July 31-Aug. 3 August 7-10 August 13-16 C, S C, S, M C,S,M,PF C (B) C $254 $125 $224 $346 $155 $301 $331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301 $331 $140 $301

COLORADO
June 19-22 C, P

Southern Utah University, Cedar City
July 16-19 C (D) $260 $140 $230

Mesa State College, Grand Junction
$257
OC

$140
COM

$227
NP

Brigham Young University, Provo
June 18-21 C, S Visit BYU’s website at http://dancecamps.byu.edu for registration information, or contact the office of Conferences and Workshops at (801) 422-7589.

IDAHO
July TBA C (D)

Cal State Long Beach
July 10-13 August 8-10 C, S C $331 $254 $140 $125 $301 $224

Boise State University, Boise
$253
OC

$140
COM

$223
NP

Bakersfield (Location TBA)
Dates TBA C (commuter) $140

NEVADA

WASHINGTON
Dates TBA C

OC

COM

NP

Carson High School, Carson City
July 31-Aug. 2 C, S (commuter) $140

St. Martin’s College, Lacey
$261 $140 $231

GoTo: www.usa.varsity.com for the most current camp dates and locations.
Note: Dates and locations are subject to change.

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The USA continues it’s year-long commitment to provide opportunities for spirit squads to learn, perform and

create life-long memories.
All-Star Nationals
Southern Califonia

Tours & Special Events Only at USA
London Tour
London, England

Junior Nationals
Disney’s California Adventure® Anaheim, CA

Great America Spirit Competition
Santa Clara, CA

49ers Spirit Rally
San Francisco, CA

High School Nationals
Sothern California

Collegiate Nationals
Las Vegas, NV

Dance/Drill Nationals
Southern California

USA Classics
No. & So. California

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Competition
Santa Cruz, CA

Golden State Warriors Spirit Rally
Oakland, CA

USA Championships
California & Utah

Gilroy Gardens Competition
Gilroy, CA

Trailblazers Spirit Rally
Portland, OR

UCLA Spirit Rally
Pasadena, CA

GENER AL INFORM AT ION
1. RESERVATIONS: Once you have selected your camp date and location and have an estimated number of students who will attend, you may make reservations by calling the USA office. Your final numbers will be confirmed when you have submitted your Enrollment Form and per person deposit. 2. REGISTRATION: Complete the attached Enrollment Form. The form may be duplicated for additional names. Send one enrollment form per team/squad (include all participants and non-participants). A $50.00 per person registration deposit must be sent with the Enrollment Form. The $50.00 non-refundable deposit secures your place in the camp and is applied to the total camp fee. Full payment may be sent with the Enrollment Form if desired. (Please see below for detailed information regarding payments) 3. The “On Campus” fee includes all housing, meals and instruction. The “Commuter” fee includes instruction only. (Meals may be purchased for “commuters” on a per meal basis at most facilities – contact the USA office for more information). The “Non-Participant” fee includes housing and meals. Due to contractual obligations with host facilities, camp fees will be charged to all attendees regardless of age or participation. Adults may also audit student classes and attend director’s workshops. Participants must be at least 10 years of age to attend a Jr. High Camp; and at least 12 years of age to attend a High School Camp. 4. Once the USA office has received your enrollment form and per person deposit, a camp packet including medical release and waiver forms (please do not fax or mail these forms into the USA office), an invoice for each team/squad (i.e.: Varsity, JV, or Freshman; per program) reflecting the final numbers submitted on your Enrollment Form, and additional camp information will be mailed to the person designated to receive correspondence. 5. PAYMENT INFO: Payment can be made by credit card, school or cashier’s check, money order or school purchase order. Personal or organizational checks are not accepted. Make all payments payable to “USA Summer Camps.” Please no cash, personal checks, or payments made by individuals. A $20.00 fee will be assessed for each returned check. If you are paying with a purchase order, it should be written for the entire camp balance and submitted with a completed Enrollment Form. Make sure the school name appears on the purchase order. Teams submitting purchase orders without a completed enrollment form will not be registered. As an added convenience, payment can be made with MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express. For deposit paid by credit card, use the space for credit card authorization on the Enrollment Form. THE BALANCE OF THE CAMP FEE IS DUE AND MUST BE RECEIVED IN THE USA OFFICE THREE WEEKS PRIOR TO THE CAMP OPENING DATE. ANY REGISTRATIONS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN PAID IN FULL AFTER THIS DATE WILL BE SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION AND ANY ASSOCIATED DEPOSIT PAID WILL BE FORFEITED. PAYMENTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT CAMP . 6. CANCELLATION/ADD/CHANGE POLICY: Any changes/cancellations after your Enrollment Form has been processed will need to be submitted in writing to the USA office. All payments, except the $50.00 per person deposit, are fully refundable if written notice of cancellation is received in the USA office at least 14 days prior to your camp opening. If you do not receive an invoice confirmation reflecting your revised numbers within 48-hours of submission, please follow up with the USA Registration Department. CANCELLATIONS ARE OFFICIAL ONLY WHEN RECEIVED IN WRITING AND CONFIRMED BY THE USA OFFICE. USA will ONLY accept cancellations in writing. Because of facility deposits paid by USA, “no-shows” at camp or cancellations received less than 14 days prior to camp will not receive any type of refund AND WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FULL TUITION. Payments may be applied to substitutes; however, if there is no alternate person, the $50.00 deposit cannot be applied to the balance of those attending. Should a “no-show” individual at a camp have an outstanding balance (i.e.: unpaid school purchase order), FULL TUITION WILL STILL BE DUE for the individual even though she/he did not attend camp. 7. A SEPARATE REFUND REQUESTS FOR CANCELLATIONS RECEIVED IN WRITING AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR TO THE CAMP OPENING DATE MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE USA OFFICE BY OCTOBER 1, 2008. AGAIN, THE REFUND REQUEST IS SEPARATE FROM THE CANCELLATION REQUEST. NO REFUND WILL BE ISSUED BEFORE THE END OF CAMP OR AFTER DECEMBER 31, 2008. ROOM ASSIGNMENTS: Room assignments will be made by the team representative upon arrival at camp. To expedite this process, please prepare your own rooming list (two to a room at most locations) and bring it to camp. FULL CAMPS: Many USA camps fill to capacity. If bed space is not available when you register, you will be notified immediately regarding alternate camp dates. CAMP CHAPERONE: Each school is required to bring at least one adult chaperone that is over 21 years of age. NEW! The camp chaperone fee is $125.00 and is limited to one per school/organization. Chaperone responsibilities primarily involve assisting and supervising students at night. Chaperones are assigned to areas with their own students; however, they may be asked to oversee students from other teams. Any additional adults (directors, coaches, etc.) should register on the Enrollment Form and pay the “Non-Participant” fee. NEW! COMMUTING COACHES/ADVISORS FEE: Commuting teams may register one (1) coach/advisor to attend camp at no cost. Any additional coach/advisor may attend at the rate of $25.00 per person. Please be sure to list all commuting adults on the Enrollment Form. USA’s Customer Service Representatives are ready to answer any questions regarding camp locations, dates, program details or registration procedures.

1.800.886.4USA (4872)

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CUSTOMER# _________________________________________

DATE REC’D_________________ DEPOSIT AMT_________________ CC____________________CK#____________________ PO#____________________________________ENTERED BY________________ AS_______ VC_______ JVC_______ F/SC_______ JRC_______ S/P_______ PF_______ M_______ NP_______ CP_______ COMM_______ MALES_______

F O R O F F I C E U S E O N LY
2008 USA SPIRIT CAMPS • ENROLLMENT FORM

Please print or type information and send to: USA Camps, 11135 Knott Avenue, Suite C, Cypress, California 90630 FAX: 866.761.9365
SCHOOL ________________________________________________________________________ SCHOOL PHONE ( ) _______________________________________________________________________

SCHOOL ADDRESS ______________________________________________________________ CITY _______________________________________________ STATE ____________ ZIP __________________________ ADVISOR _______________________________________________________________________ HOME PHONE ( E-MAIL _________________________________________________________________________ FAX PHONE ( ) _________________________________________________________________________ ) ___________________________________________________________________________

RESIDENTIAL CAMPS: INDICATE: ❍ On Campus

❍ Commuter

CAMP LOCATION: ________________________________________________________________ CAMP DATES: ___________________________________________________________________

’07-’08 TEAM TRY-OUT DATE: ____________________________________
PROGRAM ABBREVIATIONS: C - CHEER S - SONG/POM

Mark YES or NO to the following questions: Is the advisor/director attending camp? Is the advisor/director AACCA certified? Is the advisor/director employed by the school? Is the advisor/director over 21 years of age? Is the contact person the advisor/director?
PF - PEP FLAG VARSITY NP - NON-PARTICIPANT J.V. FROSH/ SOPH

❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍

YES YES YES YES YES

❍ ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍

NO NO NO NO NO

M - MASCOT MALE/ FEMALE

CP - CHAPERONE JR. HIGH/ MID. SCH. AMT. ENCLOSED PER PERSON

CUSTOMER’S NAME (PLEASE INCLUDE NP & CP)

PROGRAM C, S/P, M, PF, NP, CP

❍F ❍M 1. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 2. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 3. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 4. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 5. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 6. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 7. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 8. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 9. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 10. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 11. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 12. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 13. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 14. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ❍F ❍M 15. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Form may be duplicated for additional names)

TOTAL:

FEMALE

MALE

($50 deposit is non-refundable.) CREDIT CARD PAYMENT: (Deposits or complete payment only) ❍ VISA ❍ M/C ❍ AMEX ❍ DISCOVER CARD# _____________________________________________________________________________ CARDHOLDER’S NAME ___________________________________________________________ EXPIRATION DATE ______________________________ AMOUNT PAID _________________________________________ BILLING ADDRESS _______________________________________________________________ CITY _______________________________________________ STATE ____________ ZIP ________________________ CARDHOLDER’S SIGNATURE __________________________________________________________________ HOME PHONE ( ) _______________________________________________________

PERSON TO RECEIVE CORRESPONDENCE: _______________________________________________________ E-MAIL ________________________________________________________________________________ HOME ADDRESS ________________________________________________________________ CITY _______________________________________________ STATE ____________ ZIP ________________________ DAYTIME PHONE ( ) ______________________________________________ EVENING PHONE ( ) __________________________________________________________________

CHAPERONE: Camp Chaperone must be 21 years or older. NAME ❍ Male ❍ Female ___________________________________________________________________ E-MAIL _______________________________________________________________________________ HOME ADDRESS ________________________________________________________________ CITY _______________________________________________ STATE ____________ ZIP ________________________ DAYTIME PHONE ( ) ______________________________________________ EVENING PHONE ( ) __________________________________________________________________

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11135 Knott Avenue, Suite C Cypress, CA 90630

PARTICIPATING SPONSORS

Attn: Cheerleading Advisor/Sponsor
Song/Pom Advisor/Sponsor

Leading Your Crowd Starts at USA Camp!
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Crowdleading techniques have been part of the curriculum of USA spirit camps for over 50 years! Effective ways to lead your crowd are built into our game-action cheer training. Your team will have fun learning about the game of football at our exclusive Gametime Workshop!

USA Spirit Camps are USA Spirit Nationals Crowdleader Division Qualifiers!
Bring the crowdleading skills you learn at USA camp to USA Spirit Nationals! This USA Nationals division will allow your team to perform the cheer you evaluated with on Day 4 at USA camp! Simply add your fight song to your game action and your routine is complete!

The winner of the USA Spirit Nationals Crowdleader division will take home a custom run through banner!
Congratulations to the 2007 Crowdleading Division winners -

PARTNERS IN COACHES’ EDUCATION

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Agoura Hills, CA