Cheer Tryout Music
Full Year Competitive Cheerleading Team Tryouts
If you missed our team tryout, please call 770-753-8844 for a private tryout.
Georgia Elite Allstars features a state of the art facility with an observation deck, multiple spring floors and in-ground tumbling track. We have public wi-fi and are home to multiple school squads. We offer competitive cheerleading teams, tumbling classes and several camp options as well as the availability for birthday parties and gatherings.
Located in the highly desirable Johns Creek area we are convenient for a number of schools and with a highly qualified staff equipped with the latest in instructional strategies we offer a unique and supportive environment that challenges our kids to discover their abilities.
If you are looking for a gym to call home we are glad you stopped by to find out more about the exciting opportunities available to you at Georgia Elite Allstars. Please stop by or contact us to find out how you can join the family.
After 4 years we couldn’t be happier with GA elite… I remember when my daughter first decided she wanted to be a cheerleader. She was full of will and enthusiasm but completely without the skills she needed to make her middle school team. In short order Ryan and the other caring coaches and staff had her up to speed and she made her team. We watched with delight as she continued to improve. She progressed to competitive cheer competing on two teams per season and she has had a ball… and so have we. Our friends at GA Elite have become like family. That is in stark contrast to one of the competing gyms in the area we tried prior to joining GA Elite. Our daughter hated going to the other gym. They were harsh, especially towards beginners and seemed to be more interested in collecting our money than helping her improve. Thank goodness for GA Elite! They have been patient and kind, but push her when she needs to be pushed. I can’t remember a day in the last 4 years where she wasn’t pushing to take us to the Gym and the results have been great. She is now in the middle of her second year as a varsity cheerleader after making the team her freshman year. –Darla and Tom Bumagardner