USA Cheer Music Initiative (For all competing teams)
USA Cheer has released their Music Copyrights Educational Initiative, and as a part of the Spirit community, we have committed to sharing the information and implementing these guidelines at all of our cheer camps and competitions beginning immediately. This program has been designed to ensure that the cheer and dance team community is aware of U.S. copyright laws related to music.
There is a lot of important information for all of us - event producers, coaches, choreographers, cheerleaders and dancers. Below, you will find an additional resource that provides you with options for the upcoming competition season.
View the preferred providers list here. This is a list of music producers that can help your team with all your music needs.
Teams must be able to provide proof of licensing when registering. This may include: - Proof of Purchase from a Preferred Provider - If using a single song, receipt from purchase of single song - If using an editor, (editors do not have to be on the Preferred Providers list), they must be able to provide you with proof of purchase from a preferred provider and proof of licensing for all sound effects and voice-overs included in the mix.
The Southwestern Cheerleaders Association is a Proud Member of the USASF. We strictly enforce all USASF guidelines. To view these rules, please use the links below:
* USASF All Star Cheer Rules
* USASF Image Policy
ALL STAR SCORE RUBRICS
* All Star Elite Scoring Rubrics
* All Star Prep Scoring Rubrics
* All Star Novice Scoring Rubrics
* All Star Tiny Novice Scoring Rubrics
ALL STAR LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS
* All Star Level Appropriate Examples
* All Star Prep Level Appropriate Examples
School Rules are written by the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administration. We strictly enforce all AACCA guidelines. To view these rules, please use the links below: