United Cheer


Why Cheer?

All Star cheerleading is a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2 minute and 30 second routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dance, and cheer segments.

Cheer is unique in that it encourages individual development (i.e. tumbling) as much as team development (i.e. stunting, pyramids). Your child can feel pride in learning a skill completely on their own and at the same time learn the invaluable lesson of depending on their teammates to reach a goal. Likewise the confidence developed in performing in front of thousands of people is priceless. You will be amazed how quickly your young cheerleader adapts to being on stage.


Our Cheer Program

Cheer teams are organised by age and levels, as with Gymnastics levels indicate the level of difficulty the routine is designed. United Dance Project currently has 4 cheer teams and range in age from 4yrs to 21yrs of age. 

Our cheer classes involve all aspects of cheer including stunting, tumbling, group synchronisation, dance, jumps, leaps and kicks. 

Our competition teams train 1- 3 times a week and compete at 3 Sydney based competitions through out the year. Athletes learn dedication, goal setting, teamwork skills and perseverance when they join a completion team.  


How to join?

Competition Cheer Teams not only represent themselves and their families they represent their United Dance Project family. Competitions students need to be able to understand and demonstrate our values;  Trust, Teamwork, Leadership, and Respect. 

Due to the high degree of both discipline and commitment cheer competitors have an eligibility criteria to fulfil. This includes minimum weekly classes, attendance requirements and rehearsals.


Competitions are a highly rewarding  experience for both students and teachers. We are extremely proud of the successful performance program at United Dance Project, we are excited to continue to create, inspire and grow as dancers and people!

Cheer ~ Provisional Olympic Sport in 2020!

Why is Cheer the fastest growing sport in Australia?