Who We Are

MISSION

The Mission of Stars Vipers Cheer and Tumbling is to provide safe, quality services focused on teaching young athletes solid fundamentals in tumbling, school cheer, and all-star cheer for school-aged children in Southern California. Our coaching philosophy is designed to help athletes self-discover their own ability through high-quality instruction in a fun, disciplined environment. The goal is to create strong independent leaders who apply their learning and work ethic to experiences throughout their life and future leadership roles.

TO BE THE BEST, YOU'VE GOT TO TRAIN WITH THE BEST 


When you enter STARS VIPERS you can be assured you are training with a highly qualified staff. Experience counts when it comes to your child’s safety. Our coaching staff consists of highly trained professionals from colleges all over the Nation.  Please check out our staff page for more information on our top-notch coaches!

REACHING INDIVIDUAL POTENTIAL


At STARS VIPERS we realize that every student is unique, therefore, we have designed a program for athletes of every level. We are committed to maintaining a low student-instructor ratio (1:8) to ensure personal attention for each student. Success is helping every student reach his or her highest potential.

BUILDING CHARACTER…INSPIRING ATHLETES


Our staff acknowledges the influence we have on your children daily. That’s why we work hard to build character and sportsmanship in each of our athletes. We want you to know that high morals, as well as expectations, surround your children while they are working with the Stars Vipers staff.

ALL STARS

Our objective is to provide the best, most disciplined training in the cheerleading industry.  We teach our athletes to excel in all areas of cheerleading.  Our goal is to develop the best squads possible, as well as instill qualities and values that last a lifetime! All Star Cheer is a year long commitment. All-Star teams are typically comprised of 15-36 athletes with a variety of skills and abilities. There can be solid, well-rounded athletes and those who have particularly strong abilities in certain areas. The coaches create a competition routine performed by the group that has elements of tumbling, stunting, jumping, dance, and other skills set to music.  The routines are typically 2 1/2 minutes in length.  At competitions, the teams are divided by age and ability level. The routines are judged by their level of difficulty, precision, creativity, and entertainment value.