Hanover College Invites You To Learn From Some of the Best
Sunday, December 15th
Who: Any high school aged student is encouraged to register!
What: College readiness stunt clinic
Where: South Dearborn High School
5770 Highlander Place, Aurora, IN
When: December 15, doors open at 1pm and clinic ends at 5pm
Why: Learn the latest skills from talented instructors from The Cheer Leader Magazine so that you are ready for college cheer leading and STUNT when tryouts are here!
Cost: 75$ to register; pay online through the registration link
Are you interested in being a college cheerleader or a STUNT athlete? Our college readiness clinic will teach you the skills you need to be confident for tryouts when your season arrives. All high school aged students are encouraged to apply! Wear athletic attire and hair pulled back.
Doors at South Dearborn will open at 1pm
Warm up will begin promptly at 1:30pm
Clinic will take place from 2-5pm
You will receive a t shirt from Hanover College and be featured in The Cheer Leader Magazine
South Dearborn High School
5770 Highlander Pl, Aurora, IN 47001
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