Q: Can I join if I have never done cheerleading or gymnastics before?
YES! Of course, you can. We are here to teach people, we have teams and classes available for all ages and abilities (beginner to advanced).
Q: When are classes?
Click here to view our 2020 timetable.
Q: How much does it cost
Click here to register for a 2020 Information Package which holds all of our fees information.
Q. How to I register for classes?
Click here to register for a 2020 Information Package and we will send you details on how to register for classes.
Q. Do I need to go to Team Placements?
When we start a new year, if you are wanting join our competitive teams you must attend a team placement evaluation so we can find the perfect team for you!
Q. Do you have to pay term fees up front?
To claim the early bird discount, fees are due in full prior to the commencement of the term, however, our other option is direct debit over 8 weeks of the term.
Q. When will I find out what team I made it onto?
Team offers will be sent out within 2 weeks of team placements.
Q. Can I try cheerleading before I sign up for a team?
Yes, we welcome you to come and try any of our classes for free!
Q. I would like to become a coach one day, do you have pathways for this?
Yes we do, we have our coaches training program. To view more information go to https://infinityathletics.com.au/coaches-training-academy/
Q. If I am in a team that does competitions, do I have to do them, or can I just do the ones I choose?
Due to cheerleading being a team sport, when committing to a team for the whole season, you commit to all competitions that the team is doing.
Q. Do you have to wear a training uniform to training?
Yes all of our students are expected to attend class in training uniform. However, this is at no extra cost to parents as our membership fees include a club shirt which is part of our uniform, the athlete can then wear plain black pants and cheer shoes and the uniform requirements have been met. We do offer other types of training wear but this is up to the discretion of the parent and comfort of the child.