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Welcome to Rebels Elite

Mercy Cheer Team is posted in the News section 5/20/15

Please email to plan your private tryout with our staff.

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389 Oyster Point Blvd. Unit 8F

South San Francisco, CA 94080

Located on the water front of South San Francisco, Rebels Elite is a competitive cheerleading gym that is home to athletes of all ages. Rebels Elite trains boys and girls ranging from age 4 to adulthood. Our teams of cheerleaders travel locally and nationally to compete against other competitive teams. We also train some of the best school teams in the Bay Area at our exciting stunt clinics and cheer camps.

 At Rebels Elite, Cheerleading truly is a sport.

At Rebels Elite the coaches and students are respected and treated as a part of our family. We pride ourselves in the vision that we are not only training athletes to compete, but we are also shaping young people into strong and motivated adults. Rebels Elite is a family run gym that focuses on each individual athlete and encourages them to improve. Rebels Elite has several programs to offer. How can we help you?

* Tumbling Classes

*All-Star ( year round competitive cheer teams)

* Private Tumbling Sessions

* Camps & Stunt Clinics


What is Competitive Cheerleading?

Competitive Cheerleading is much different than school or pop warner teams. We do not "cheer" on a sideline or attend any games. Our teams consist of athletes from all over the Bay area who want to be pushed to increase their individual skills while working with a team to create an amazing performance. We make teams dependent upon ages and skills and then train them together to achieve new personal skills and new team skills. We choreograph an action packed 2 1/2 minute routine and then take the team on the road to compete against other competitive all-star teams.

Our training season is from May until September, and then our competition season lasts from October though March or early April. Our teams practice two days a week for younger and beginning levels and three days a week for advanced older levels. Our practices are a set year-round schedule and we practice week day afternoons and nights and weekend days for some teams. We compete about once a month during our competition season, and we continue to increase our difficulty and learning curve for our athletes throughout our practices during this time. We have many athletes that cheer or dance on their high school teams as well, and we pride ourselves on encouraging athletes to keep their grades up and to learn to balance their time.