When is preseason, early-bird; on-time; late registration period?
Preseason is before the first event. Early bird pricing is good until 60 days before an event. On-time registration refers to the 59-30 days before an event. Late registration is less than 30 days before an event. The registration window generally closes 10 days before an event.
What categories do we offer?
Teams can register as Allstar, Allstar Prep, Recreation, Pop Warner, Studio, and/or School.
All registrations are can be done through www.maximumcheeranddance.com/event-reg
What is MAXpass?
MAXpass is our Season Pass. MAXpass which gives access to all of our 1-day events.
How much does MAXpass cost?
Our registration deadlines are: Early bird is before October 1st; On-time registration between October 2nd and December 1st; and Late MAXpass registration applies to any registrations or additions after December 2. For specific prices, please email us.
*NOTE- With a MAXpass purchase, each event you register for requires a refundable deposit.
What all does MAXpass cover?
Each participant MAXpass purchased covers a single athlete’s entry into Maximum Cheer and Dance competitions for the current season, which includes events between October and June. It is like a regular registration in the fact it allows for 2 crossovers per athlete included in the price. Additional crossovers would be at regular registration price.
If I purchase a MAXpass for the participants on my cheer or dance team(s), does it cover their solo performance entries too?
A MAXpass purchase for a participant on a team does not cover individual or group performances outside of the team performance. They may register and compete in those individual or group performances at events with or without their team attending that event with the appropriate registration cost.
What happens if an event is cancelled?
We do our best to avoid cancelling Maximum Cheer and Dance competitions. If we do, you will receive all deposits paid for that event. If you would prefer to move that deposit to a future event, you are welcome to do so, in writing. If we are going to cancel an event, we do our best to make that decision more than 60 days ahead, but never less than 45 days before an event.
Do I need a MAXpass for my exceptional athlete teams (special needs)?
No. Exceptional athletes that exhibition do not incur any registration fees, so they will not be required to have a MAXpass.
What equipment will be there?
All events, unless otherwise specified, include: a 9-panel (54’x42′) birch wood spring floor with carpet bonded foam; a 9-panel carpet bonded warm-up floor; a 2 panel skills warm-up floor; and a 12’x60′ spring tumble strip.
General Event FAQ
Are your judges certified?
We take part in the certification process provided by MaXout. This includes training judges in building, tumbling, jumps, overall, and/or rules. Their training includes judging for Allstar, Allstar Prep, School, Pop Warner, and Recreation dance and cheer performances.
Are you USASF sanctioned?
Although we follow industry standard legality guidelines, we have decided to be a non-sanctioned event company. Your participants will NOT need to pay USASF fees to compete at our events.
Do you have a coaches room?
Yes, we do. The coaches room is always stocked with goodies and for national events we have something special for the coaches as well. We reserve this room for coaches only.
What is the price for general admission for spectators?
Unless otherwise specified general admission for classic events will be $15 (cash only) per spectator. Some venues allow us to take credit cards. National events will be $18 per spectator.
Active Military and 65 & over will generally be $2 less.
Children 3 and under to enter free with a paid parent/guardian/chaperone.
Do you allow vendors?
Yes. We do have an exclusivity arrangement, so it’s first come first serve for vending at our competitions. We already have t-shirts and bows at our company store, so we wouldn’t offer those opportunities. Email us for more information.
Are you on the unified scoring grid?
MaXout has created a unified scoring and judging process for IEPs. We have decided to participate in that system. The scoresheets are slightly different than that of the other unified system. That said, it has the same difficulty, technique, routine, and performance breakdowns. So if you brought the same routine to us that you do for #insertlargecompanyhere, then you should score in the same ranges.
How do you handle music?
Coaches are required to send in music ahead of time electronically. This helps us cut down on errors the day of the event. They/you will receive a link that is for a folder only viewable by that coach/gym and Maximum Cheer and Dance staff. For the warm-up and performance areas the team representative is still responsible for starting their music.
When do I get my scoresheets?
Within 20 minutes of your performance you can pick up your score breakdown from the tabulation table. Scoresheets will be available after awards. Once you pickup your score range sheet, it’s a great time to make use of that coaches room and review. Upon pickup, you will have 15 minutes to discuss your scores/legalities. We are all human and can make mistakes, so if you think we missed something in your score and you are out of range, that 15 minute window is when you should let us know. Please bring ANY/ALL questions to us before awards so we can make sure everything is done right. That said, we will ONLY discuss your performance that day. We will not be able to discuss other team’s performances or skills.
How often do you cancel events due to low registration?
We will do our best to not cancel events. We do need your support to make sure that happens. If a time calls for it, our promise is to let you know a minimum of 45 days before an event, if it’s going to be cancelled. When requested, you will receive a refund for any one-time registration fees or MAXpass deposits paid. If not requested in writing, you’ll get a credit to a future event.