Team Registration Information

Registration for Competitive Teams:

Step 1: Read through the handbook (available for download below) and complete the athlete information and waivers at the back. Submit with registration fee payment.  Registrations are due

Step 2: Attend a New Parent or Returning Parent Information Session. 

Step 3: Submit your registration in person during office hours or by email with an e-TRANSFER or Credit Card pre-paid form, 

Step 4: Your athlete attends one of the skill assessment dates posted on our Facebook Page/Website (or email for upcoming dates). Returning Athletes will be placed directly into a summer training session based on skills demonstrated during May. New athletes will be assessed and placed accordingly. 

Step 5: Your athlete will be placed into a summer training session and from there will be grouped onto their competitive teams. September tuition is due before September 1st to confirm their team placement. 

Semi-competitive, novice, and recreational team registrations are due prior to the start of your schedules season.

It is important to note that many of our age levels will fill quickly so registering as soon as possible is the best option for a correct team placement. We will accept registration at the end of summer only on teams where there is space and only for specific positions. 

New Athlete?

Even an athlete who is brand new to the sport of cheer can join a competitive team. All athletes registering with us are guaranteed a spot on a team and through skill assessments coaches will help to determine which team will help your athlete achieve the most positive growth in the coming season. The following steps may be completed out of order.

Multiple sibling discounted rates available.

Parent Handbook and Registration Forms (pdf)


Cheer Registration Forms (pdf)


General Information

Additional Resources

The Parent Handbook is designed to provide all information needed to chose the program for your athlete to the upcoming year, as well as all dates needed to help you plan your year.

The guide to being a cheer parent is designed to provide additional information to those parents who are new to cheer or who have questions about the sport and competitions.  This document is a compilation of the most frequently asked questions as well as some general knowledge of the sport.

Tot-Time, Open Gym, and Summer Camp waivers are also available to fill out and have ready for your drop in or summer camp session.

Summer Camps, Tot Time or Open Gym:

Registration for summer camps and needs to be submitted to our office and paid prior to the start of the session.

Our open gym/tot-time is drop in; all fees and waivers can be submitted directly to the office at the time you arrive.

Parent Handbook (pdf)


An OK Firestorm Cheer Parent - Guide (pdf)


Firestorm Gym Waiver (pdf)


Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our athletes and families (new or to be), so feel free to visit during normal practice hours. 

Okanagan Firestorm Cheerleading

#5 - 360 Spedding Crt, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada


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