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Group and Private Tumbling

Tumble with the best of the best tumbling coaches!

FCA Cheer offers a terrific tumbling program. We have experienced tumbling coaches that are dedicated to help your child reach their goals. Whether they're struggling with cartwheels and round-offs or fulls and back tucks, our coaches will show you what it really takes to tumble at a world-class level.

Our competitive cheer team is required to take a tumbling class, and we recommend private tumbling as well. The class is run as a group lesson and works on perfection of technique of each skill before moving on to the next skill.

Acro for ISPE Students

We offer preparation and training for student athletes interested in The National Collegiate Acrobatics and Tumbling Association (NCATA). See below for more informatin regarding NCATA, a Title IX approved college sport.

 

Mission

The mission of the NCATA is to bring the sport of Acrobatics and Tumbling through NCAA emerging sport status to become a fully sanctioned NCAA championship sport.

 

Vision

The vision of the NCATA is to be dedicated in the guidance, leadership and governance for the sport of Acrobatics and Tumbling at the collegiate level based on fair and safe competition while adding competitive varsity opportunities for female student-athletes.The NCATA is committed to promoting Acrobatics and Tumbling, creating new competitive opportunities for student-athletes, coaches, and institutions with an emphasis on the value of responsibility, competitiveness, dedication, sportsmanship, and education at the collegiate level. 

Our Committment

To offer high level competition to female student-athletes who have developed regulated acrobatic, tumbling and cheer skills.

To provide safe, fair and consistent opportunities for collegiate athletes comparable to other varsity sports.

To become a NCAA Championship Sport in Divisions I, II and III with member institutions from across the country.

Core Values

In addition to the standards of meeting varsity sport requirements, the NCATA is committed to the following values and beliefs.

 

Athletic Administrator and Coach Led

The NCATA was founded by athletic directors, senior women’s administrators, and compliance officials. With heavy involvement from university legal departments as well as head coaches of participating member schools, this organization believes strongly in the commitment to collegiate athletics internally from athletic departments.

Non-Profit Entity Governing Acrobatics and Tumbling, the NCATA, is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit entity with the first and foremost purpose of emergence of women’s Acrobatics and Tumbling as an NCAA sport providing more athletic opportunities for collegiate female student-athletes. As a governing and policy-making entity, our focus is the safe emergence of Acrobatics and Tumbling.

 

Regulated Skill Development

All athletes must have a solid foundation of basic skills in order to advance safely. Working with USA Gymnastics, Acrobatics and Tumbling has created a program with levels of skills (similar to USA Gymnastics skill and competitive levels 1-10) that include progressions and uses safety as the primary development factor. This method produces better athletes while keeping the athletes safer.

 

Regulated Policy Changes

The NCATA is regulated by a set of non-profit Bylaws, Rules and Policies Manual, Risk Safety Management and a Code of Points for coaches, athletes, officials and administrators. Each rule change or policy directive is based on safety and development of the sport. Rule changes are initiated from an educated committee of university coaches and/or the top experts in USA Gymnastics.

 

Background Screening & Professional Development

The NCATA, by working with USA Gymnastics, has 100% of its professional members background checked. The screening is equal to that required of the U.S. Olympic Committee. The National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) provides the mandatory comprehensive criminal background-screening program for the USA Gymnastics and NCATA administered programs. In addition, professional members must complete safety and on-going training provided by USA Gymnastics and the NCATA.