Cheerleading Competition Application

For Placement on Connecticut Student Activities Conference (CSAC) Approved List of Contests and Activities

Applications need to be approved before publicity and registration materials are distributed. Applications need to be submitted to CAS a minimum of forty-five (45) days before the date of the competition.

All cheerleading competitions must be conducted in strict compliance with the current Spirit Rules Book of the National Federation of State High School Associations. Electronic submission of this application to the CAS web site attests to the sponsor's acceptance of this governance.

*Denotes field is required

Sponsoring Organization:
Name*:
Address*:
City, ST, ZIP*:
Telephone*:
Co-Sponsoring Organization (if applicable):
Name:
Address:
City, ST, ZIP:
Telephone:
Contact Person:
Name*:
Telephone*:
E-Mail*:
Contact Information to be Listed on Website:
Name*:
Telephone*:
Fax:
E-Mail*:
Website Address:
Competition Details:
Name of Competition*:
Location of Competition*:
Dates and Times of Competition*:
Snow Dates (Sunday requires CSAC approval)*:
Closing Date for Registration*:
Who is eligible to participate*:
Will the competition be during school time*?
If yes, how much?
What team entry fee will be charged*?
What is the spectator entry fee*?
What are participants expected to perform*:
Will non-school teams be eligible to participate*?
If yes, explain:
What categories/divisions will the competiton have?*:
What judging criteria will be used?*:
What type of floor will be used for the competition? Will the floor be matted? If so, what type of mat will be used?*:
What safety rules will be used in this competition?*:
Name of safety judge*:
Name of deduction judge*:
How many judges will score each team? Will they be completing a full score sheet or will category judging be used?*:
What provisions have been made in the event that an athlete or spectator is injured?*:
What prizes and/or awards will be given?*:
Does the competition meet the criteria used by the CSAC in evaluating contests and activities? If no, explain*: