Cheerleaders form a bond with each other during the time in high school that can last a lifetime, and working with your peers to keep your school's spirit strong makes varsity cheer an exciting and fulfilling experience.
By visiting the "Camps" subsection online at Varsity, you will have access to the latest camp schedules for cheer and dance camps such as the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) and the United Spirit Association (USA).
For starters, the uniforms of the varsity squad are usually the best the school can afford, along with other accessories like warm-ups, cheer bags, etc. You may even get a letter jacket once you earn your place on varsity.
This gives them a chance to see just how the varsity cheer squad really makes it happen, as well as an opportunity to shine - the cheer coaches and other squad members will watch to see who may be ready for tryouts.
One of the impressive services DeLong offers is that there is no minimum order - so no matter how small your squad is, you can get the same quality apparel and matching jackets for everyone on the varsity squad.
Students can try out for 21 men's and women's varsity sports teams at Frostburg, including basketball, football, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, field hockey, and track and field.
The school has several active sports teams with men's varsity sports in basketball, cross-country, and golf and women's varsity teams in basketball, cross-country, softball, tennis and volleyball.
Earning a varsity jacket is important to many high school students, and sometimes college students, and wearing one is a great way to show that you are dedicated to your school or to your team.
The thing to remember, though, is that everyone who made varsity - the same people who may be yelling during the clinics - had to go through the same pressure and tests to get where they are.
It is important - and a lot of fun - to take the time to really go through the range of choices in DeLong varsity jackets and come up with a style that really fits your school.
The Varsity at 61 North Ave., a local favorite, is a throwback to 1950s drive-in diners (with carhops to boot).