It is to my deepest sincere that my devotion towards becoming a leadership student is in my willing and power to achieve a desire. This letter is not to bore you nor waste your time I truly hope your dedication in reading this letter is as thoughtful as my dedication to fighting for a spot as a part of this group. You see, as a junior my grades weren’t all that good. Now, this is no excuse to use in this letter therefore I am willing to do anything to get this position. I may not have been chosen to be this student, but I will most certainly not give up. Leadership isn’t easy; I’ve heard this from you and others. It takes responsibility and commitment. As a student of SJLA I’ve gotten the great opportunity to see leadership students work together and put in extra time to make things happen. As a young lady taking responsibilities is a big step. I have grown to create a better person within me. I’ve gotten a job over the summer, paid my own stuff not only for cheer but at home too, helping my parents pay for stuff financially is a great feeling. I have taken the big step in becoming a flier and a back spotter in cheer and hopefully captain for our pom team. As a CheerLEADER this is a big motivation for me to once again become that student that others can look up to or can go to help for, being a leader doesn’t come from an atom, it takes time and patience. It takes destruction and strength to get back up and prove yourself you are better. To lead someone with great honor takes companionship, understandance, responsibilities, and an open heart to be willing to listen to a variety of individuals. Going in and out of classes is something most teachers won’t accept; especially being in a sport, for example cheer. Having all these event that leadership plans but also having to be included with your sport within the event is hard because your also letting…
In a cheer routine its 2 minutes and 30 seconds long.
That has opening, standing tumbling, stunts, running tumbling, baskets, pyramid
There's different levels of cheer from 1-5, in college there's level 6 but in all-star
cheer only goes up to level 5.
In each part in the routine the judges score it 1-10 on how difficult each part is
in the routine .
These are my
coached me all 6
years that I have
The Steps on Donating Blood
There are a lot of steps before and after donating blood. A process must be followed; the procedures must be taken in order to prepare a potential donor. Making the connection, getting prepared, and then finishing up with a rest to send the patient on his/her way. In following these procedures the donor has saved at least 5 lives.
First of all making a connection…
Why isn’t cheerleading considered a sport?
Cheerleading is not only a form of entertainment but an actual sport which has been around for a long time and has great variation. Dance, gymnastics and tumbling, all are considered some form of sports, but when they are all put together, known as cheerleading, it’s not considered a sport. Why is that? Maybe because it’s easy or maybe because cheer doesn’t have a good rep. What makes one activity a sport and another not one?
Do you know that cheerleaders…
socializing aspect. When in actuality his subconscious wants to drink. An alcoholic has to be honest with himself that his life sucks and he is powerless over alcohol. Before he has any hope of recovery. Step 1 “We admitted we were powerless over alcohol-that our lives had become unmanageable” (AA Big Book pg. 59).
Secondly the alcoholic has to accept that he or she is an alcoholic, and will never be able to consume alcohol ever again. He must accept that his self-will, old ways, and ideas will only…
An experience that is impacting me greatly is my high school senior project. For the past 4 months I have been coaching children, ages 7-9, for a cheer team at my competitive cheerleading gym.
My coach and I spend hours each week teaching children a competitive cheer routine for this season’s competitions. I thoroughly enjoy teaching the kids stunts, gymnastics and dance moves, and perfecting their routines. The girls on this team showed extreme excitement while they were learning parts of their…
My Big Step
Having completed a beautiful dress like this gave me a sense of elation. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the finished piece lying on the table in front of me. It was a pearl colored laced top, with a satin chest, and diamond studs spread across the shoulders. There were no words to explain the look on my face when I was done. Even with all the doubt and lack of confidence I had in myself, it all changed when I looked at this final piece. The excitement I was in…
The place I drew on my map would be the place where I walk on to that of cheer mat and put 110% out to help my team with first place. Cheer has been my life for four years now and wow is it the best experience ever! Getting close to everyone on the team was a big thriller for everyone. We got so close we were pretty much brother and sisters a few weeks into practice. Being sophomore and going to Varsity nationals with your best friends and family has been the best experience ever. Majority of these…
I would use to describe myself, but there stands one quality in which I am most proud of. That quality is the ability to lead and be an amazing leader. Born and raised in a city facing numerous obstacles with little opportunities for youth to dream big with no worries, I have always been determined to become someone the world will never forget. My dreams are immense and I will reach them. I dream of becoming a more superior leader that leads the country to what we want most. My heart desires to help…
Cheerleading is a sport!
I have been a cheerleader for eight years of my life, since I was six years old. Take my
word for it, it is fun, but it’s not easy. You have to be dedicated to the team, spend long hours
after school practicing for games, and wake up early to get ready to go to games. It’s just the
same as any other sport. Survive the tryouts, and be a proud member of the team. It seems
like cheerleaders are preppy and happy all of the time…