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The single most important action a youth sports organization can take to enhance its program is to train its volunteer coaches. Encourage your organization to train their coaches. A Parent Orientation Program and Criminal Background Checks are now available.

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Oak Harbor Wildcats Training Corner
http://www.oakharborcheer.com/CheerleadingTrainingCorner.html
Rating: 9/10
This website is operated by a high school cheerleading team. The "Training Corner" portion of the website focuses on coaching issues, practice tips, safety, tryout information and spirit/motivational ideas. Many in-depth articles are available, and additional areas of the website contain stunting videos, chants and numerous links to cheerleading organizations, team pages and merchandise.

Cheerleading on About.com
http://cheerleading.about.com/cs/101
Rating: 8/10
About.com covers every aspect of cheerleading including, cheers and chants, jumps, stunts, and tumbling. They also have fun stuff like cheerleading quizzes and special forms for the coaches. For more information, check out their Frequently Asked Questions.

DanceCheer.net
http://www.dancecheer.net/entrance.html
Rating: 8/10
Although somewhat difficult to navigate, this site does have a large amount of detailed information for coaches and cheerleaders alike. From the home page, look for a link to "the library," scroll down and then select "Cheer Zone" to find cheerleading-specific information.

Cheerleading.net
http://cheerleading.net/index2.html
Rating: 7/10
This site specializes in providing listings of cheer-related website links for professional, college, high school and international squads, as well as cheerleading associations, suppliers, gyms and fundraising organizations.

Cheerhome.com
http://www.cheerhome.com
Rating: 6/10
While fairly extensive, this site has several pages that are under construction or outdated. Perhaps most helpful are the message boards where coaches and cheerleaders can find information on various aspects of the sport. Check out the article archive for some interesting topics, such as "The History of Cheerleading."

See a list of cheerleading books & videos in our library.

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