Thank you for choosing Absolute as your Cheerleading & Tumbling training facility!
We take immense pride in the various programs that we offer to all of our athletes. We have won several local, national and international championship titles and are excited to enter into our 12th season as the North Shore’s only premier Cheerleading & Tumbling training facility! Absolute is the ultimate Cheerleading & Tumbling training facility. Combining positive reinforcement within a structured and disciplined environment has allowed our athletes to grow into healthy, mature and happy sport enthusiasts driven by passion. It is no wonder we consistantly place top 3 on a Provincial, National & International level! Absolute also boasts BC’s FIRST and ONLY All-Girl AND Co-Ed level 5 & 6 teams to attend the Cheerleading Worlds for the past 9 years!
We begin this venture by offering a promise to you, our family:
Absolute Cheer & Tumbling aims to make a difference in coaching, not only by providing our athletes with the most comprehensive training possible, but also by learning and applying what our athletes can teach us. AC is dedicated to the sport of competitive cheerleading and promotes healthy, safe and active lifestyles for athletes of all ages. It is a place where every athlete can find acceptance and friendship. Our staff is dedicated to developing the whole athlete, teaching and enabling life skills through cheerleading and gymnastics. We stress family values, sportsmanship, collaboration, dedication, self-confidence, honesty and leadership. We guarantee that our athletes will have continuous support every step of the way, while enjoying the sport and having fun!
We want our athletes to appreciate their participation in all areas of cheerleading & tumbling, not only their victories. We are dedicated to raising the athlete’s spirit, their team spirit, and spirit within our community!
I am very pleased how AC is providing more options for athletes to enjoy this sport. My daughter is enjoying her time on Superstars and without the half year option she would have had to leave the sport.