Midway Wolverines Cheerleading
**Midway Cheerleading Uniform Fittings**
Here are the uniform fitting dates for the 2021 season:
- Tuesday, April 13th 6:00 - 8:00pm
- Saturday, May 15th 10:00 - 12:00pm
- Wednesday, June 2nd 6:00 - 8:00pm
Midway Community Building
5100 Post Road (near the tennis courts)
- all cheerleaders are required to attend one fitting
- cheerleaders should wear a bathing suit and bring socks
- send ONLY one parent and no siblings please
- masks required
- we will let in a certain number at a time
Thank you in advance for your patience and help following these guidelines!
We are so excited to see our new and returning cheerleaders!! Go Wolverines!
For any questions, please email
Midway Park Cheerleading is a legacy that began over a decade ago. As the official youth program sanctioned by the County under West Forsyth High School, we are excited to welcome your family to the association and community.
The Midway Wolverines participate in youth football and cheerleading as part of the Forsyth County Youth Football and Cheerleading Association (FCYFA).
Midway Park Football and Cheerleading Association is a non-profit organization run by dedicated community members and volunteers. As a Forsyth County Recreational Program, our focus is on creating a positive experience for our players, cheerleaders, volunteers and their families.
Age and Grade Requirements
To be eligible for cheerleading, participants must be at least 5 years of age on August 31 of the current season and no more than 14 years of age by August 31 of the current season to be able to participate. The age groups are based on grade first with a max age per grade. Cheerleaders may cheer up one age group with prior approval from the Vice President of Cheerleading but cheering down is not permitted.
Cheering up means that your child has received prior approval from the Vice President of Cheerleading to cheer one grade-level up from where they are in school. For example, a cheerleader starting the school year and cheer season in kindergarten can cheer up one grade-level, which would be 1st grade; please note, our Kindergarten and 1st graders cheer on the same squad. A child starting the school year and cheer season in first grade can cheer up one grade-level, which would be 2nd grade. A final example would be a child starting the school year and cheer season in second grade can cheer up one grade-level, which would be 3rd grade and so forth.
At the end of the season, friends and family will be invited to Midway Bowl! This is a fun day of celebration where each cheer team will showcase what they learned through a routine. We encourage the football players to come out and support their cheerleaders.
All games and practices in the month of October are mandatory for Cheer Bowl participants. It is extremely important that you arrive to practice and games on time and be ready to participate. Parents will be required to read and sign the Cheer Bowl Agreement prior to the start of the Cheer Season. These rules are set to give the cheerleaders at Midway the best opportunity to shine during competition.
All our cheer coaches, assistant coaches and cheer board / committee members are background checked through the county at the beginning of the season and are certified by the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) organization. All coaches will participate in a stunting technique and safety clinic with professionals from Twisters Cheer Gym prior to the start of the season to ensure proper and age-appropriate stunting.
Your registration fee includes the following:
FCYFA insurance for your cheerleader
Cheer warm-up (jacket with cheerleader’s name and leggings)
Practice uniform* (t-shirt & shorts); *mandatory to be worn at all practices/camps/clinics
Poms (returned at the end of the season);
Cheer and Chant Clinic hosted by West Forsyth High School Cheerleading
**uniform, warm-up, practice uniform, shoes, bloomers & bow are the cheerleaders to keep!**