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Welcome to the fourth year of The Ramettes, a youth cheer and dance program for kids ages 4-15. Our newly enhanced program provides the opportunity for girls to learn traditional cheerleading, jazz, and hip hop dance taught by CSU cheerleaders and dances, all in a fun environment! We have enhanced the material and format and are eager to start year 4. The Ramettes will perform as a group a minimum of seven times per season with the majority of performances being at CSU Athletic events. Which includes a special performance with the current CSU cheerleaders & Golden Poms. All proceeds from the program assist in funding the CSU Spirit Squad program.
New Ramette: $220.00
Returning Ramette: $100.00
*Will vary based on what needs to be replaced.
*Contact Coach for information on CSU employee & additional sibling rates.
Register today and become a part of the Official CSU Spirit Squad family!!!
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