United Spirit
Association

Where Teams Come True™

At Varsity Spirit, our top priority is the health and safety of our athletes, coaches, employees, family and friends. We are diligently monitoring the impact of COVID-19 and have a dedicated team working around the clock to provide support and solutions as the situation evolves. For information regarding your camp location, please contact your State Director. For the most recent updates on the Coronavirus, click here.

Band / Drum Major Camps: Kim Foster – KFoster@Varsity.com

Dance, Song/Pom & Pep Flag: Nicole Cestone – NCestone@Varsity.com

Cheer & Mascot (AK, CA, HI, NV, OR & WA): Tsutae Johnson – Tsutae.Johnson@Varsity.com

Cheer & Mascot (AZ, CO, ID, MT, UT & WY): Megan Bamford – MMBamford@Varsity.com

Why USA

The United Spirit Association carries a long tradition of uniting teams through activities. From elite to beginner levels and everything in between, USA provides a safe, productive and memorable camp experience that will build skills and transform individuals into teams and teams into a united program. USA exemplifies “unity” on the sidelines, on parade routes, on the competition floor, during spirit rallies, on campuses and in local communities through the collaborative efforts of our spirit, band and dance programs.

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The Arena: Did You Know?

Did you know? The Arena being used to play NBA games this season, at the ESPN Wide World of...

Aug. 5, 2020

Nearly New Dancewear Collection

With all of the unrest and uncertainty in our world today, Kennedy Webb felt inspired to make a difference somewhere she could. As a dancer for many years and lots of connections, she felt this was the place she could make the biggest impact. “As our coaches were going through all of the team gear […]

Jul. 14, 2020

Kidney Buddies for Life

When Katie Birkhead saw that her former teammate and friend needed a kidney donation, she had no hesitation to reach out to see how she could help. Chelsie Horton was diagnosed with Familial Juvenile Nephronophthisis at the age of two. This is a genetic kidney disease and Chelsie was expected to need a kidney transplant […]

Jul. 13, 2020

Lead With Love

Tiana Day is a 17-year-old cheerleader who wants to create change. On June 6, 2020, with the help of Mimi Zoila, she led the first ever protest across the Golden Gate Bridge. The nearly two-mile peaceful march brought together tens of thousands of people to protest and bring awareness to the Black Lives Matter movement. […]

Jun. 18, 2020

Overcoming Obstacles

Lexi Gude grew up a multi- sport athlete. Until age 11 she filled her time playing softball, soccer and cheerleading. Right before her 12th birthday she got life changing news. Lexi was diagnosed with Lebers Hereditary Optic Neuropathy, a condition in which causes loss of eyesight. Upon initially receiving her diagnosis, Lexi felt defeated and […]

Jun. 16, 2020