Grand Canyon University’s Club Spirit is a competitive club that accepts all new members. Whether you have never cheered or you are the best of the best, this team is for you!
GCU Club Spirit usually practices two to three times per week throughout the academic year. Practices include game-day material, company routines and tumbling class.
Some cheerleaders want to cheer in college, but fear it would be too much on their plate. GCU Club Spirit gives you the opportunity to pursue your love of the sport and have that competition team feel but without rigorous practices. Our goal is to provide a fun, safe environment where members can grow and continue their sport.
Pay Club Spirit dues here.
|Saturday||12/08/2018||Cystic Fibrosis Walk||Scottsdale Promenade, Scottsdale, AZ||9:00 AM||TBA|
|Saturday||02/16/2019||Phoenix ATC||Phoenix, AZ||NA||TBA|
|Sunday||02/17/2019||Phoenix ATC||Phoenix, AZ||NA||TBA|
|Saturday||03/30/2019||Cheersport Phoenix||Phoenix, AZ||NA||TBA|
|Saturday||04/06/2019||Jam Festival||Grand Canyon University||NA||TBA|
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Jordan Elmore becomes the new student head coach of GCU Club Spirit for the 2018-19 season. Elmore is originally from Imperial, California, and is currently in his senior year at Grand Canyon University pursuing a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a Minor in Counseling focusing on Addiction and Substance Abuse.
Elmore started dance at a young age, and was a part of the color guard team at Imperial High School, where he won both Best Color Guard and the Captain’s award in 2014. After graduating from IHS, Elmore began participating in competitive cheerleading with the Venom Elite All-Stars in Imperial. Elmore joined the GCU Spirit Club during the 2017-18 season after transferring from Imperial Valley College.
After completing his degree at GCU, Elmore hopes to work part-time in the cheer or dance industry while being a guidance counselor at a school in Arizona.