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At Lone Star Cheerleading Association we keep our teams as number one priority. We want them to be prepared to hit the field, court or UIL competition mat after our time together. Our staff is dedicated and trained to give each team a productive and tailored experience in a comfortable environment.


We enjoy being available all year round to answer questions, give advice and help in anyway possible. Many of our teams send us pep rally performance videos of them using the routines learned at summer camp! Keeping contact with our squads via social media and email keep our company atmosphere relaxed and relational.


Lone Star makes a conscious effort to keep all prices affordable and competitive. We offer several camp styles to fit the needs of our broad clientele. Each customer has access to a multitude of cheer and dance levels at camp and on the free material DVD.


During stunt class, we focus on technique and safety. We encourage our coaches and sponsors to join us and ask questions as we learn together. Stunt progression is very important so we take time finding each stunt group’s ability level and build upon that.


At Lone Star Cheerleading Association, we honestly feel our staff is of the highest quality. Many of them are past and present captains of their college cheer teams with national rankings. The gameday style is strong with these incredibly talented individuals.

Thanks for visiting Lone Star Cheerleading Association! Meet the Directors Garrett Kruckeberg

Garrett Kruckeberg is a Co-Founder of Lone Star Cheerleading Association. He has over 11 years experience as a cheerleader, 6 years as a cheerleading judge, and 9 years as a cheerleading camp instructor.. Garrett has coached everything cheerleading from All-Star cheerleading, School cheerleading, even mascot training. He is your all around cheerleading coach. Throughout his career Garrett cheered for his Alma Mater, Amarillo High School, as well as his University, West Texas A&M University, where he earned his Masters of Professional Accounting. Be sure to contact Garrett with any question you may have regarding our company’s programs.

Garrett@lonestarcheer.com Katy Kirchhoff

Katy Kirchhoff is a Co-Founder of Lone Star Cheerleading Association. She has 18 years of experience as a cheerleader, 7 years as a cheerleading judge, 9 years as a summer camp instructor, and 3 years as a high school cheerleading coach. She has extensive knowledge on Pep Rally Planning and execution and exactly what sponsors need in their day-to-day activities as a cheerleading sponsor. Katy is your go to contact for anything sponsor related. Katy cheered four years at Angelo State University and was captain her senior year when she led the ASU cheerleading squad to a top five finish at UCA college nationals. Katy graduated from Angelo State University in 2009 with a bachelors degree in chemistry. While Katy is not training young cheerleaders she can be found in the classroom teaching chemistry. Be sure to contact her with any questions you may have, she would be happy to help in any way she can!

Katy@lonestarcheer.com Testimonials

“I love that my girls had individualizes attention from the instructors. By lunch the first day, they knew all my girls names. The fact that they created a camp experience just for us was amazing. Just what my team needed. I will definitely recommend LSCA!!”

-Leann Rains, Cisco Junior High

“The working up to stunts was great! Teaching my squad to stunt with signs and better ways to come down from a stunt was awesome! The knowledge of the coaches was great and were able to answer any and all questions! We look forward to using LSCA again!!”

-Jessica Newkirk, Wheeler High School

“This was by far the best camp we have had since I have been a cheer coach. My girls were forced to push themselves and become better. If they struggled with something, they weren’t pampered. Your staff worked with them so that they could improve and gave us things to try that would continue to make us better.”

-Jala Nation, Prairiland High School

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