SCORING SYSTEM 2019
CheerExpo follows USASF/IASF rules and guidelines for school and allstar teams. Please note that the divisions offered at each event are listed in the registration tab.
Deductions & Legalities Sheet (and explanation)
Judges Worksheets (coming soon)
Methodology (coming soon)
Note that IASF / International divisions will use the regular score sheets but the scores will be re-weighted to align with the IASF /Worlds scoring system percentages.
CheerExpo follows the Standard Scoring/Cheer Canada/ Varsity Allstar Scoring system for All Star, Club, Rec, Prep, and Novice divisions (all of the categories are score the same way) with the following exceptions:
- Tiny Novice is a competitive division at CheerExpo and therefore has their own score sheets
- The physical layout of the score sheet is different to allow for easy transfer of scores to our tracking sheets (all scores on right hand side of sheet)
- The building skills creativity scores (stunt creativity and pyramid creativity) are on the building skills score sheet
- Toss difficulty & technique and performance categories are on the Overall Judge score sheet
- The school divisions at CheerExpo will have score sheets similar to last year (with updates to reflect changes in the Standard scoring system) since many teams in the eastern Canadian provinces are not encorporating cheer into their routines. Teams with a cheer can compete in the regular division with non-cheering teams and/or they may also choose to enter the Cheer ONLY division which will be a separate division with the 30-40 second cheer only. The cheer only score sheet above will be used for that division as well as for the cheer in the Global Club division.
Additional Competition Guidelines (score check, grand champions, max out, code of conduct, etc.)
Questions? Contact us!
CheerExpo is a division of CheerExpo Cheerleading and Dance Events, Inc. Financial Assistance Provided by HRM