Become a BCCA Member

Visit Cheer-Reg in order to get registered as a member! Your program may have given you a passphrase if they collect membership dues on your behalf – otherwise all athletes can register and pay themselves for a BCCA and therefore Cheer Canada Membership. Email bccasec@gmail.com with any questions.

If you are a program administrator and would like to get listed as an affiliated program; email bccasec@gmail.com with your program and contact name.

Membership Information

  • The Associations fiscal year and membership year will be October 1st to September 31st
  • Membership fees will be set yearly at the Annual General Meeting and will be paid annually.
  • Membership is open to all schools, club teams, companies/commercial enterprises with a vested interest in cheerleading and certified judges.With your paid membership you receive:
Membership Type Fee (CAD) Taxes included Benefits of Membership
Competitive Athlete Membership $5 Plus Registration fees
  • Registration of all athletes on the BCCA database
  • Registration of all athletes on the Cheer Canada database
  • Eligibility for all BCCA scholarships
  • Eligibility for all ICU WSCC and WUCC bids
  • Eligibility for Kidsport Funding
  • Eligibility for BCCA Insurance Programs
  • Eligibility for athletes to use their time in programs towards high school credits
  • All fees go toward paying for communal goods that benefit all members (Sanctioned events, iPads that local EP’s rent for quality scoring processes, developed coach credentialing programs locally until Cheer Canada mandates a program)
Recreational Athlete Membership $2 Plus registration fees
  • Registration of all athletes on the BCCA database
  • Registration of all athletes on the Cheer Canada database
  • Eligibility for all BCCA scholarships
  • Eligibility for Kidsport funding
  • Eligibility for BCCA Insurance
  • Eligibility for athletes to use their time in programs towards high school credits
  • All Fees go toward paying for communal goods that benefit all members: developed coach credentialing programs locally until Cheer Canada mandates a program