The NKCCA follows all National Federation Spirit Rules(NFHS) for school teams and stunt groups. 

Click here for a link to the NFHS rules website


The NKCCA will follow all NFHS Spirit rules.
Each Summer the KHSAA sends every Kentucky High School a copy of the NFHS Spirit Rules Book.
Coaches, check with your Principal if you haven't received yours.
The NKCCA sells extra copies for $10, plus $2 if you want it mailed.

Online rules, pictures & videos can be found on the Cheer Rules website

NKCCA Stunt Group Rules/Guidelines
all NFHS rules apply to school stunt teams

NKCCA Game Day Rules/Guidelines

NKCCA Dance Rules/Guidelines

Missy White Memorial Award & Scholarship for Stunting Excellence

Mr. and Mrs. Bill White and the NKCCA are proud to offer the Missy White Memorial Award for stunting excellence to the participants of the NKCCA’s stunting competition.  The awards are in loving memory of Missy White.  Miss White cheered for Campbell County High School and Morehead State University.  She was a member of MSU’s National Championship squad in 1998. Later that year, Miss White died in a car accident on her way back to practice at MSU.  This award was established to recognize athletes that share the same commitment to technical excellence in cheerleading and dedication to promoting school spirit as Miss White did. 

 Since Miss White’s passion was stunting, the scholarship award(s) will be given to the group that demonstrates a high degree of technical execution with natural spirit and grace.  They will be chosen from within the Senior Girls stunt group or the Co-Ed partner stunt group. 

Scholarships will be awarded to the senior stunt groups only, (grades 10 & up). To be eligible for a scholarship, each applicant must submit an official transcript, school attendance record and a paragraph of recommendation from their coach. Scholarships will be awarded to only Northern Kentucky residents, but any All-Star member gym or school may compete in the stunt competition. The scholarship will be determined by overall impression and the judges’ discretion.