picture of 2018 Cheerleader's Choice: School Spirit Spotlight

That's right, YOU decide the high school and college spirit programs featured this season on Varsity TV. Fans will choose the FIVE fan-favorite spirit squads who will be highlighted in exclusive in-depth features—and possibly an original documentary!  HOW IT WORKS | VOTE NOW | 2017 WINNERS

Cheerleader's Choice is your chance to pick the high school and college spirit programs that will be featured this season in exclusive in-depth features—and possibly an original Varsity TV documentary!

1. Nominate

Help us shine a light on the teams that elevate school spirit, champion their communities, drive competitive excellence and make the world a more spirited place.

Share the background, tradition, community service and school spirit initiatives. We want to know what makes your team special and the more details you have, the better!

2. Top 20 Finalists Selected

Our super spirited Varsity TV panel will read all the nominations and hand-select 10 high school and 10 college finalists to move on to the final fan vote!

3. Vote

There will be 20 finalists, but only FIVE will have the opportunity to call themselves 2018 Cheerleader's Choice winners! 

You can vote once a day, every day during voting period. So get creative and get spirited - make some posters and rally social media, your school, family and friends to vote your favorite team onto victory!

4. Champion Reveals! [SEE 2017 CHAMPIONS]

The five spirit squads that receive the most votes will be featured this season on Varsity TV! All 5 champions will be revealed on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. It doesn't get more exciting than that!

2018 Cheerleader's Choice Schedule

NOMINATION ENTRY PERIOD: Mon. 6/11 at 8 AM CT – Fri.  6/22 at 8 PM CT. 

TOP 20 FINALISTS REVIEWED & SELECTED: Sat. 6/23 at 8 AM CT - Tue 6/26 at 8 PM CT.

VOTING PERIOD: Wed. 6/27 at 8 AM CT – Thurs. 7/5 at 8 PM CT.

WINNER REVEALS: July 10, 2018

Rules & Restrictions

Anyone may submit a nomination. Spirit programs nominated must be located in the United States in order to be eligible to win. Finalists will be selected based on creativity, originality, community involvement and uniqueness. Multiple nominations for the same program will be taken into consideration. Finalists will consist of 10 high school programs and 10 college programs. Votes are limited to one per person, per day. The five programs receiving the most votes will win.