top of page

Introducing New York's Newest All Star Cheer Program


"To provide a platform for youth, preteen and teenage females to develop poise, confidence, mental and physical strength through competitive sports, in an environment that fosters and inspires teamwork"



We are very excited to introduce you to New York Xtreme, Inc., a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization.  New York Xtreme, Inc. was established to fill what we see as a void in athletic activities made available to youth living in New York City.  Specifically, our goal is to create affordable and fun but challenging sports activities for girls living in the community.  Involvement in competitive sports plays a key role in youth development, academic achievement and self-esteem. 


2015-2016 was the inaugural season for Xtreme Stars Cheer, a competitive cheer program for girls ages 8-18.  Led by their accomplished coaches, Xtreme Stars Cheer will be competing at US All Star Federation sanctioned events.  Being part of a competitive cheer program not only helps these young ladies become stronger mentally, physically and emotionally, it also teaches healthy competition, teamwork, leadership and integrity, which translate into lifelong skills.  A core focus of New York Xtreme, Inc. and Xtreme Stars Cheer is to help the young girls in the community achieve their full academic and athletic potential through their participation in competitive cheerleading combined with mentoring services and academic counseling.  


Our cheerleading season begins in May and runs through April.  We thank you in advance for your interest in NY Xtreme, Inc. and are excited about what the future brings.   Please feel free to contact us with any questions.



New York Xtreme has teamed up with Roberto Clemente State Park to offer our participants a facility that provides recreational and cultural activities year-round for youth, adults, senior citizens and the physically challenged. The facilities include a multi-purpose recreation building, an Olympic-size pool complex, ball fields, basketball courts, picinic areas, playgrounds and a waterfront promenade. 


The park opened in 1973 as the Harlem River Park and was renamed after Clemente, the first Latino-American inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The annual Roberto Clemente Week celebrates the famed baseball player's life with a series of special events at the park. 

During the summer, the park is home to numerous concerts and special events. There is truly something for everyone at Roberto Clemente State Park.

  • Trampoline

  • Portable tumble track

  • Swimming Pool

  • Vault

  • Spring boards

  • Flexibility/Stretching Bands 

  • Competition Spring Floor 

  • Parallel bars

  • Locker Rooms

  • Floor mats

  • Landing blocks & crash mats

  • Training aids and foam blocks

  • Fitness Training Tools

  • Certified Instructors

bottom of page