MSAA Dance

Tournament Dates/Sites/Results

Winter 2024 Tournament Information

State – March 2, 2024 – Framingham High School

Results

New England’s – March 9, 2024 – South Burlington High School, VT – Click here for more information

Order of Appearance

Additional Dance Rule  for schools participating in the 2024 New England Dance Championship  on March 9, 2024 @ South Burlington High School, Burlington VT.

 “Lifts and Partnering” 

Dancers can be lifted with use of Poms as long as the lifted dancer is in an upright position and holding dancers are sturdy. 

If lifts include flipping, inversions, or any shape where lifted dancer is upside down, lifting dancers must either:

  1. Put Poms down to complete the lift 
  2. Use hands free Poms 
Fall 2023 Tournament Information

Dance State Tournament – November 18, 2023

Results

Site Braintree High School –

Program

Order of Performance

Purchase Tickets - ONLY ONLINE TICKETS WILL BE ACCEPTED
Fall 2022 Tournament

Saturday, November 19 – site Weymouth High School

Click here to view Results

Click here to view Program

 

Winter 2022 Tournaments

State Dance Tournament: March 5, 2022 – Worcester Tech High School (hosted by Burncoat High School) – 

Results

State Dance Tournament Program

New England Dance Tournament – March 12, 2022 Information

Fall 2021 Results
Approved Co-op

Important Information

MSAA Dance Awards History

Coach of the Year

MSAA EXCELLENCE IN COACHING NOMINATION FORM
“Recognizing Excellence in Character, Achievement and Coaching”

Award History:

2014 Jamie Campbell

2019 – Angela Rodriguez

ATTENTION All Cheer and Dance Coaches and Administrators:

Recent enforcement efforts by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) have highlighted the need for compliance with US Copyright Law. The Massachusetts School Administrators Association (MSAA) is providing the following information regarding the use of copyrighted music at school cheer and dance events (pep rallies, Homecoming events, cheer or dance routines in general, etc.) including competition routines.

The licenses purchased by the MSAA for the regional and state championships do not cover the music usage by individual schools. Each school is obligated to comply with copyright laws regarding the use of music. We understand that this change has come up at a time in the year where coaches may have already started the process of ordering, or have already ordered music. Coaches should contact his/her music provider to see what steps they take to ensure that they are in compliance. A list of preferred vendors has been compiled by USA Cheer and is included in the links below.

The information provided here and in the links below should not be construed as legal advice. If you have specific questions or concerns related to copyright laws, please contact an attorney.