YOUTH PROGRAMS IN ALBUQUERQUE

FALL 2017

For updated information regarding your classes, fundraising opportunities, special event details and more!

Registration for Fall 2017 Classes

is NOW OPEN!

3 Simple ways to get started:

​​​​​​​NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS



REMINDER:  No Classes on Friday, October 13

Fall Break...Have a great weekend!


NEW LOCATION...NEW PROGRAMS

After Labor Day we will be offering classes at our new location:

Chavez Plaza, 1100 Coors Blvd SW, Suite B13

Now offering

Tumbling & Technique,

Dance Classes for our Mini All-Stars ages 3-5,

and an Advanced Level Cheer Team!


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Online Registration

Registration is easy from the convenience of your home or mobile device with our online system.

Registration form

Pay online 

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Phone Registration

Call 505-899-1666 to register over the phone with a credit card.

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On-site Registration

Register at the class location.  On-site registration is available at all locations on the first day of class.  Arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled class time to register with an All-Star Youth staff member.

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Payment is required to participate.


Welcome to our programs! 

All-Star Youth provides instruction in Pom & Cheer, Hip Hop Dance, Jazz/Ballet Dance, and Karate for youth ages 4 to 15.  All of our offerings are located in the Albuquerque metropolitan areas.  Our goal is to provide a positive, affordable sporting/dance experience in a positive learning environment.  We emphasize having fun through participation with good sportsmanship.  We encourage kids to be active and stay away from drugs and bad influences.


  • positive LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  • ONCE-A-WEEK CLASSES
  • PAYMENT OPTIONS
  • GOOD CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM 

Copyright 2017. All-Star Youth. All rights reserved.


  • INSTRUCTOR BACKGROUND CHECKS
  • BLACK BELT KARATE INSTRUCTORS
  • TWO RECITALS PER YEAR
  • COMMUNITY EVENTS PARTICIPATION 

all kids need is a little help, a little hope,

and somebody who believes in them.        

                                          -Earvin 'Magic' Johnson