Reva Shane Jarrett | Head Coach
Alma Mater: Appalachian State
Jarrett came to the Tornados in the fall of 2010, having served as a Club Cheer, Xcite, & Rockstar cheer & power tumbling coach.
Jarrett was with Rockstar Cheer in Asheville, where she served as the Cheer/Tumble coach for five all-star and one special needs team. She also served as the Head Cheer/Tumble Coach with Xcite Cheerleading of Asheville, heading up five all-star and one special needs team and has worked with Club Cheer & Dance heading up two all-star teams.
She is a former three-time Collegiate All-American Cheerleader at Appalachian State University. Jarrett was noted for her hard work, team work, dedication and guidance as a leading senior on the squad. She was a Division I-AA Three-Time National Championship Selected Cheerleader, a Capital One Bowl Half-Time Performance Cheerleader, and also an Appalachian vs. Michigan Top 12 Selected Cheerleader.
Jarrett also comes in with various coaching and instructor experience, having choreographed 15 National All-Star routines and 18 state and national Rec, Middle and High School squads. She also has experience in working over 70 recreation, middle and high school camps and clinics, with instruction on crowd appeal, halftime shows, homecoming routines and stunt clinics. Recently, her level 3.1 Sr. Rec. team, The Huskies from West Jefferson, took the defending title as the United States Finals Champions for the third year in a row.
Currently Coach Jarrett is working independently, traveling around the eastern part of the US choreographing and coaching numerous middle/high school squads, recreation leagues and all-star gyms. She is very proud to be a former Magic All-Star cheerleader where she claims she fell in love with the sport of cheerleading.
"My squads at BC have very much discipline & admiration for the sport of cheerleading and dance which is a top reason they are being formed into athletes with the desire to never give up. Any collegiate athlete should be honored taking the initiative to better his/her self & their skills. I have very much respect for my athletes and I receive the same in return."