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The cheerleading program supports athletics at both Saint Louis School and the Academy, while representing the Lancers on a competitive level. The program encourages school pride and good sportsmanship both on and off the field, court and competition mat. Members of the program learn positive life skills, including leadership, teamwork, respect for themselves and others and time management. They also participate in two to three community service events each year.
Students are eligible to participate on the Intermediate level beginning in grade seven, and the Junior Varsity and Varsity beginning in grade nine.
Head Coach Chanel Moke Puha has been coaching on the High School level for eight years and is a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools. While in High School, Moke Puha earned All-State and All-American honors and competed on the national level.
In 2012, Moke Puha facilitated the merging of the cheering programs at Saint Louis School and the Academy, which gave Lancer cheerleaders the opportunity to represent their own school and mascot in competition. And, the same year, she took the team to their first national competition, where they placed in the top ten for their division.