Our Policies & Code of Ethics:
All members of the BCSC including coaches and judges agree, through their membership, to abide by the BCSC Code of Ethics. The BCSC code of ethics is organized around four ethical principles identified below.
Respect for participants: Acting with respect for participants means that all members:
Responsible behavior: Responsible behavior means that members will :
Integrity in Relationships: Integrity means that members are expected to be honest, sincere and honorable in their relationship with others. Members should also be aware of how their perspectives influence their interactions with others. Coaches and volunteers are also encouraged to follow the “Rule of Two”
Honoring Sport: Honoring sport means that members will:
Recruitment Policy: In accordance with the BCSC rules and regulations, contacting athletes with the intent to recruit said athlete to another club is frowned upon. Specifically: No athlete should be contacted (in person, by phone, or on the internet) by any person that, in any way, is representing another cheerleading club for any reason. This includes coaches, directors, parents, mentors, consultants, and/or any person that works or volunteers for another club.
Alternate Dispute Resolution Policy (pdf)Download
Appeals Policy (pdf)Download
Commitment to Fair Play Policy (pdf)Download
Discipline and Complaints Policy (pdf)Download
Screening Policy (pdf)Download
BCSC Conflict of Interest (pdf)Download
BCSC Drug Free (pdf)Download
BCSC bylaws May 30 2021 (pdf)Download
BCSC PIPA (pdf)Download