The Wolves of Peachtree Corners competitive cheer program is on a winning streak, having scored its third consecutive National and Grand Championship with the Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders (FCC) competition recently held in Orlando, FL.

The Wolves, a parent-organized cheerleading club comprised of athletes who all attend Wesleyan School in Peachtree Corners, is quickly earning a reputation in the competitive cheerleading world.

It seems the girls on the GOLD and WHITE teams are unstoppable, both having won their divisions at all regional competitions this season and National Championships and Grand Championships at FCC Nationals.

And the GREEN team has soared to new heights, winning fourth place in its category — the team’s best scoring performance to date.

The way Program Director Stephanie Powell sees it, the recent victory is a positive reflection on the whole county and especially the Peachtree Corners area. A nationwide program, FCC’s headquarters are located in Suwanee, GA. Visit cheerfcc.org to learn more.

According to Powell, parents at Wesleyan decided to connect with FCC only three years ago seeking a competitive outlet for their girls that aligned with the Christian mission of their school.

“It’s been wildly successful,” Powell said. “All three years, the Gold team has won National and State championships, which was a huge feat for a new program.”

She added,” It’s good for everyone, the parents are excited, the athletes. And it was a God-thing for us, how it developed — it gave the girls a chance to grow in confidence. It’s been amazing! It’s not