I’m newer to the allstar cheer world so could use some advise. Daughter is at a D2 gym. She was put on youth level 1 last season. She was by far the best on the team (front and center for everything) and bored with it and couldn’t wait for the season to come to an end. She also was a flyer (extremely flexible) but wasn’t in every stunt because she was 11 last season on a youth team and the girls struggled to hold her up. Fast forward to this season and she was moved up to youth level 2. This will be the last year of youth age. Since the gym is smaller they filled the team with 1/2 mini age and 1/2 youth age and sprinkled in 5 girls that don’t have backhand springs so unfortunately she won’t get a chance to be a flyer. My daughter has her standing tuck, round off backhand spring but the gym claims they don’t like girls to skip levels yet a lot of their teams have girls that don’t have the tumbling skills for their level. A lot of parents mentioned to me they couldn’t believe my daughter wasn’t moved to level 3 so she could have the opportunity to fly and even one of the parents who has coached allstar cheer and judges cheer competitions. I’m having a hard time wrapping my mind around the fact I’m going to be spending $300/mth on a team she is too advanced for and not excited about but she loves cheer. What should I do? Should I just move on to a different gym? Maybe the gym that she is at just isn’t the right fit or is it not that serious at level 2. I’m just concerned if she doesn’t learn to fly at the lower levels how would she be able to fly moving forward.