I also, and this is actually more for the rest of the school system I was in was, that, I wanted to be a male cheerleader (yes, mostly because of the girls, but also because I found it cool and always felt like I would have been good at it) but, all the schools I went to, didn't allow co-ed. I don't know if all high schools and school systems are like that but, yeah.
My school DID have a gymnastics team but, it just isn't the same as cheer.
Any body who says, "you're gay" for wanting to do it... guys, were originally, the ONLY cheerleaders. Girls just sort of "took it over". George W. Bush, was a cheerleader
First, I wanted to attend the US Naval Academy. I had a full medical examination, passed all of the academic tests and the physical fitness acceptance test (there are dozens more details omitted). I was nominated, but not appointed.
Okay, on to Plan B, which was Navy ROTC.
My goal was to become a naval aviator and fly an F-14 Tomcat. Before signing on the dotted line, I was given another medical exam, including the eye examination of a lifetime. They did everything buy pop my eyeballs out of their sockets and hand exam them.
"We're sorry, but you vison is slightly deficient (long medical explanation). Under current Navy vison standards, you don't qualify for unrestricted flight status." No Tomcat for me.
Those are the only things I didn't secede at and remain my biggest regrets.