Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question about our kids gymnastics gym? Browse through this helpful list of FAQs to find answers to commonly asked questions.
Tuition is always due on the 1st of the month. Tuition can be paid online through the parent portal on our website or in person at the front desk using a credit/debit card or personal check. You can also choose to set up automatic payments online using a debit/credit card that will process on the 2nd of every month.Payments received after the 5th of the month will incur a $10 late fee.
Students should wear comfortable athletic clothing. A leotard is not required for class, but we do have a retail shop with leotards available. Long hair should be pulled back away from the face and secured tightly. All jewelry (other than stud earrings) must be removed prior to participation. Students can participate either barefoot or with socks.
Please check our website and social media accounts for updates on a class status that day. We try our best to post any canceled classes by 2:00 PM on possible bad weather days. You will also receive an email notification if classes are canceled for the evening due to weather. We try to accommodate make-up classes for any closings due to weather.
We are a month-to-month enrollment gym. You can enroll your child at any time, and tuition will be pro-rated for the classes your child attends in that first month. Once you are enrolled in classes, we assume continuous enrollment unless we receive written notification by the 15th of the month that you do not wish to continue onto the next month
Yes. When your child misses a class, you have the choice to either pick up two free open gym passes at the front desk for each missed class or schedule a make-up class on a different day and time. Availability is limited, and therefore we cannot guarantee that you will be able to find a make-up class time. If you do choose to complete a make-up class, it must be completed within 30 days of the missed class.
Open Gym is $8 for all participants ages 4 and under and $10 for ages 5 and up. Parent/guardians are free.
Yes, due to current COVID-19 policies we do require that you pre-register for open gym. This is to ensure we do not go over our max capacity at this time, which is 30 students for open gym.
Junior Olympic consists of 3 compulsory levels (3-5) and 3 Optional levels (7-10). In compulsory gymnastics, gymnasts perform the same skills and routines on each event as the other gymnasts in their level. In Optional gymnastics, gymnasts are able to choose and create unique routines using comparable skills to other gymnasts in their level.
Xcel Team provides a competitive experience for young gymnasts who also want to pursue other interests. It requires less of a time commitment than other competitive programs. Xcel consists of four levels; Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond.