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Policies and Procedures

Policies and Procedures


  • After we have received your yearly registration fee, tuition fees, and have a new or current Emergency Medical Release Form on file, then you(r) child may use our equipment.

  • You must pay for the full session prior to participation (pro-rated if you start in the middle). We offer split payments (monthly billing) if that is easier for you.


  • 2-3 weeks before the session is over you must notify our office with a dis enrollment form if your child plans to discontinue or move to a different class time so that we can enroll new students into their space. If you do not notify us at least 2-weeks in advance of the next session you will be automatically enrolled into the next session at the same time. You will be responsible for payment of the next session. Summer Session does not have automatic enrollment.

  • There is a 10% discount for additional family members tuition. 

  • If you have 3 or more children participating it is 10% off the second child’s tuition, 20% off the 3rd child’s tuition, 30% off the 4th child’s tuition,etc..


  • Students must be signed-in at the desk each day before beginning class. Parents will be responsible for signing in younger students. Team gymnasts and older students will be allowed to sign-in themselves. If we haven’t received a completed on-line registration/release form and payment your child will not be allowed to participate in class.   


  • It is very important for your child to be ready to start class on time. If you are running late and get to class in the middle of a rotation (other than the warm-up and stretch time) than your child will have to wait until the group switches to the next apparatus before joining in. If you know you are running late please call us and let us know so that we can plan our classes accordingly.


  • If your child is sick or has a schedule conflict please notify us as soon as possible. Each student will be given 1 make-up class per session. Additional make-ups will be allowed during other class times only if there is extra space.

  • We will only allow make-ups if you have contacted us before your child has missed a class.

  • If we have cancelled classes due to weather and hazardous travel conditions we will attempt to reschedule the class during an open gym time. If that doesn’t work for you and we can’t find a different make-up time that works we will credit you that class towards the future.

  • There are times when the travel conditions are fine for our teachers and students living closer to the gym but not safe in other areas. In situations where we have not cancelled classes but roads are unsafe for travel in your area, please stay home. We would be happy to help you find a make-up time.


  • Any comfortable clothing that your child can easily move in. This includes: t-shirts, sweat pants, sports shorts, leggings, tank tops, etc. 

  • You may not wear clothes that restrict movement or clothes with belts, buckles, buttons or zippers. No dresses, jeans or overly baggy clothing. No tights with feet (only footless tights are allowed).

  • No jewelry or dangly earrings. Only studs will be allowed.

  • Hair should not fall into the students face. Long hair should be put up neatly. No knobby hair accessories (they will hurt when the athlete rolls).


  • Any student whose behavior compromises the safety of their self or any other student will be given a verbal warning or a time-out. If the student continues to behave in a way that compromises their safety or any other students safety or takes away from the quality of the class for other students we will ask for the parent to provide 1:1 assistance (at their own expense). Children not following safety rules may be asked to sit out for a short time after a warning has been given.


  • Gymnastics for special needs students can be hugely beneficial. We find that with extra 1:1 assistance most special needs students can fit right in with their peers. We will do our best to help accommodate any child’s needs and find the best class fit for them. In some instances a class with other special needs students will be the best environment for them. We will require special needs students to provide their own 1:1 assistant and then we will adapt our program to meet their needs.

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