Gym Policies


Our classes run continuously September–June concurrent with the school year. To maintain your athlete’s spot on the class roster, tuition must be paid on the 1st of each month.  NO REFUNDS for missed classes for any reason. The credit card on file will be charged on the 1st of every month if you are on auto-pay. If you are not enrolled in auto-pay, payment must be made at the front desk in the form of cash or credit card by the 1st of the month.


A $50/athlete or $100/family annual insurance fee is due at time of enrollment. This fee is due every 12 months. In order to attend open workout and/or class the insurance on your account must be current.

Class Cancellation

We don’t want to see you go but if you do decide to take a break from gymnastics we require emailed notice by the 25th of the previous month in order to suspend your billing (for example: to cancel and not be charged for November you must provide written notice via email to to let us know by September 25th, you can still attend class for all of October). No cancellation requests will be approved after April 25th (after this date the athlete will be committed to the program through June).

Camp Cancellation

There are no refunds or make-ups offered for camp.  This applies to our holiday break camps, school closure camps and our summer camp.    


Make-up classes are available September–April on select Sundays and require registration. No make-ups classes are offered May-August.  If your athlete misses a class you will be forfeiting the class.  No refunds/prorate/credits is offered for missed classes for any reason.


Athletes excused from gymnastics activity due to injury will be removed from the roster. If a written doctors note is provided a credit will be applied to their account for future use. If you do not want to remove your Athlete from the roster you will need to use the make-up classes provided in your child’s class session.


Your Athlete should be kept home if they are experiencing any of the following symptoms during the night before and/or morning of their class: – fever over 100.4 (athletes must be fever free for 24 hours without the aid of a fever reducer PRIOR to returning to their class) – chills/diarrhea/cold-flu symptoms – excessive coughing – vomiting – feelings of fatigue, discomfort, weakness or muscle aches


The class schedule is subject to change based on enrollment.  Coaches are also subject to change.  Classes will be combined if class attendance is low.

Mandatory Shutdown

In the event of a mandatory government closure all classes will be provided virtually.  No refunds/credits/class make-ups will be applied. 

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