A. Gymnastic shoes are a soft suede-like shoe, worn by gymnasts when doing gymnastics. We require all children in our programs to wear gym shoes for health and safety reasons.
A. No. But you may split up the total session bill into two or three payments.
A. Yes. Parents are welcome to observe any class at any time from our designated observation areas.
A. Not at this time.
A. If your child misses a class and has a doctor's note, he/she can make up the class on another day within the same session.
A. Boys should wear shorts or sweat pants and a t-shirt. Girls should wear a leotard or leggings and a t-shirt. We do not allow anything with snaps, zippers or buttons.
A. Three years old and completely potty trained.
A. If your child has not been in our program before please fill out our forms including shot record and current physical and return it to us by email, fax or in person.
A. 10:1 is our max. We try to keep our classes smaller for better one-on-one learning and coaching.
A. No! We have an academics-based preschool program which prepares a preschooler for Kindergarten.
A. Our coaching staff will test your child to see where they should start