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Recreational gymnastics and home school classes

Our recreational program is divided into the following categories:

Girls Recreational
Kindergym (Ages 5-6)
Girls 7-9
Girls 10 and up

Boys Recreational
Boys 5-7
Boys 8 and up

The recreational classes help develop their gymnastics skills on Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor, and Trampoline.  We offer classes from Beginner through Advanced so your child can continue to progress the more they learn. We have a full set of boys equipment that also includes, rings, hi-bar, pommel horse/mushrooms, and parallel bars.

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We offer home school classes (at a discounted rate!) for home school students and siblings on Tuesdays at 3:00pm and Wednesdays at 10:30am and at 11:30am. This is a great chance for your child to get physical education. Within each class, the students are divided into groups of preschool, school aged girls, and school aged boys.

The preschoolers practice in our preschool area using trampolines, bars, beam, and floor. They also get to use our climbing wall and slide built especially for our preschool age classes.

The school aged girls will develop skills on vault, bars, beam, floor, and trampoline while the boys train on vault, high bar, parallel bars, rings, pommel horse, floor, and trampoline.

Click here to register for a homeschool class!

**New and improved web site coming soon!**Tuition is now due for February classes, Accounts are Auto-drafted on the 25th**Next Parent's Night Out - March 11th 6:30pm till 10:30pm **Achievers Ninja Warrior classes now open (obstacle course training)**Now Hiring coaches for our recreational and team program and part time office help**Adult fitness classes with free child care!**Open gym every Friday night 7-8:30pm**SPRING BREAK - Achievers closed for recreational classes March 13-19**check out open gym and indoor park during spring break!

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