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Class Program

Fall

September 12 - November 5

Priority Enrollment: 

Open Enrollment: Open

Winter 1

November 7 - January 21

Priority Enrollment: September 19

Open Enrollment: September 26

Winter 2

January 23 - April 1

Priority Enrollment: October 31

Open Enrollment: November 7

Spring

April 3 - June 10

Priority Enrollment: January 16

Open Enrollment: January 23

Preschool Gymnastics

ML Tots

For boys and girls ages 3 & 4 years old. Child must be 3 on the first day of class. During this 1 hour class, children learn how to run, jump, tumble, balance and swing by utilizing all four of the competitive events and trampoline. Basic beginner gymnastics skills include handstands,forward/backward rolls, cartwheels, jumps, pull ups and more! Children are also able to interact with their peers, develop listening skills, and learn how to take turns through a variety of activities! In addition, class instructors utilize props to advance your child's ability to identify colors, numbers, letters and shapes. Student Ratio: 1:6, $235/10 week session. 3 year olds should have a basic understanding of how to follow directions and must be able to stay within their group. This is not a parent/child class. Leotards can be very difficult for children 3 and 4 years old to maneuver in the bathroom. 1 parent/guardian is required to stay and accompany their ML TOT (3 or 4 year old) to the bathroom when needed. If you have a young or shy three year old, we recommend signing up for a morning class when the gym is mostly empty and quiet. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

ML Kids

For boys and girls 5 years old. During this 1 hour class, children learn how to run, jump, tumble, balance and swing by utilizing all four of the competitive events and trampoline. Basic beginner gymnastics skills include handstands, forward/backward rolls, cartwheels, jumps, pull ups and more! Children are also able to interact with their peers, develop listening skills, and learn how to take turns through a variety of activities! In addition, class instructors utilize props to advance your child's ability to identify colors, numbers, letters and shapes. Student Ratio: 1:6, $235/10 week session. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

Ages 3-5

Girls Recreational Gymnastics

Age 6+

Girls Beginner

 

This is our entry-level gymnastics class for girls six and older. Girls will learn the basic fundamentals on all four of the competitive events. Basic skills include handstands, cartwheels, forward/backward rolls, chin- up pullovers, casts, bridge, jumps, how to balance on the beam and more. Student Ratio: 1:8, $235/10 week session. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

Girls Intermediate

 

This is the next step to learning new skills. Skill progressions include handstand tree fall (vault), back hip circles, glides, mill circles (bars), jumps, handstand (beam), round off, back bend, bridge kick overs, handstand forward roll, back handspring drills (floor) and more! Student Ratio: 1:8, $235/10 week session. ​ Prerequisite - Your child must first be enrolled in a Beginner class and/or have prior gymnastics experience, and be assessed and recommended by an MLG instructor. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

Girls Advanced

 

This is our most advanced recreational class! Students are able to learn and practice skills such as standing back handsprings, round off back handsprings, tucks, front handsprings, aerials (floor), handstands, cartwheels, walkovers, twisting dismounts (beam), mill circles, front hip circles, squat ons, glide kips, cast handstands (bars) and more! Student Ratio: 1:8, $235/10 week session. ​ Prerequisite - Your child must first be enrolled in an Intermediate class and/or have prior gymnastics experience, and be assessed and recommended by an MLG instructor. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

If your child is at least six years old, has previous gymnastics experience at another facility, and you are interested in determining recreational class level placement at MLG, please click here.

Tumbling Class

Beginner Tumbling

This is our entry-level tumbling class. Students will learn handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, backward/forward rolls, bridge kick overs, handstand forward rolls and also begin working on drills for intermediate level skills. No experience necessary! Student Ratio: 1:8, $235/10 week session. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

Intermediate/Advanced Tumbling
 

Class consists of: 20 minutes of structured warm-up including cardio, stretching and basic tumbling skills and drills. 30 minutes of structured tumbling under the supervision and guidance of an MLG instructor. ​Skills may include, but are not limited to round-offs, back/front walkovers, back/front handsprings, bounders, back tucks, layouts, aerials, front tucks, pikes and more. 10 minutes of strength and conditioning. ​ Prerequisite - Students should have prior gymnastics, cheerleading and/or tumbling experience and/or should be able to perform beginner floor skills (listed under the beginner class) proficiently. ​ *Please note this is group-based class. Spotted turns are limited and are at the discretion of the instructor with both the student and instructors safety in mind. Groups are split by ability and are subject to change with progression. Student Ratio: 1:8, $235/10 week session. You must enroll your child in every session individually. Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public.

Age 6-14

Program Policies

MEMBERSHIP FEES

$25/student or $40/family with more than one sibling. 

Non - refundable/annually. 

CLASS SESSION ENROLLMENT

We host five sessions per year: Fall, Winter 1, Winter 2, Spring and Summer. All sessions are 10 weeks long. You must enroll your child for each session individually.

 

Current active session families have 1 week of priority enrollment before the live schedule will be open to the rest of the membership and the public. New and existing students may enroll at any point during our 10 week session. When enrolling after a session has begun, the price of the session will be prorated. If a student is enrolled before the session begins and does not attend for any reason from the beginning, there will be no prorate. 

 

PRIORITY ENROLLMENT PROGRAM 

Current active session families have 1 week to enroll during our priority enrollment before enrollment is opened to the rest of the membership and the public. Siblings of current active session families will also qualify for priority enrollment. 

 

If you prefer a specific class time and day, we highly encourage you to register as soon as you receive this email. Please remember that families are free to register for any class, day and time that is available. First come, first serve.


Girls recreational and tumbling students must continue to register for their current class level until they have received an email recommendation to move up.

ENROLLMENT CONFIRMATION 

Please review your online account, prior to the first day of class, camp or clinic to confirm class time and day that your child is actively enrolled in for each session. If you have any questions about enrollment status, please contact the office.

 

ACTIVE ENROLLMENT

  • You will have received an ENROLLMENT CONFIRMATION EMAIL

  • Enrollment Status will say ACTIVE & PAYMENT HAS BEEN CHARGED

 

 REQUEST ENROLLMENT

  • If enrollment status says “ACTIVE REQUEST” you have NOT been approved for the class yet and should contact the office with any questions.

 

WAITLIST ENROLLMENT

  • If enrollment status says “WAIT” you are currently on our waitlist and will be contacted if and when a spot becomes available.

  • There is no charge to be on our waitlists. You will be emailed if or when a spot becomes available. You will have 24 hours to respond to the email before the office must move on to the next student in line.

Please pay close attention to session dates. If your child, for any reason, attends a class that they are not enrolled in, a single class charge will be placed in your account. Payment will be required.

 

CLASS SESSION REFUNDS

There will be no refunds for any reason, medical or other, after the first week of each session. Class session refunds must be requested, in writing via email, by Sunday evening at 11:59 pm at the end of Week 1. No refunds will be issued after that deadline, regardless of circumstance (medical, absence or otherwise). 

 

If a refund request is received prior to the first day of the session, you will receive a full refund for the session. If a refund is requested after the first class but within the refund window, you will receive a partial refund for the remaining 9 weeks of the session. 

CAMP/CLINIC REFUND 

There will be no refunds, for any reason, medical or other, within 1 week (7 days) of a camp or clinic unless we are able to fill the spot. All refunds must be requested in writing, via email.

 

MAKE-UP POLICY

  • Holiday Closing: If your regularly scheduled class falls on a holiday closing, please fill out the make-up request form, which will be sent to you via email. Holiday make-ups may be scheduled in another scheduled class time. Due to limited space, if a scheduled holiday make-up is not attended for any reason, medical or other, the make-up will be forfeited for the rest of the session. All make-ups must take place within the current session that the class was missed.

 

  • Inclement Weather: Circumstances involving inclement weather may result in a gym closure. A notification email will be sent to all members, and an announcement will be posted on all of our social media accounts as well as our  website’s homepage. If your regularly scheduled class falls on an inclement weather closing, please fill out the make-up request form, which will be sent to you via email. Inclement weather make-ups will be scheduled in another scheduled class time. Due to limited space, if a scheduled inclement weather make-up is not attended for any reason, medical or other, the make-up will be forfeited for the rest of the session. All make-ups must take place within the current session that the class was missed.

 

  • Regular Missed Class: Your class session fee pays to reserve your child’s spot in their specific class each week. Each class type has a safe and designated student to teacher ratio. Unfortunately, we do not have the space to reschedule a regular missed class should your child miss one or more scheduled classes throughout the session, for any reason, medical or otherwise. 

 

CLASS TRANSFER REQUEST

If you would like to switch class times/day, pending an open spot, for the remainder of the session, you must submit a transfer request via email. All students are limited to 1 switch per session and will remain in that class for the remainder of the session. Transfer requests will not be approved within the last two weeks of the session. 

 

CLASS ATTIRE

  • Do’s: Leotards, unitards, form fitting shirt, leggings and/or shorts. Hair should be pulled neatly and securely away from the face. Glasses should be securely fastened to the head (sport band). Children must be bare feet while inside the gym. 

 

  • Don'ts: For safety issues, please, no socks or dance tights that cover your child’s feet. No chewing gum or jewelry. Children may not go upside down with a hooded shirt or sweatshirt. Two-piece outfits with skin showing is not permitted due to the nature of spotting. Children should not wear bows, hats or other large hair ornaments that may cause discomfort during activity. Children may not bring cameras, phones, stuffed animals, dolls or any other prop into class with them.

PARENT VIEWING

We are happy to provide large and spacious viewing windows that allow parents to see their child at all times while inside the gym.​ Under no circumstance should a parent open the door and yell to their child and/or enter the actual training space. If you need to pick your child up early, please see the front office staff. 

 

ARRIVAL AND PICKUP

Please arrive 5 minutes prior to scheduled class time. Please pick up your child on time. Instruct your child to wait inside the building and you should escort them from the building to your car. For children 3 and 4 years old: 1 parent/guardian is required to remain inside the lobby for the duration of class.

 

BATHROOM BREAKS (For students ages 3-4 years old)

Leotards can be very difficult for children 3 and 4 years old to maneuver in the bathroom. 1 parent/guardian is required to stay and accompany their ML TOT (3 or 4 year old) to the bathroom when needed. An instructor will walk your child to you when they need to use the bathroom. 

LOBBY ETIQUETTE

Adults who choose to wait in our lobby with younger children must contain control and supervision of their child/children. No running around, banging on windows, flipping, ball playing or climbing is acceptable. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted inside or outside our facility (including parking lot). 

RECREATIONAL CLASS LEVEL MOVEMENT

Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced classes are determined by ability and skill level. Gymnastics and tumbling class levels coincide. Assessments are made on an ongoing basis. When it is determined by the instructor that a child is ready to move to the next class level, you will receive an email with a recommendation before the end of the session. Please note that every child is different and will progress differently. Your child's enrollment will not be accepted if you try to enroll them in a higher class level than assessed. Click here to see what major skills we look for to move up!

 

COMMUNICATION 

We ask that all communication be professional and travel through the office. Our program is most successful and efficient when our ‘teachers teach’ and our ‘managers manage.’ Please email any and all questions you may have regarding our program to us at office@mainlinegymnastics.com. Here, your questions will certainly be passed along to the appropriate recipient and answered within a reasonable timeframe. 

DISCOUNTS

We offer a 10% discount off the second class enrollment fee for families with more than one child in our program. Any child participating in more than one class per week also receives 10% off their second class enrollment fee. 

GIFT CERTIFICATES

Gift certificates may be purchased online, in your account, under the “More” tab.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY

Negative and/or dishonorable content that does not support the mission of Main Line Gymnastics, it’s owners and staff involving, regarding or aimed towards Main Line Gymnastics in any way posted on any form of social media, blog, review or website such as but not limited to falsified information, inappropriate photos and videos, bullying, racial, ethnic, sexual, religious, and physical disability slurs will not be tolerated and will be subject to membership termination.

 

Instructors, while employed at Main Line Gymnastics, and active members are not permitted to socialize on any form of social media while affiliated with the program. Instructors, while employed at Main Line Gymnastics, are not permitted to accept employment including but not limited to babysitting, driving, nannying jobs, etc. by active members of our program. 

LOST AND FOUND

Personal items should be left in the lobby cubbies. The lost and found is located in the lobby and is emptied at the end of every 10 week session. Main Line Gymnastics is not responsible for any items that may be lost or stolen. 

 

PRO-SHOP APPAREL- RETURN POLICY

All sales are final. Pro-shop located in the Main Line Gymnastics lobby. 

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SAFESPORT POLICY

www.usagym.org/safesport

 

Main Line Gymnastics reserves the right to cancel any class that does not receive at least two registrations prior to the first week of the session. If this is to occur, you will be notified via email or phone at least one week ahead of time and we will happily fit you into another class time.