Terms & Policies
$40 per student capped at $100 per family
Membership is required for enrollment in classes that meet one or more times per week. Camps, birthday parties, parent’s night out and other one-time events do not require a membership but do come at a discounted price to members. Contact us for more details or if you have any questions.
Excused absences from recreational classes can be made-up at a later date. To excuse an absence call or email the office BEFORE the class is scheduled to start. Makeups are not transferable and are only valid while student is enrolled.
We require 30 days notice to drop classes. Only a written or verbal notice via email, regular postal mail or phone call to our front desk will be acceptable.
Please note: You are responsible for payment for your student's classes WHETHER OR NOT YOUR STUDENT ATTENDS CLASS until the time you notify the front desk staff VIA WRITTEN NOTICE. Please do not rely on your student to verbally let us know that he/she will no longer be attending classes. If a student stops coming to class without notification then that student's account will be charged for the additional 30 days. This charge will be for holding the student's place in that class instead of offering that place to one of the many on a waiting list.
Parent and Sibling Viewing Area
All spectators and siblings must remain in the upstairs viewing area. If you need your child for any reason, please speak to the front desk staff. The lower gym is for athletes currently in a class. Athletes will be picked up from the top of the stairs by their coach and dropped off in the same location. Children in the viewing area should be supervised by their designated guardian at all times. The viewing area is not a place to practice gymnastics.
If your child is not completely toilet independent that is okay! We are happy to work on a plan to make sure that kids are heard and that our staff know what signs to look for. We require all parents or guardians of kids that are not 100% toilet independent to remain on site in order to help out your child. Our staff cannot attend to children while in the bathroom.
What to Wear
Boys or Girls may wear tucked in T-shirts and shorts OR Leotards for Girls. NO chewing gum or dangling jewelry. Hair should be pulled neatly and securely away from the face so that is stays up for the entire workout. Girls should not wear bows or other large hair ornaments that may cause discomfort during activity.
All students must be barefoot when entering the main gym. Personal items should be left in cubby holes. Jewelry should not be worn during classes. PLEASE LEAVE JEWELRY ARTICLES AT HOME. This facility's staff will not be responsible for ANY items that may be lost or stolen. Be sure your student's personal items are marked with their name.
ARRIVAL AND PICKUP
Be sure your student arrives 5 minutes before his/her scheduled class time. Please pick up your student on time. Please inform us if you know you will be late picking up your student. Instruct your student to wait inside the building and you should escort them from the building to your car. During peak times the parking lot is crowded. Please take into consideration that our students may include young children. Please drive slowly and carefully. Do not take a chance on your student running to and from your car.
The Learning Process
There are different ways of learning. At PEAK Elite Gymnastics Academy, parents are asked to sit back, relax and enjoy their child's learning process.
I understand that to assist in the flow and safety of the class my child's coach may have the gymnasts sit briefly to hear all of the instructions prior to beginning a rotation. Allow your child's coach to be the one to give instructions and corrections to my child during class.
By calling out to your child during class can create a confusing and unsafe situation for all students in the gymnastics area.
Your child may get lost from one station to the next, may do some stations wrong, and will certainly make mistakes. These are all OKAY. Your child's coach will correct them when necessary. Making mistakes and learning from those mistakes is an important part of the learning process. Mistakes are NOT failures. You agree to allow your child to learn at their own pace, smile, and enjoy the learning process.