Gymnasium with foam pit and bars



Frequently Asked Questions

What should my child wear?

Girls should dress in shorts and a t-shirt or a leotard.

Boys are encouraged to wear shorts and a t-shirt.

No baggy clothes, shoes or jewelry should be worn.

Hair should be pulled back and out of the gymnast’s face.

Where can I find the schedule for…?

2021-2022 Calendar

Classes Begin Sep 8, 2021
Classes End May 21, 2022



Thanksgiving Break November 24th to November 27th, 2021.
Winter Break

December 22nd, 2021 to January 1st, 2022.


Session Schedule

Our classes run continuously throughout the school year, with payments broken down into four sessions of two (9 week sessions) and two (8 week sessions). Enrollment is ongoing, and you are welcome to join mid-session!

Session 1 September 8, 2021 to November 6, 2021. (9 Weeks)
Session 2 November 10, 2021 to January 22, 2022. (8 Weeks)
Session 3 January 26, 2022 to March 26, 2022. (9 Weeks)
Session 4 March 30, 3033 to May 21, 2022. (8 Weeks)

May I stay and watch the class?

Due to Covid-19 we are have limited one parent to remain in the waiting area during their child’s instruction. Additional spectators and siblings are not permitted at this time.

How do I find out about weather closings?

In the event of inclement weather, we post class cancellations on the home page of our website and social media. You will also receive an email and SMS text message.

As we have gymnasts coming from many areas, our closings may not match school closings. If the weather in your area makes travel unsafe, please call or email us.

Are there any ‘make up’ classes?

Our makeup policy has changed. If your gymnast misses a class you will receive a credit for one class in the next session. Please request your credit by emailing us at: office@gymschool.com. There will be no refunds.

If IGS cancels class due to inclement weather this will not count as an attended class.

Should my child be in a different class?

We continually assess students throughout the year and can move gymnasts at any point.

If a coach recommends that your child switch classes for the upcoming session, you will either receive an e-mail along with the coach’s recommendation, or the coach will speak with you directly. If you have any questions, you can always ask your child’s coach.

We want to challenge all the students so they are learning new skills and progressing, but our highest priority is the safety and well-being of your child.

Coaches throwing foam blocks in the air for group photo
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