Our Commitment:

Dreams Gymnastics Center guarantees a clean, smoke free/alcohol & drug free environment, state of the art and fully equipped gymnastics training facility. We work to help every gymnast, both recreational and competitive, reach his or her full potential in the sport of gymnastics. Our coaches have access to continual training with some of the area’s top professional coaches. Our gymnasts are provided up-to-date techniques on the safest and newest equipment.


Annual Registration and Membership:

Dreams Gymnastics Center has continuous registration so you can join at any time. Please register online or in person. There will be an annual membership charge of $49 per student (or $70 per family) for secondary insurance and administrative costs. This non-refundable annual membership fee spans from September 1st – August 31st.


Year-Round Program:

Dreams Gymnastics Center is a year-round program with a monthly tuition based on an average of four weeks per month. (If there are five weeks in a month, tuition is not increased. If there are three, credit is not given.) The month to month programs will allow families to budget for tuition without receiving a large payment all at once.

Tuition:

A credit or debit card on file is required to register for classes. A spot will not be reserved without payment. A convenient monthly auto-pay system is offered to pay tuition by credit or debit card every month. For your convenience, we bill your Visa/MasterCard or debit card monthly, thereby ensuring your child’s class status until you notify us otherwise. If you choose to un-enroll, please let us know as soon as possible to avoid your card being charged. All tuition is due on the 25th of each month for participation in the following month. If tuition is not paid by the 1st of the proceeding month, all unpaid balances will be charged to your card on file. If your credit card payment does not go through, you will be charged a $10.00 decline fee. If the delinquent tuition is still not paid by the 25th of the following month, your child will be un-enrolled and children on the waiting list will be called.


Refunds:

Dreams does not offer credits or refunds once payment has been made, except for longterm injuries/illnesses verified by a doctor.


Family Discounts:

Dreams offers a 10% discount for multiple classes for one child and multiple gymnasts from one family.
Dreams also offers a 50% discount on the annual registration fee for military individuals or families.


REFERRAL Credits:

Dreams offers a 10% credit toward the following month’s tuition for all referrals that register for team or recreational classes.


Trial Class:

If you would like to try a class, please come in person and fill out the required paperwork. You may try a class with no obligation. If you like the class, you may register following the trial and pay for the month. If you do not like the class, no payment will be required.


Class Placement:

Dreams Gymnastics Center is committed to offer what is best for each child in order for him/her to grow and feel successful! Safety is our first priority, so coaches will assess the best class level to match your child's ability and age. The recommendation will provide a safe learning environment as well as an appropriate amount of challenge for your gymnast. Each class level has a set list of skills that must be mastered before a coach recommends him/her to advance to the next level. If your child is especially eager to advance, you have the option to enroll in more than one class per week. Also, coaches offer private lessons to help gymnasts perfect a certain skill that might be preventing placement in a more advanced class.

Dress Code:

Girls

A leotard or unitard, no skirts attached, allow for the best instruction possible. If a leotard is not available, a form-fitting t-shirt and shorts/leggings will work. No jewelry allowed (stud earrings are permitted), and any removable dental appliance should be taken out. Hair should be tied back in a secure ponytail, braids or bun prior to every class.

Boys

Shorts and a t-shirt/tank top allow for the best instruction possible. Clothes should be free of zippers and multiple buttons and should be tight-fitting. Baggy clothes will get in the way and prevent coaches from being able to adequately spot skills. Long hair must be tied back.



Note: Gymnasts are not permitted to wear jeans, skirts, dresses, or pants with zippers, buttons, or snaps. All gymnasts must have bare feet. Gymnastics shoes are optional. No street shoes are allowed on the gym floor. All street clothes and belongings should be left in the cubbies provided at the entrance to the gym. Valuables should be left at home. Dreams is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Write your child's name in every article of clothing!

Drop-Off & Pick-Up:

In order to ensure your child is warmed up properly, please arrive on time to your scheduled class. Gymnasts would not arrive more than 10 minutes before class and must be supervised until class begins. The extra time allows your child to change clothes if necessary, settle in and get comfortable. Anticipate lots of other children, lots of noise, and lots of parents; it takes several minutes for a youngster to absorb it all! Children who are younger than five years of age must have a parent on site/in the lobby at all times. Classes start on time because the instructor needs all the time available to complete lesson plans. Dreams Gymnastics Center takes every precaution to ensure the safety of your child. Therefore, we ask parents to be as diligent as possible to ensure children are picked up on time. We understand there are times that circumstances beyond control will cause you to run a few minutes late. Accordingly, Dreams will extend the courtesy of supervising your child behind the front desk for an extra five minutes after his/her activity is finished.

Students who are dropped off early and picked up late on a regular basis will be charged $20.

Behavior:

Good behavior must be used at all times. Gymnasts displaying disorderly conduct before or during class will be asked to sit out of the class. In the extreme case that a preschool child is shy or frightened, please communicate with his/her coach to find a solution.


Allergies and Medical conditions:

Dreams Gymnastics Center happily accepts any child regardless of allergies or medical conditions. We ask that if your child has any sort of special needs, you let the front desk know. There is a separate form for you to fill out explaining how to handle your child's medical conditions or allergies. You MUST let us know so the instructor knows of the potential issue. If your child is sick/injured and cannot participate in gymnastics classes, Parents' Night Out, birthday parties or camps, please alert the front desk and provide a note from the doctor stating the sickness/ injury, date of sickness or injury and the doctor's signature. At that time, your child will be dropped from his/her registered activity and you will be issued a credit or refund (your choice) from the date you present Dreams with the doctor's note. Alternatively, if you wish to have your child continue in his/her current gymnastics class, he/she will remain enrolled (so the slot can be held) but credits or refunds will not be given for missed classes.

Open Wound Policy:

  • All cuts and abrasions must be covered with a band-aid and athletic tape.
  • The instructor must be notified prior to class of the wound.
  • If a child has a wound that may reopen with activity, please keep the child home until healed.

Make-up policy:

When a student misses a class, he or she is eligible to do one make-up class per month during Open Gym time. For the safety of all participants, make-ups cannot be offered during regular classes. The make-up can only be scheduled after the class is missed, and can only be up to 30 days after the class is missed. Please note, you may not drop in on another class, as it is disruptive to the teacher and students.

Holiday Closings:

There are no make-ups for holidays. There will be a holiday break during winter, December 24th - January 1st, and Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Halloween evening and Thanksgiving. Please check Dreams Gymnastics Center's calendar. There are no make-ups for holidays that Dreams Gymnastics Center is open for such as Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day and President’s Day.

Inclement Weather:

Please check the Dreams Gymnastics Center's website (www.dreamsgymnasticscenter.com) ONE HOUR before your scheduled class time to check for cancellations. Dreams does not follow school closings. In the event of inclement weather, closures will be at Dreams Gymnastics Center's discretion. Families will be notified via email and Facebook of all gym closures.

Communication:

Dreams Gymnastics Center mainly communicates through mass emails. A monthly newsletter will be printed for the recreational gymnasts and highlighted in the gym’s lobby, September thru June. The newsletter’s purpose is to keep everyone (coaches, gymnasts and parents) posted on what is happening at the gym and about upcoming competitions and events. It is also used as a forum to educate the gymnasts and parents about the sport of gymnastics.

Spectator Policy:

Due to insurance restrictions, no one is allowed in the training area before class without an instructor. Siblings and friends that are not enrolled in class must remain outside the training area and must be supervised by an adult. When class is over, gymnasts must leave the training area. The instructor will need to start the next class and cannot be held responsible to supervise. For the safety of those in class, spectators are asked to please keep the noise level as low as possible. There is also no photography or videotaping allowed unless approved by the instructor.

Food and Drinks:

For safety and hygienic reasons, eating, drinking and/or chewing gum is prohibited in the training area.

Waiver Forms:

Dreams Gymnastics Center must have a parent/guardian signed Waiver and Release of Liability Form for EVERY child who enters the training area. Waivers will be updated annually.

Medical Forms:

A Medical History Form must be filled out and saved on file at Dreams Gymnastics Center for every child who participates at Dreams Gymnastics Center.

U.S. Center for SafeSport:

Dreams Gymnastics Center strictly abides by all policies and procedures set forth by the Center for SafeSport which can be found at www.safesport.org. All individuals, regardless of membership in USA Gymnastics, are encouraged to report suspected violations of the Center’s SafeSport Code. They can be reported directly to USA Gymnastics by email to safesport@usagym.org or by phone at (720)524-5640. All Members of USA Gymnastics are required to report suspected SafeSport Code violations related to or accompanying sexual misconduct.