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What programs does V-FORCE Elite offer?


There are many programs to get your child involved. Here are some options:

TinyTots (18 months- 2 ½ years) 40 minute class Ratio 1:7-9
Our TinyTots class is a fun parent participation class with a strong emphasis on socialization skills, motor skills and group involvement. The class is centered on age appropriate developmental movements using special toddler size equipment.

Tumble Tots (3-4 years) 50 minute class Ratio: 1:5-7

Tumble Tot class is designed for children to develop their skills in a non-parent participation class. Children will further expand their gymnastics, listening, and learning skills. Children will use obstacle courses, and age appropriate cooperative games. This program is carefully designed to help children move from our preschool program to our recreational program.

Super Tots (5-6 years) 60 minute class ratio 1:6-8
Super Tots class is designed for children to develop their skills in a non-parent participation class. Children will further expand their gymnastics skills. This class is designed to transition the child into our recreational program.

Levels 1-4
Curriculum: (ages 7-18 years) 1 hr class Ratio 1:7-9
Our Recreational program is based on the USAG Jr. Olympic program. This program is designed to provide an achievement oriented, non - competitive atmosphere where progression of skills and fun in learning is emphasized. The girls train on four events: Vault, Uneven Bars, Balance Beam, and Floor exercise. The boys train on six events: Floor exercise, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, and High Bar.

Evaluation of Progress
Each student will have an appropriate skill chart that the coaches can take track their progress. Gymnasts are evaluated every 3 weeks and at the end of the month, and graduations are held once the athlete has completed the Skill Chart. At V-FORCE Elite Gymnastics, we strive to teach children pride in their accomplishments as they progress through the levels.


Beginning Tumbling: (ages 6-18 years) 1 hr class Ratio: 1:7-9
All tumbling classes are taught using our spring floor as well as our tumble trak. Basic Tumbling skills are learned in the Beginning Tumbling class. Students will learn how to do each skill properly, with the correct form and technique. Mastery of basic tumbling elements is crucial to learning more advanced skills. Skills learned are:
• Forward & Backward roll
• Handstand
• Cartwheel
• Round - Off
• Kickovers
• Back Handspring drills
• Front Handspring drills
• Safety Bail Rolls

Intermediate Tumbling: (ages 6-18 years) 1 hr class Ratio 1:7-9
This class is designed for students who have learned most of the basic tumbling elements and are ready to move to more advanced skills. Students will learn each skill with proper form and technique so they can master each skill. Skills learned in intermediate tumbling include, but are not limited to:
• Round - Off
• Back Handspring
• Backwalkovers/ frontwalkovers
• Front Handspring
• Front Tuck
• Safety Bail Rolls

Advanced Tumbling: (ages 6-18 years) 1 hr class Ratio 1:7-9
This class is designed for students who are more advanced at tumbling and have developed the strength and power to learn more advanced flipping and twisting elements. Emphasis will be on learning power, form, and technique. The skills taught at the advanced level vary according to ability and level. Some skills are:
• Round - Off Back Handspring
• Round - Off multiple Back Handspring series
• Round - Off Back Handspring, Back Tuck
• Front Tuck
• Standing Back Tuck
• Round - Off Back Handspring, Layout
• Twisting/Flipping combination elements
• Safety Bail Rolls
OPEN GYM ($10)
Children AND Adults can enjoy supervised time where they can practice skills, meet new friends, and have fun! Participants must be five years old for guardian to leave facility during open gym. Pre-registration is not required! All participants must have a release form signed by their parent or guardian before they participate.



Why take Gymnastics?

Gymnastics is a fun, energizing and powerful sport. Some experts say that the greatest benefits of gymnastics training for children are physical, the amazing power, and unparalleled balance, and injury-preventing agility and grace. Other experts say that the greatest benefits are of the mind: the perseverance, the poise, the confidence, and the attention to detail and the concentration. It all boils down to gymnastics training is without a doubt a must for kids who want to learn how to be the best they can be in life.


How will gymnastics benefit my child?

Gymnastics is a sport involving all of the main muscle groups. Children will learn to exercise their bodies as well as their minds. Gymnasts use agility, grace, strength, and concentration during their training. While in gymnastics children learn how to stay focused, attain goals and get excited about learning new skills! Gymnastics is the foundation of ALL sports. Training in gymnastics leads to a more well-rounded athlete, and those with a background in gymnastics naturally excel in other sports.


What are the rules and policies of V-Force Elite?

Policies at V-FORCE Elite

A parent must fill out an application; pay tuition; and sign the release forms to have their child enrolled in a class at V-Force Elite. Please notify the office of any changes to your contact information. To Cancel Enrollment a parent must fill out a withdrawal card one week prior to the end of the month. If a student attends classes within any given month, tuition is due for the entire month. V-Force Elite does not pro-rate for students who withdraw mid-month. Any make-up classes scheduled after the student’s drop date will automatically be cancelled.

Rates: The number of hours per week the gymnast attends class determines the monthly fee. Monthly fees are based on 4 weeks of classes per month.

Tuition: Tuition is due on the 1st of the month and becomes late after the 10th. A $10 late fee will be assessed for payments that are received after the 10th. Participation will be denied after the 20th of the month. There is an annual membership fee of $25 per student.

Returned checks: A $25 service charge will be assessed. V-Force accepts cash, check, credit card, and auto pay.

Registration: Gymnast that drops out of class for one month will have to re-enroll. The gymnast’s place will not be held if they drop. A gymnast’s spot may be held by paying half of the monthly tuition.

Missed class: Cannot be used to offset against monthly dues. Make-ups are allowed, but a Make-up Class Request Form must be submitted to the office at least one week prior to the absence. If absent due to illness the office must be contacted no later than the day of the missed class to qualify for make-ups. All make-ups must be approved by the office and must take place within 1 weeks of the absence or a make-up is forfeited. One make-up per month may be requested. Make-ups are a privilege and are not guaranteed.

Tardiness: Any student arriving more than 15 minutes late to class will not be allowed to participate. The only exception will be with prior notice and/or phone call to the gym. . It can be both disruptive and dangerous for a child to enter class late and miss the warm-up activities. We agree to supervise your children during their scheduled class times, but we do not have the staffing to supervise your children outside of these scheduled times. Therefore, children who are dropped off more than 10 minutes before class or picked up more than 10 minutes after class will be charged a fee. This fee is $10 for the first 10 minutes and $1 for each minute after that.

Holidays: The gym will be closed the following days: New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas day. V-Force may change/add days when necessary.

Spectators: Class observation is allowed in viewing areas only. Only coaches and enrolled gymnasts are allowed on the floor or on any gymnastics area. If you need to reach your gymnast during class, please ask for help at the front desk. There is NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY. This is for the safety of our athletes.

Progress Reports: Our coaches keep track of each child’s progress on skill sheets. These skill sheets list all of the skills your child needs to master before they can move up to the next level. Once your child has demonstrated they can consistently perform a skill well, that skill will be “checked off” on their skill sheet. After they have mastered all or most of the skills for their level, your child will be advanced to the next level.

Attire: Hair must be tied up. No jewelry allowed. It is recommended that girls wear a one-piece leotard. Fitted shorts or footless tights are accepted. Boys should wear a t-shirt and fitted shorts or sweat pants. Zippers, buckles, or buttons on the students’ clothing should be avoided. Long hair needs to be secured back out of the student’s face. No rings or other jewelry while in class. No shoes or socks on the gym floor. Clean, dry sneakers may be worn for cheer practices. All clothing must be appropriate for children (appropriate referring to style, slogans, and graphics). V-Force is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Only registered students are allowed on the gymnastics floor. Children must be escorted into and out of the gym by an adult, and must be accompanied by a coach when on the gym floor. Students are not allowed to wait in the parking lot. Parents watch classes from the waiting areas, and are only allowed in the gym area when accompanying children enrolled in a Tiny Tots class, or during Birthday Parties. V-Force reserves the right to remove students from the gym area if they are deemed to be a danger to themselves or others, arising from disobedient, defiant or disrespectful behavior.

Moving Up:
When your child is ready to advance, the recreational director will call you. The staff will help you to enroll in the next level. Please understand that if a space is not available in the next level at a convenient time, you may put your child’s name on a waiting list. Your child is then encouraged to continue attending their current class until the office staff notifies you of an available space.

No food, drinks, or gum is allowed on the gym floor. When eating in the lobby, please help keep the area clean.