Colorado School of Gymnastics has open enrollment, which offers the ability to join at any time. There is an annual membership fee of $40 per child, $75/family, and $85/competitive athlete. Families with both competitive athletes and recreational gymnasts will pay a total of $120/year in administrative fees. These fees are applied to the insurance, enrollment tools and solutions, and other administrative and housekeeping needs.
Administrative fees are tied to your enrollment date for annual billing.
Colorado School of Gymnastics is a year-round program with monthly tuition for all participants based on an average of four full weeks per month. If there are five weeks in a month, tuition is not increased. If there are three weeks in a month, credit is not given. You can view our annual calendar of closures here.
If you enroll in a class during a month, you’ll be prorated for the classes that precede your start date. CSG does not offer credits, refunds, or pro-ration post-factum. Your tuition payment reserves your spot in the class, but attendance is up to the student and their family.
If you are unsure if CSG is a good fit, we do offer a no-obligation trial class that can be scheduled with our front office. Should you decide to enroll, your trial date will be your program start date.
An active credit or debit card is required on file to register for Colorado School of Gymnastics programs. Credit/Debit card numbers are kept in a secure portal. Colorado School of Gymnastics offers a convenient auto-pay system which enables families to pay by the credit/debit card or eCheck on file every session. CSG will bill the card on file on the first day of each month.
Tuition is considered late at 12:00am on the 15th of the month, after which point a $15 late fee will be added to your account. CSG reserves the right to unenroll children with delinquent accounts.
If you choose not to utilize the CSG auto-pay system, cash or check will be accepted with an additional $15 processing fee.
Enrollment & Drop Policies
Students with a $0 balance on their account at the end of a month will be automatically re-enrolled in the same class for the next month. If you wish to pause or end your participation in a CSG program, you must notify the administrative team in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or via a drop card in the office no later than 14 days prior to your last class to avoid being charged for the next month of classes. If less than 14 days notice is given, you may still be responsible for part or all of that month’s tuition, as a spot was held for you student.
Colorado School of Gymnastics does not offer refunds once payment has been made. In the case of long-term injuries/illnesses that are verified by a doctor, please contact us at email@example.com. Be advised that any potential exception in the case of injury or illness may be subject to processing fees.
Colorado School of Gymnastics is committed to offering what is best for each child in order for him or 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 level of challenge for your gymnast. Each class level has a set list of skills that must be mastered before a coach recommends he/she 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.
(Girls) A leotard allows for the best instruction possible, but is not required. If your child opts not to wear a leotard, a shirt that is long enough to be tucked in or tight enough not to go over their head when upside down is recommended. Elastic waistband bottoms are recommended. Jackets, zippers, buttons, hoods, baggy clothing, and socks should not be worn in the gym.
No jewelry should be worn in the gym (stud earrings are permitted).
Hair should be tied back in a secure ponytail prior to every class.
(Boys) A shirt that is long enough to be tucked in or tight enough not to go over their head when upside down is recommended. Elastic waistband bottoms are recommended. Jackets, zippers, buttons, hoods, baggy clothing, and socks should not be worn in the gym.
Long hair must be tied back.
All street clothes and shoes (including, but not limited to jeans, coats, and shoes) should be left in the cubbies provided at the entrance. Colorado School of Gymnastics is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Drop-Off & Pick-Up
In order to ensure your child is warmed up properly, please arrive on time to your scheduled class or practice. No gymnast should arrive more than 10 minutes before class and must be supervised until class begins. It is recommended to have your gymnast use the restroom prior to class.
Colorado School of Gymnastics 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 and escorted from the building to their vehicle. We understand there are times that circumstances beyond control will cause you to run a few minutes late. Accordingly, CSG will extend the courtesy of supervising your child in the gym’s waiting area for an additional five minutes after his/her activity is finished.
Good behavior must be used at all times, including following directions given by any instructor in the gym. Gymnasts displaying disorderly or improper conduct before or during class will be asked to sit out of the class. In the extreme case that a child is shy or frightened, please communicate with his/her coach to find a solution.
Allergies and Medical Conditions
Colorado School of Gymnastics 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 instructors know. If your child’s special needs involve medication, such as an epi pen or asthma inhaler, please ensure that its on-site with your child or with your child’s instructor.
Colorado School of Gymnastics typically operates at maximum capacity, including an extensive wait list. As such, make-up classes are not offered when a child is absent from the program they are enrolled in.
Colorado School of Gymnastics will be closed for two weeks over the fourth of July holiday and for a two week period over the winter holidays including December 24th – January 1st. All other vacation dates will be posted on our website and on the information board in the gym. There are no holiday make-ups or discounts offered for holiday closing, or holidays in which the gym remains open.
In such a case the gym needs to close due to inclement weather, an email notification will be sent out to all active participants. Make-ups for closures during inclement weather are not available.
Parents, guardians, other adults associated with a participant, siblings, and friends are not permitted in the training area. You are free to view your gymnast from the windows in our lobby.
Food and Drinks
Chewing gum and food of all types are prohibited in the training area. Water is the only drink permitted in the training area. It is recommended that your child bring their own water bottle to keep with their other belongings during class time.
Colorado School of Gymnastics must have a parent/guardian signed Waiver & Release of Liability Form for every child who enters the training area.
US Center for Safesport
Colorado School of Gymnastics strictly abides by all policies and procedures set forth by the Center for SafeSport which can be found at https://uscenterforsafesport.org/. All individuals, regardless of membership in USA Gymnastics, are encouraged to report suspected violations of the SafeSport Code. They can be reported directly to USA Gymnastics via email at firstname.lastname@example.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.