By Mail (ask for mailing address)
Although we allow students to join at anytime as long as space is available, the following information is for those who want to join (or stay in class) each time we announce the next session (typically we publish our schedules approx. three (3) weeks before the end of the current session):
How do you guarantee a space for your child? Simple! One of two ways:
1) Priority One (current students) just register on-line or in-person (without paying yet) by one week before then end of the session that you will return (please don’t save a space unless you are sure) OR
2) better yet, you can save 10% by paying in full when you register on-line or in-person by the last class in a session. NOTE: no one HAS to pay before the first week of classes. It’s an option to save you money.
Priority Two students (past students and/or siblings of current or past students), contact us anytime, but we can’t confirm until one week before the end of a session.
New Students call or register at any time, but we can’t confirm until after the last class of a session.
The following are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded at no charge from get.adobe.com/reader
Early Fall 2017 Session Forms below – August 7 – October 7
Click hotlink for Early Fall 2017 Newsletter
Click hotlink for Early Fall 2016 Session Class Schedule
Click hotlink for Early Fall 2017 Team Schedule
Click hotlink for Early Fall 2017 Reregistration Form
Click for New Student Registration Form – Writable
Click for Instructions on how to register online
ON-LINE REGISTRATION: Returning Students use the Parent Portal Log-in on the home page. Use the email address that we have on file to create a family portal. If you have ever had a child in the gym, you are already in our database, so use the Parent Portal.
ON-LINE REGISTRATION: New Students use the Schedule page. Go to the class of your choice and click on “register”.
Current students have priority for spaces through the last class in the session. Check for space availability first.