Policies - Twin Ports Gymnastics
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Twin Ports Gymnastics Policies

Registration Procedures

New and returning students must register in person with their parents or legal guardian. The class registration, annual fee, tuition, medical history, and policy agreement must be signed and returned before students may participate. Once registered, your placement in class is reserved the entire season until you request a change in times or level, or upon further notification. Please notify the front desk the last week of the current session if withdrawing from the program. Registrations are accepted on a first – come basis.

Tuition and Class Fee Policy

A $30 annual membership fee for individuals or $50 per family is due upon receipt of registration. The yearly membership fee runs from September to August. Tuition is due the first week of each new session. A $25.00 service charge will be applied to any check returned insufficient. We accept VISA and MASTERCARD – as well as your personal check and/or cash.  We also have a credit card AUTO PAY option available (we can automatically charge your credit card the first week of each session for the class your child is enrolled in).  Stop at our front desk for more information.


Twin Ports Gymnastics runs on six week sessions. Member Registration Week is the last week of the current session for the upcoming 6-wk session. Non-members are able to register the 1st week of the session. We ask that you notify us during the last week of a session if you plan to discontinue or make a change in a class.

Advancement Between Levels

Preschool: Our levels of preschool are primarily separated according to age. However, if a child has mastered all of their skills in their current class, it is possible for that child to move up to the next preschool class. Children must be at least 6 years of age to move up to our progressive program.

School Age:  Skill cards have been developed for every level to use as a guideline for practices. When a gymnast has completed their individual skill card for a particular level and their coach feels they are ready for the next level, the gymnast will receive a certificate of advancement.  If the gymnast passes their skills test, they may start their new class the following session.

Make Up Procedure

Twin Ports Gymnastics understands there will be times you are unable to attend class. Please let the front desk know in advance what day you will be missing and the day you choose to do your make up on. ALL MAKE UPS MUST BE PRE-SCHEDULED! This is to ensure all classes are properly staffed.  If no make up time is available, we will offer open gym passes.

Contact us anytime... We're conveniently located at: 3000 Hill Avenue Superior, WI 54880 or, by phone (715) 395-6119