Allstar/Preteam & Optionals Teams

If you are interested in our team program please contact us for more information, evaluation, and and/or to receive a team handbook and booster club handbook.

Our team approach and positive atmosphere will not only give our competitive team members the physical abilities needed to succeed, but will also teach your child to work hard, set and achieve goals, work through frustrations and setbacks, and to take risks. We hope that they will learn valuable lessons and know the meaning and worth of dedication and work ethic, and develop the confidence that will help them accomplish their goals.

We take pride in having a positive, safe, and state of the art training facility to allow each of our team members:
Reach their full potential
To teach appropriate skills properly, safely, and with proper skill progressions
Learn valuable life lessons!

Our teaching philosophy is TEAM oriented:




Our team program consists of Hopes and Pre-team, as well as the competitive USAG Levels 6-10 .
We will also participate in the TOPS program, which stands for Talent Opportunity Program for ages 7-10 year olds.

Hopes/ PreTeam:

Our goals for our Pre-team program are to help prepare our younger gymnasts for the competitive levels. Our goal is to have a fun and challenging environment, and work on improving basic gymnastics skills, flexibility and overall strength.

Optional XCel levels

Xcel is an alternative USA Gymnastics competitive program offering individual flexibility to coaches and gymnasts. The goal of XCEL is to provide gymnasts of varying abilities and commitment levels the opportunity for a rewarding gymnastics experience. The competitive season is in the Spring and finishes with the USA Gymnastics State Championships.

Optional Levels 6-10

These levels are the highest levels of the USA Junior Olympic Program. Level 6 and 7 are the beginner optional levels and have difficulty restrictions, while Levels 8-10 have no restrictions in the skill choice. It is the optional levels where the gymnasts compete and can possibly be considered for a college scholarship.