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Trampoline and Tumbling

Beginner This program begins with young athlete's ages 5 or 6 (Kindergarten) and up. They will work 1-2 hours per week on basic skills on the trampoline, double mini trampoline, and power tumbling floor. Leotards are required in class.

Advanced Beginner This is the second level of our T&T program. They will work 1-2 hours per week on more advanced skills, form and start routines on all disciplines. Leotards are required in class.

Intermediate Another step up the ladder to more advanced skills and form. They will be working out 1-2 hours a week putting more skills together, mastering form and advancing the level of routines. Leotards are required in class.

USA Trampoline & Tumbling Competitive Teams Invitation Only

T&T Pre-Team Class This team is for advanced athletes that have excelled in a regular class, have the ambition and drive to want more. This class will work out 1-3 hours per week on all events. Leotards are required in class.

Arising Stars (Levels 1-5) M & W 5-6:30pm + Sat AM (October-July)
USAG Membership is required. This team will work out anywhere from 1-5 hours per week on all events. This level will attend 6-10 meets during the competition season. Competitions are scheduled all over the state of Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma for our local meets. A long sleeve leotard is required. Warm ups and bag are available to purchase.

Division II (Levels 5-7) M & W 6:00-7:30pm + Sat AM (October-July)
This team will work out anywhere from 1 -7 hours per week on all events. This level will attend 6-10 meets during the competition season. Competitions are scheduled all over the state of Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma for our local meets. Regional competition covers 11 states and then we will compete at the Junior Olympic National Championships. Meet fees will be announced for Regional & National competitions. A long sleeve leotard, warm ups and bag are required to be purchased.

Division I (Levels 7-JR Elite) M & W 7-9pm + Sat AM (October-July)
This team will work out anywhere from 2-7 hours per week on all events. This level will attend 6-10 meets during the competition season. Competitions are scheduled all over the state of Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma for our local meets. Regional competition covers 11 states and then we will compete at the Junior Olympic National Championships. Meet fees will be announced for Regional & National competitions. A long sleeve leotard, warm ups and bag are required to be purchased.

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