SGA App

The SGA mobile app allows streamlined communication with important push notifications about closures, waitlist openings and more. Plus access all your account information and easily enroll in classes and events, find quick and helpful links, and more.

Download the SGA app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store

Observe your Gymnast from Anywhere

WatchMeGrow is our safe, secure and private remote viewing partner. Cameras throughout the gym allow you – and only you – to watch your gymnast’s class from anywhere.

Newly enrolled families: SGA will provide information on how to set up your account. Current enrolled families: Access your WMG account here

Team Communication Made Easy

We use TeamSnap as a communication tool between our Competitive Team families and coaches.

An invitation to join TeamSnap for your gymnast’s team group will be sent to you at the beginning of each new competition season.

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SAFETY & WAIVER POLICY

  • SAFETY

    For the comfort and safety of our gymnasts, instructors at SGA are certified through USA Gymnastics, complete Heads Up! Concussion Training, have regular national background checks and are trained in CPR and first aid.

    Even with highly trained instructors, it is impossible to eliminate the danger in gymnastics. Gymnastics is inherently dangerous because it is physically demanding and immovable equipment creates the risk of injury. While most injuries are minor, some can be extremely serious: severe pain, broken bones, damage to internal organs, and in extreme cases, total paralysis or death can result from landing improperly on the head, neck, or back.

    If you have a specific safety concern, we are happy to discuss it. Please talk to one of our coaches or our Member Services Staff.

  • WAIVER POLICY

    SGA must have an electronic Student Waiver and Liability Release form completed for each participant on the gym floor. A parent or legal guardian must complete this release prior to participation in activities at SGA.

    You may complete this information online before the first class, or you can stop by the front desk, and our Member Services Staff will be happy to assist you.

CONTINUOUS MONTHLY PROGRAMS POLICIES

  • ENROLLMENT POLICY

    We offer a continuous programming model that automatically renews monthly. Registration is ongoing and participants may enroll in an available class at any time. Once registered, participants are free to transfer, level up or age up to the next available class as they are ready.

    Once tuition fees have been paid, participants are committed to that month. Registrations are continuous and remain in effect until written notice of a cancellation is provided and confirmed. If a member would like to cancel a registration, written notice must be provided through our online drop request form by the 1st of the month to avoid being charged and committed to future months.

  • PAYMENT AND BILLING POLICY

    We offer automatic monthly billing! Tuition payments and any outstanding balances are automatically processed on the 20th of each month using your payment information on file. (Example: December classes are billed November 20th.) If you need to make changes to your autopay arrangements, please update your records online, over the phone or in person before the 19th of the month. Please note: We cannot hold spots without payment.

    We accept the following payment methods:
    Visa, Mastercard and AmEx (with a 3.5% surcharge fee) and E-check (ACH)

    • Class prices vary depending on the program and class duration. Monthly payments are calculated on a yearly amortized tuition schedule (48-weeks of classes).
    • Monthly tuition remains the same each month, regardless of the number of classes held within that month. Scheduled SGA closures, as well as shorter / longer months, are already calculated into the annual average tuition cost so your payments stay the same each month and you are not paying for days when the facility is closed. Credits and / or tuition pro-rates will not be provided for scheduled closures after the date of your enrollment.
    • To view our current rates, visit: Tuition and Fees
    • The first month’s tuition (pro-rated if applicable) and a lifetime registration fee of $55 are due at the time of registration. All subsequent payments are processed on the 20th of each month for the following month and all guidelines outlined within will apply thereafter.
    • Monthly tuition will be auto-drafted from the credit card or bank account on file on the 20th of the month. If an account holder would like to pay by cash, payments must be received by the 19th of the month or the credit card or bank account on file will be charged.
    • A late fee of $25 will be applied for any fees not paid by the 25th of the month.
    • Please monitor your payment method on file. An NSF fee of $35 will be applied for any returned payments or bank drafts.
    • Any fees not paid by the 1st of the month will result in immediate cancellation and removal from the program.
    • New and updated billing, address and telephone information is the responsibility of the account holder. It is not the responsibility of Seattle Gymnastics Academy to notify the member of expired credit cards and NSF returns.

    Billing Authorization: By registering for programs at Seattle Gymnastics Academy, the account holder represents and warrants that they are paying for a service from this facility or from other merchants through this facility and that:

    • Any credit card, banking and personal information they supply is true and complete.
    • Charges incurred by the account holder will be honored by their credit card company or financial institution.
    • The account holder will pay the charges incurred at the posted prices, including any applicable taxes, fees and penalties, and
    • The account holder understands that monthly payment amounts may change based on program enrollment / class duration and may include additional fees including, but not limited to, late fees, uniform fees and competition fees.

    Automatic Payments: By providing online payment information to Seattle Gymnastics Academy, the account holder authorizes the facility to automatically charge their credit card or bank account on a recurring monthly basis.

    • The account holder understands and has read the policies of Seattle Gymnastics Academy and understands the named persons and / or participants are enrolled in a program that has recurring monthly tuition.
    • The account holder is responsible to make timely payments of all balances due on their Seattle Gymnastics Academy account. If, for whatever reason, payments cannot be processed and an account balance remains overdue, the account holder understands that enrollment in classes will be canceled and they will be responsible for all costs incurred for collection of any delinquent payments.
  • STUDENT CHECK-IN & PICK UP POLICY

    Upon arrival for each class, enter the gymnast’s name on the tablets provided at the student check-in stations in the lobby.

    • We ask that adults complete the check-in process for our younger gymnasts to ensure attendance is accepted and accurate for all students.
    • Students who are dropped off or do not have an adult present, will be required to self-check-in prior to class.
    • If you arrive more than 30 minutes after class has started, please check-in directly with a Member Services Coordinator at the front desk.
    • Check-in is a crucial part in our required contact tracing efforts, and we thank you for ensuring it is completed for every class.
    • It is also important for adults to meet their child in the lobby after class for pick-up.

    It’s important to pick up and drop off participant’s on time. We have a flexible 5-minute window to pick up your child. Any pick-ups after this time will be charged $5 per 5 minutes and this balance will be applied to your account. If there is an emergency, please call the gym and we will do our best to accommodate. Please be respectful of our staff – leaving work at the end of their shift is important to them too!

    Parent supervision is required in the viewing area prior to the class start time. No early unsupervised drop off is permitted. Siblings not attending a class must be supervised by a parent / caregiver in the facility at all times.

  • MISSED CLASSES POLICY

    Due to class ratios, safety and the structure of our programs, make-up classes are NOT offered. By registering for programs, a class spot is secured for the participant, whether they attend or not.

    We understand life happens and for a number of reasons, classes are missed from time to time. And so, SGA provides resources to help gymnasts retain momentum and physical activity while they are out of the gym by way of providing free access to our Vimeo On Demand Video Library.

    When your gymnast misses class, we can provide you with a code that will give you free access to our On Demand library (you can continue to access the library as long as you are enrolled at SGA, so we will supply only one code per household as that’s all that will be required for access). Our Member Services Staff can answer any questions you have about missed classes and assist you with access to SGA’s Video on Demand Library.

  • CLASS TRANSFER POLICY

    We understand that situations can change and participants may age up, level up or a family’s schedule may adjust. Therefore, participants may transfer to a different class at any time, as long as there is availability. If there is a tuition difference, we will make the necessary adjustments and collect any balance due at the time of the transfer.

    We reserve the right to switch a student to a different class due to low enrollment, when the participant has difficulty keeping up with the class, lacks sufficient skills compared to the other students, or would be more successful in a different class. All students must meet the prerequisite age and / or skill requirements before attending the class, unless permission is granted by our leadership team.

    We also understand that each of our team members has a diverse and unique teaching style and not every participant and coach combination is the right fit.  We want everyone to love their SGA experience, so please bring any concerns you may have to our immediate attention so we can work together to find an appropriate solution.

  • WAITLIST POLICY

    If a program is full or pending, a waitlist option is available. To prioritize movement and advancement of our current students and to allow new students to enroll more easily, we fill class spots from the waitlist on a priority based system, using the following criteria:

    • Promotion students: open positions are first offered to students awaiting a promotion (whether this be a preschool gymnast moving to the next age group, or a gymnast moving to the next level, i.e., from Gymnastics 1 to Gymnastics 2).
    • Currently enrolled students needing to change day / time: if open spots remain after promoted students are contacted, we contact currently enrolled students needing to change their day or time of class due to scheduling conflicts.
    • New students: if open spots are still available after contacting our currently enrolled students meeting the above criteria, the spots will then be offered to new students.

    All waitlist communications are sent via email and SGA app so please verify that your contact information and email address on file is current to make sure you are receiving these emails.

    • When there is an opening in the program, all waitlisted participants will be emailed at the same time based on their priority status and spaces will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Therefore, it is best to contact us as soon as you see the email notification come through to claim your spot.
    • All waitlist enrollments must be accepted and processed by calling our Member Services Staff directly. Email responses to a waitlist notification are not sufficient to confirm your enrollment.

    Please only waitlist for programs that you highly desire and that will fit your schedule.

    • Participants can go on a maximum of three wait lists at one time.

    Due to program demand and high waitlist volumes, if we do not hear from you regarding a waitlist opening, the waitlisted participant will be removed from the waitlist. We do this in order to prioritize advancement for our current students, move through waitlists at a reasonable pace and successfully fill our programs.

  • CANCELLATION POLICY

    It is our goal to ensure the best possible experience for our entire community. If there is anything we can do better to meet your needs, please contact our Member Services Staff to discuss all the available options.

    • If you do need to cancel your enrollment, an official notice of cancellation must be provided through our online drop request form by the 1st of the final month you wish to participate in class. (Example: If you do not wish to attend classes in June, submit the drop form no later than May 1. In this case, your final class will be May 31.)
    • All notices of cancellation received after the 1st of the month will be applied to the end of the following month and you will be responsible for that month’s tuition whether you can attend or not.
    • Please note that coaches and / or team leads cannot drop students from classes and all requests must be received in writing and confirmed by our Member Services Staff in order to take effect.
    • All drop requests will be for the last day of the month and verbal drop requests are not accepted.
    • Seattle Gymnastics Academy must meet our minimum class sizes at all times in order to run a class. SGA reserves the right to cancel any programs with insufficient registration or combine classes in order to meet our minimum enrollment numbers.
    • If SGA must cancel a class due to enrollment or scheduling issues, we will transfer the participant to the next available class of their choice. If we cannot find a comparable and convenient alternative option and tuition has been paid, a full pro-rated refund for that participant will be provided. Please note: lifetime registration fees are non-refundable.
  • DROP REQUEST FORM

    It is our goal to ensure the best possible experience for our entire community. If there is anything we can do better to meet your needs, please provide your feedback on the drop request form or contact our Member Services Staff directly for assistance.

    Drop Request Form ➔
  • REFUNDS AND CREDITS POLICY

    Seattle Gymnastics Academy maintains a NO REFUND policy on all of our fees. There is a required monthly commitment to a class and the monthly tuition fee reserves the student’s place in the class whether they attend or not. There are no refunds or credits for absences or scheduled SGA closures and lifetime registration fees are non-refundable.

    As a courtesy to our families, we will make exceptions for doctor-certified injuries or long-term illnesses. For medical situations, a prorated credit or refund may be issued for classes remaining in the month when a family chooses to cancel enrollment and remove the student from class. A doctor’s note is required and the prorated credit or refund will be based on the date SGA receives the doctor’s note at the front desk and the cancellation is confirmed by our Member Services Team. Please note, in the case of medical cancellation, that re-enrollment is not guaranteed and will be based on availability. If a family wants to hold a participant’s spot in class, all current and future tuition payments are still required. In all cases, if we are presented with a doctor’s note after the activity has passed, we are unable to offer retroactive requests for medical credit.

    In the event that Seattle Gymnastics Academy must cancel a program offered at our facility due to unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control (including coach illness, extreme weather, power outage, gas leak, global pandemic, etc.) we will provide a non-refundable account credit for any missed classes.

    • Once an account credit is issued, the credit amount is non-refundable. Account credits may be used towards future programming and activities at SGA. Credits have no expiration date, however, credits will only remain available for immediate use for one year after being issued. If returning to SGA more than one year after a credit was issued, please contact our Member Services staff directly for assistance.

TUITION AND FEES

  • REGISTRATION FEE

    A one-time family registration fee of $55 is due upon your first registration in our continuous monthly programs. This is a lifetime registration fee and will never need to be paid again.

    Please note: effective July 1, 2024, our one-time registration fee will increase to $75 per family in line with increases in the operational costs of our facilities.

  • MONTHLY TUITION

    Monthly pricing for classes

    Monthly costs for classes are based on the total number of hours each gymnast (within a family) spends in classes per week.

    2024-2025 Tuition Rates (Effective July 1, 2024)

    45 min. – $127

    1 hr – $148

    1.5 hrs – $206

    2 hrs – $258

    2.5 hrs – $271

    3 hrs – $284

    3.5 hrs – $317

    4 hrs – $356

    4.5 hrs – $364

    5+ hrs – Check with your Member Services Staff

  • SGA IMPORTANT DATES

    We want to make sure our gymnasts, and our staff, can enjoy holidays and vacations with their families. Therefore, our yearly amortized tuition accounts for scheduled closures, as well as shorter / longer months, meaning closures are already calculated into the annual average tuition cost so your payments stay the same each month and you are not paying for days when the facility is closed.

    SGA will be CLOSED for Recreational Classes:

    • Memorial Day: May 27 (Monday) 2024
    • Summer Break: Summer Break – July 2 (Tuesday) – July 6 (Saturday) 2024
    • Labor Day: September 2 (Monday) 2024
    • Thanksgiving: November 27 (Wednesday) – December 1 (Sunday) 2024
    • Winter Break: December 24 (Tuesday) 2024 – January 3 (Friday) 2025
    • Spring Refresh (dates vary by location):
      • Ballard: March 22 (Saturday) – March 25 (Tuesday) 2025
      • Burien: March 29 (Saturday) – April 1 (Tuesday) 2025
      • Columbia City: March 22 (Saturday) – March 25 (Tuesday) 2025
      • Lake City: March 29 (Saturday) – April 1 (Tuesday) 2025
      • Mill Creek: March 29 (Saturday) – April 1 (Tuesday) 2025
    • Easter: April 20 (Sunday) 2025

    Please note: closure dates vary based on program / location. SGA may have camps, clinics, team practices and other special events during the scheduled closures.

    Check with your Member Services Team at your enrolled location for more information.

  • LATE FEES AND RETURN PAYMENTS

    Tuition payments and any outstanding balances are automatically processed on the 20th of each month using your payment information on file.

    A $25 late fee will be issued for all payments made after the 25th of the month.

    A $35 fee will be issued for returned checks/checking account payments.

    If payments are not processed by the 1st of the next month, students will be dropped from their enrolled class and spots will be offered to others.

PLAY EVENTS POLICIES

  • CAMP POLICY

    Once you are registered, we hope that nothing interferes with your child attending camp at Seattle Gymnastics Academy. However, if you must change your child’s camp registration, please be aware of our camp policies:

    Effective January 1, 2024, SGA may provide credits or refunds for *summer camp cancellations following the schedule below:

      • An account credit or refund may be provided for summer camp cancellations received on or before March 31, less a 20% administrative fee.
      • An account credit or refund may be provided for summer camp cancellations received between April 1 – May 31, less a 50% administrative fee.
      • No credits or refunds will be provided for summer camp cancellations received on or after June 1. If you have an unforeseen circumstance that arises after the deadline, please contact us so we can best assist you in finding an appropriate solution.

    * Please note: SGA does not provide credits or refunds for Winter Break camp registrations due to the limited number of spaces available in the program.

    Camp registrations remain in effect until a written notice of a cancellation is provided and confirmed by our Member Services Staff. To cancel a camp registration, email your enrolled location directly for assistance.

    There are no additional fees for transferring a camp registration to a different week or SGA location.

      • All camp transfers are subject to availability and must be requested a minimum of one week before the initial camp start date. One transfer per camp registration is permitted. 
      • Please note, once our programs are full the ability for us to accommodate camp transfers is limited. Please bring all camp registration issues / conflicts to our attention immediately, so we can best assist you in finding an appropriate solution.

    Preschool-age campers must be toilet trained and self-sufficient in the restroom. Children must be able to attend without the use of pull ups or diapers. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s self-sufficiency in the restroom, please contact us directly.

    If your child is ill or, for any reason, misses one or more days of camp, no credits or refunds will be provided due to the absence.

    • After a camp commences, prorated credits and / or refunds are issued for medical reasons only and a doctor’s note must be provided. Prorated credits and / or refunds are based on the date SGA receives the doctor’s note at the front desk. If we are presented with a doctor’s note after the activity has passed, we cannot issue credits or refunds.

    In the event that Seattle Gymnastics Academy must cancel a program offered at our facility due to unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control (including coach illness, extreme weather, power outage, gas leak, global pandemic, etc) we will provide a full non-refundable credit on your account for any missed camp dates.

    If a child can not adhere to staff instruction and safety requirements, they will be removed from the program and a pro-rated refund will be provided for the remainder of the camp.

    Please bring all camp registration issues / conflicts to our attention immediately, so we can best assist you in finding an appropriate solution.

  • BIRTHDAY PARTY POLICY

    Deposit and Fees: All fees are due at the time of booking and are non-refundable. Please ensure you are confident with your party date and time before proceeding with your booking.

    Cancellations: Our parties often book up 2 months in advance and therefore, SGA does not provide credits and / or refunds once a party booking is confirmed.

    Switching Dates: A minimum of 3 weeks notice must be given to switch the date / time of your party. There is a limit of one date / time change per booking.

    Party Guests: In order to keep the party safe and fun, we require you to keep the guest list to a maximum of 20 participants. Please remember to include the birthday child and all participating siblings in this count. For safety, all party-goers must be within a 3 year age range for participation. Indoor Playground style party participants, 5 years old and under, require a caregiver to accompany them in the gym for the duration of the party.

    We understand that it is hard to keep guest lists from growing, but please be respectful of this policy so we can work together to make this the best party for your child!

    Waivers: All party attendees must have a current online waiver completed by the child’s legal parent / guardian for birthday party participation. If your child will be carpooling to the party or dropped off by someone other than their legal parent / guardian, please be sure to complete this in advance.

    Reminder: To avoid disappointment, we highly recommend you book early. Our parties book up 2-3 months in advance.

  • PARENTS NIGHT OUT & CLINIC POLICY

    We have a limited number of spots available in our Parents’ Night Out and Clinic events and these programs fill fast! Therefore, we have a no refund policy on our Parents’ Night Out and Clinic registrations.

    If a request for transfer is received with a minimum of 48-hours notice before the event date, you may transfer your registration to another date with availability at no additional charge.

    • Only one transfer is permitted per registration.
    • No transfers will be permitted with less than 48-hours notice to ensure proper staffing.

    If your child is ill or, for any reason, misses the event, we will not be able to provide a credit and / or refund. Medical cancellations will receive an account credit and / or refund if notice is given prior to the event and a doctor’s note is provided. If we are presented with a doctor’s note after the activity has passed, we cannot issue credits or refunds.

  • PLAYDATE PLUS POLICY

    We have a limited number of spots available in our Playdate Plus events, therefore, we have a no refund policy on our Playdate Plus registrations. However, we understand that life happens and for many reasons, you may not be able to attend a Playdate Plus event that you have pre-registered for in advance.

    If you are no longer able to keep your Playdate Plus reservation, please contact your Member Services Team before the event date to transfer your reservation to another date with availability at no additional charge.

    Medical cancellations may receive an account credit or refund if notice is given before the scheduled event and a doctor’s note is provided. If we are presented with a doctor’s note after the activity has passed, we cannot issue retroactive credits or refunds.

  • INDOOR PLAYGROUND POLICY

    Indoor Playground is one of our most popular events for the 5 and under age group, especially on weekends, those particularly cold and rainy Seattle days or when school is out! In these instances, we encourage you to plan ahead and pre-register to ensure your spot in advance to avoid disappointment.

    We have a limited number of spots available in our Indoor Playground events and must maintain our capacity numbers to ensure the safety of all participants, caregiver / adults and staff on the floor.

    We have a no refund policy on our Indoor Playground registrations. However, we understand that life happens and for many reasons you may not be able to attend an Indoor Playground event that you have pre-registered for in advance.

    If you are no longer able to keep your Indoor Playground reservation, please contact your Member Services Staff prior to the event date to transfer your reservation to another date with availability at no additional charge.

ATTIRE, BEHAVIOR & PERSONAL PROPERTY

  • ATTIRE
    • Please wear shorts and a t-shirt or a gymnastics leotard.
    • Kids can either be barefoot, or may wear grippy socks (socks with rubber dots on the bottom).
    • Please refrain from wearing jewelry, earrings, belts, jeans or loose fitting clothing.
    • Long hair must be tied back.
    • Please bring a pre-filled water bottle – we have water filling stations available in our facilities
  • BEHAVIOR

    A participant may be expelled, without refund or credit, if their behavior is abusive to classmates or staff. A participant may also be expelled for destruction of equipment or the property of others and may be held responsible for all costs associated with the damage.

  • PERSONAL PROPERTY

    Seattle Gymnastics Academy is NOT responsible for lost or stolen property in or around our premises, including the gym floor, the observation area, or your vehicle. Please do not leave purses or other valuables in plain sight in your vehicle.

    We accept no responsibility for articles left behind. SGA staff are not permitted to accept responsibility for personal articles and all items left on the premises will be placed in lost and found.

    All water bottles left will be thrown away and all lost and found items will be donated on a monthly basis.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • PARTICIPANTS WITH ALLERGIES, MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND SPECIAL NEEDS

    We pride ourselves on creating an inclusive environment and we do our best to accommodate most situations. To ensure a safe and high-quality experience for all participants and staff, please notify the Member Services Staff of your child’s allergy, medical condition and / or any special accommodations that may be required upon enrollment so SGA can provide the best support possible.

    Please indicate any special circumstances under the medical notes in your online profile so our staff is aware prior to commencement of classes. In most cases, we request that a Medical Care Plan, signed by a healthcare provider, is on file for students with life-threatening allergies and / or medical conditions to ensure safe participation while in our facility. Each situation will be handled on a case-by-case basis, keeping in mind a safe and high-quality experience for all.

    To assure your child’s safety, please be sure that the following are completed before the first / next day of registered activities at SGA:

    Review SGA’s Policy for Students with Medical Conditions

    Return a signed copy of the Acknowledgement of Receipt of Policy for Administering Treatment to Children with Medical Conditions to the front desk along with the necessary medical care paperwork.

    Request that your health care provider fill out and sign the appropriate Emergency Care Plan (links to the required documentation are provided below). Please make sure that both your signature and the health care provider’s signature are on the forms with current dates and update us with changes to your child’s condition as needed.

    Severe Allergy Emergency Care Plan

    Diabetes Emergency Care Plan

    Asthma Emergency Care Plan

    Seizure Emergency Care Plan

    Other Medical Conditions (Cognitive, Developmental, and/or Social) Emergency Care Plan

    You may submit both the action plan and policy form to our front desk by email or in-person. If you have any questions, our Member Services Staff is available during normal business hours and will be happy to assist you.

  • PHOTOGRAPH AND VIDEO POLICY

    SGA will occasionally have photographers taking photos and videos for promotion, information, demonstrations, education and fundraising presentations.

    Photographic, audio or video recordings may be used for the following purposes:

    • Promotional presentations
    • Informational demonstrations
    • Educational demonstrations
    • Fundraising presentations

    SGA will post notices at the entrance of our facility when photographers are on-site taking photographs and video recordings for promotional purposes. Participants who do not wish to be photographed may choose not to participate in their enrolled class or event. No credits and / or refunds will be provided under these circumstances.

  • PARKING & FACILITY INFORMATION

    BURIEN PARKING INFORMATION

    SGA Burien is located at 15840 1st Ave S, Burien, WA 98148 inside the Five Corners Shopping Center next to the PCC Community Markets.

    Parking spaces in the main parking field of the shopping center directly in front of the PCC Community Market are considered restricted parking and may not be used for SGA drop offs, pick ups or waiting visitors.

    The space directly in front of SGA’s main entrance at the front of the building is also designated as a “No Drop Off / Parking Area”.

              

    We have a dedicated drop off / pick up zone located at the back of the facility and strongly encourage families (with children age 5 +) to use this as the main student entrance.

    This is a one-way zone and must be accessed from behind Trader Joe’s.

    Once your student has been dropped off, you may proceed to the front of the shopping center to park and enter the facility using the entrance at the front of the building. Please note: The drop off / pick up zone is a “No Waiting / Parking Zone” and must be kept clear for those actively dropping off / picking up students.

    Thank you for your cooperation and compliance to these important facility procedures.


    BALLARD PARKING INFORMATION

    SGA Ballard is located at 1415 NW 52nd St, Seattle, WA, 98107. The main parking lot and entrance is located on NW 51st, across from Les Schwab.

    • You may park in our designated lot, designated street parking on 14th Ave, or the parking spots at the back of the gym on 52nd.
    • Parking is absolutely not allowed in the apartment building’s lot to the northwest of us. If you pass through the corridor from our parking lot into the apartment area, you have entered private property and ticketing or towing is therefore at the discretion of the apartments.
    • Additionally, blocking access of the corridor drive to the apartments is not allowed at any time. Residents of the apartments have the right to request improperly parked cars blocking access to enter and exit their homes to be towed.
    • Any tickets or tows incurred for improperly parked cars are at the sole responsibility and cost of the vehicles’s owner.
    • Lastly, within our designated parking lot, please do not block our exit doors, entrance and garage doors (which are designated as no parking) and please – we can’t stress this enough – do not speed through the parking lot.

    Thank you for your cooperation and compliance to these important facility procedures.


    COLUMBIA CITY PARKING INFORMATION

    SGA Columbia City is located at 5034 37th Ave S, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98118. The main parking lot and front entrance is located on S. Dawson Street.
    • If our parking lot is full, you may use any legal street parking available on surrounding streets. Most streets have 2-hour maximum parking. Registered Zone Parking permits required for 2+ hour parking.
    • Parking in the upper lot above our main parking is not permitted. This parking is strictly for the EL1 business.
    • A pedestrian alley entrance is located on 37th Ave S, for those who are walking / biking to the gym.
    • If you are not planning to spend time in the gym, please consider parking on the nearby streets or running errands until pick-up time to prioritize parking for active viewing inside and picking-up / dropping-off students.
    • Please be patient with other cars in the parking lot. The main lot is a 1-way access and often times cars need a little extra room / time to back out and get turned around.
    • Lastly, please – we can’t stress this enough – do not speed through the parking lot as there are children walking through the lot at all times.

    Thank you for your cooperation and compliance to these important facility procedures.


    LAKE CITY – 26th PARKING INFORMATION

    SGA Lake City – 26th is located at 12535 26th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125. Whenever possible, please use the SGA parking lot with the south and north entrances off of NE 26th Ave. This is our parking area reserved for SGA customers.

    • If our parking lot is full, you may use any legal street parking available on NE 26th Ave. 
    • If you are not planning to spend time inside the gym, please consider parking on the nearby streets or running errands until pick-up time to prioritize the parking lot for those actively picking-up / dropping off students or those needing to enter the facility. This is especially important during our peak hours (weekdays 4:00-5:30pm + Sundays).

    Our neighboring business, the Friendly Foam Shop, has requested the following when using the parking area on NE 127th Ave: 

    • During their shop’s business hours, SGA families may use their parking spaces for short drop-off / pick-up situations only, for no more than 5 minutes.
    • During business hours, please leave the spots closest to their entrance door available for their customers. These are reserved for ADA accessibility.
    • All parking spaces are available to use when the shop is closed (Sun + Mon all day, Tue-Sat after 6pm).
    • Please DO NOT park in front of any roll-up garage doors for neighboring businesses at any time, including when the businesses are closed. This includes the Foam Shop and Century Link building. There are “No Parking / Tow” signs in front of these garage areas.

    Thank you for your cooperation and compliance to these important facility procedures.

  • SNOW AND INCLEMENT WEATHER

    SGA always plans to teach and will rarely close due snow or inclement weather. If there is a potential or unexpected schedule change / closure that impacts normal operations, communication will be sent via email and through the SGA app. We also encourage you to check our homepage banner on the website often for important announcements and closure information.

    In the event that Seattle Gymnastics Academy must cancel a program offered at our facility due to unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control (including coach illness, extreme weather, power outage, gas leak, global pandemic, etc.) we will provide a non-refundable account credit for any missed classes.

FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • When can we enroll for classes?

    With our continuous enrollment, you may register for classes at any time! Your enrollment begins the next time class meets, unless otherwise noted at the time of registration. The first month’s tuition (pro-rated if applicable) and a lifetime registration fee of $55 are due at the time of registration.

    All class spots are filled on a first to sign up basis and payment is due at the time of enrollment. We cannot hold spots for future start dates.

  • How do I enroll my child in a class?

    You may enroll into any entry level class with space available through the SGA app, online in the SGA customer portal or over the phone / in person with our Member Services Staff.

    New Members – Create an SGA Account

    New members must create an SGA account, as the participation waiver and policy agreements are paperless and must be completed during the enrollment process.

    We strongly encourage new members to complete their account registration online in advance so our Member Services Staff is able to locate your family / student account and better assist you in finding classes and programs that meet your specific needs.

    Current or Returning Members – My SGA Account

    *Please note: We updated our registration platform to encompass all SGA locations into one database on August 25, 2022. All families will need to create a new family profile to access the online portal. For more information on this transition, please view our news story.

    Current or returning members may enroll by logging into their SGA account through the customer portal or SGA app. If the student returning was previously enrolled in an intermediate or advanced class (i.e. Level 2 or higher) or if your student has been promoted, please contact your Member Services Staff directly to complete your enrollment.

    Transfers can be completed online in the customer portal for entry level classes with space available. Promotion transfers (i.e. – moving from a beginner (Learn Gymnastics 1) class to an intermediate (Learn Gymnastics 2) class) must be completed by contacting your Member Services Staff directly.

    To claim a spot from the waitlist, you must contact your Member Services Staff directly for assistance.

  • What if the class we want is full? How long is the waitlist?

    At this time, most of our classes are full, but we do monitor the waitlists closely. We highly recommend adding your child to the waitlist for classes that work with your schedule. Please do not add your child to waitlisted classes that will not work with your schedule.

    It is difficult to predict how long it will take from the time you register on the waitlist until there is an opening. However, it is our goal to move students off of the waitlist within a reasonable timeframe from the time you first registered.

    For more information on our waitlists, please view our waitlist policy.

  • Can we enroll in more than one class?

    Yes, you may enroll in more than one class. Monthly tuition is calculated based on the total number of hours a student attends class(es) on a weekly basis.

    For more information on our current rates, please view our tuition and fees.

  • How do I know when my child is ready to move up in skill level?

    Each class program and level has a specific set of skills that need to be mastered before moving up to the next class level.

    Our coaches keep a record of each gymnast’s progress in class and document their skill achievements through an online report card. You may view your student report card at any time in your SGA customer portal. Report cards will also be emailed to you at the end of each month.

    When the coach feels your child is ready to move up to the next level, we will notify you that your student is ready for a promotion and work with you to schedule your new class.

    Please keep in mind that every child‘s development is different, so please do not be discouraged if it takes a little while for a student to move up.

  • Can we switch the day/time of our class?

    You may transfer to another class at any time, based on availability. If the class you are interested in is full, please add your student to the waitlist and we will contact you when an opening is available to transfer.

    Transfers can be completed online in the customer portal for entry level classes with space available. Promotion transfers (i.e. – moving from a beginner (Learn Gymnastics 1) class to an intermediate (Learn Gymnastics 2) class) must be completed by contacting your Member Services Staff directly.

    To claim a spot from the waitlist, you must contact your Member Services Staff directly for assistance.

  • What if we need to take some time off from class?

    If you would like to cancel your enrollment, please complete the online drop request form by the 1st of the month to avoid being charged for the following month’s tuition.

    If you do not complete this form by the 1st, your child will be committed through the end of the following month and you will be responsible for that month’s tuition regardless of your ability to attend.

    For more information on withdrawals, please view our Drop Policy.

  • How are monthly tuition payments handled?

    A valid credit card or checking account is required for registration and must be kept on file as the primary payment method approved for recurring billing.

    Your primary payment method will be charged initially upon enrollment and then on the 20th of the month (or the first business day after the 20th) thereafter.

    If you need to make changes to your autopay arrangements, please update your records online, over the phone or in person before the 19th of the month.

    We accept the following payment methods:
    Visa, Mastercard and AmEx (with a 3.5% surcharge fee) and E-check (ACH).

  • What if my child has previous gymnastics experience outside of SGA?

    If your child has previous gymnastics experience outside of SGA, please reach out to our Member Services Staff so we can assist you in finding the right class placement for your child.

    In some cases, an assessment or trial class may be required to determine the appropriate placement for your child. All assessments and class trials must be scheduled directly with our Member Services Staff, either in person or over the phone.

  • How can I connect with my child’s coach?

    If you have a question or concern regarding your child’s participation or progress in class, please do not interrupt a class.

    You can speak with your child’s coach before or after class (generally 10 minutes before / after class, as time allows) or you can reach out to your Member Services Staff to make arrangements for your child’s coach to personally connect with you.

  • What if I have a concern?

    If you have a question or concern, we want to hear from you!

    You can speak with our Member Services Staff in person at the front desk or by calling us directly and we will be happy to assist you.

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