BC Gymnastics offers homeschool classes in Gymnastics, Karate, Family Yoga, and General Phys Ed (Fit Games) for K-12th grade with an optional credit for K- 9th grade in Health included in the price of the class. We also offer a siblings gymnastics class (Tots walking to age 4) for your tiny students. We have a thriving home school community and make use of our studio space to offer classes in Spanish and Art.
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*Pricing based on number of siblings and classes. Classes are billed monthly (the $0 tuition shown is a place holder). Please see the pricing link above or contact us for your monthly tuition.
When you register for classes, you will receive an email with your class schedule and price of your classes. Your account will be billed, and payment should be received within 48 hours to remain registered with us.
Our gymnastics classes are for male and female students aged K – 12. Every student is coached at their level and can progress from basic abilities to more advanced skills at their own pace. Our classes encompass all gymnastics disciplines; floor, bars, beam, parallel bars, pommel horse, basic vault, rings, and beam. Gymnastics is a sport that develops the whole body in strength, coordination, flexibility, mobility, and pediatric studies show it even improves cognitive function.
Health for Grades K – 9th
Our Gymnastic and Fit Games classes offer an optional written and verbal Health lesson with every class. Course materials are emailed to parents every Sunday for the upcoming class that week. During warm-up, our instructors go over the significant points of the Health lesson and answer questions.
Looking for a Health course for credit? Our 36 weeks of health lessons will cover:
- basic nutrition
- pre and post-exercise care
- basic biology
- fundamentals of anatomy
- fitness first aid and common injuries
- exercise-related to hormones and mood
- basics on how age enhances and decreases aspects of physical performance