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Adult and Child: A class for ages 18 months to 3 years and an adult to help
Beginning Preschool- (30 minutes) for those children 3 & 4 that have not taken gymnastics before. The half hour class is an introduction to gymnastics and being in a class environment.
Intermediate Preschool: (45 minutes) for children ages 4 and 5 that are ready for a challenge. Some gymnasts in this class are new to gymnastics but are ready to attend class for 45 minutes. Others have taken beg. Preschool and have met the skill requirements for Int. Preschool.
Advanced Preschool: (1 hour) for the gymnasts that have met the skill requirements in Beg and Int. Preschool.
Shooting Stars: (1 hour and 15 minutes twice a week) these gymnasts are in training. They are mastering skills needed to take them to the next level (our competitive team).
By invitation only
Beginning Gymnastics- (1 Hour) for those students new to gymnastics ages 6 and up.
Intermediate Gymnastics: (1 Hour) for those students ages 6 and up that have met the skill requirements for Beg. Gymnastics
Advance Gymnastics: (1 hour and 15 minutes) for those students ages 6 and up that have met the skill requirements for Int. Gymnastics.
JR. High/High School: (2 Hours) for gymnasts ages 7 grade and up that are working on skills for the competitive middle school and high school programs. The gymnasts work on all 4 events. They may attend 1 time a week or twice a week
The following classes work on Floor skills only: (All classes are 1 hour).
Ages 6 and up
Beginning Tumbling: Beginning floor skills up to Back Walkovers.
Advanced Tumbling: These gymnasts work on Round offs and Back Handsprings
Ultimate Flippers: For gymnasts that can do Round off, 2 Back Handsprings connected and above.
Team Program: The team program at LAGC consists of competitors from Levels 3-9. Currently we have 53 gymnasts on our competitive team. All LAGC Team members compete thru the USA Gymnastics National Program.
Tiny Dancers focus on developing and expanding the gross motor skills of the students. No shoes are required. Bare feet are suggested.
Ballet classes focus on ballet technique. Ballet shoes are required. Pointe shoes are required if in Pointe.
Tap classes focus on basic and advanced steps and combinations at the level of each student. Tap shoes are required.
Jazz/Hip Hop Classes:
Jazz/Hip Hop classes focus on the styles of jazz and hip hop dance. No shoes are required, but jazz shoes are allowed.
Invitational Troupe focus on learning dances in tap, lyrical, and jazz/hip hop for competitions. Students in Invitational Troupe are required to take at least one dance and gymnastic class or two dance classes.
Open Level Teaching:
Students are grouped in classes based on their age. While the class learns the same steps, students are encouraged to work at the speed that allows them to focus on the correct technique of each step. Variations on the steps are taught as the students master the basic step.
Dance Class Attire
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If you have any questions regarding the specfics of any of our classes, what class your child should be in or anything related to LAGC please contact us by calling (765)427-2591 or click the CONTACT US link to the right to fill out our online form to requestion information.