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Policies & Procedures

Refund Policy and Make Up Classes

Enrolment spots are not guaranteed until full payment has been made.

Refunds are available before the first class and are subjects to a $15 administrative fee.

No refunds after the first class.

Credit is available to be applied to the next consecutive session in full amount, and 50% to the following session.

There is a late fee if you are more than 15 min late to pick up your child.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate make up classes, including those cancelled due to inclement weather or extraordinary circumstances beyond the control of Toronto Premier Gymnastics.

Parent's Viewing

Parents are not allowed in the gym during regular training. We have CC TV's at our Railside location and CC TV's and a viewing window at the Simpson gym. We hold Parent's Day on the last class of every Session. On Parent's Days parents are invited to watch their children's classes and take pictures.

Gymnastics Ontario Fee

Please note that as a registered member of Gymnastics Ontario, in order to attend gymnastics in our facility, each child must be included in the Gymnastics Ontario insurance policy. To do so, there is a $35 annual fee that covers the period from July 1 - June 30. This will be added to your account for each child each year.


Children should wear comfortable clothing - T-shirts, shorts, tights, fitness pants or gymnastics suits (for girls). We carry a selection of gymnastics suits available for purchase. Please note, children train barefoot.

Railside Facility Improvements

We are very excited to include a tumbling track to our set of equipment! Tumbling classes are now offered!

We continue to improve our facilities and programs - more exciting updates coming soon!
My 6 year old daughter is in the Mini Pre-Competitive program at Toronto Premier Gymnastics and it has done wonders for her self confidence. She had a severe health issue 3 years ago that made her self-conscious among her peers. Learning to be good at something that is so technically challenging has made her self esteem soar.
Angie Caunce, mother of 2