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Policies & Procedures

Refund Policy

Enrollment spots are not guaranteed until full payment has been made. Please note that while our registration system does require credit card information to be entered in order to enroll in a class, it does not automatically charge a credit card. A separate payment must be entered.

Refunds are not available.

Vaccination Policy

Our club policy is that to enter our facility, we require proof of vaccination for everyone turning 12 before December 31, 2021 or older. All of our staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated. For all athletes turning 12 before December 31, 2021 or older, we require proof of a second dose (or first for those who are 11 are not yet eligible for their second dose) of a Government of Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine, administered at least 14 days before class, for your athlete. The same is required for caregivers in our Parent & Child classes.

Caregiver Requirements for Parent & Child Classes

Due to current COVID-19 capacity restrictions, only one adult caregiver per child can attend our Parent & Child classes. In addition, due to the number of unvaccinated children who are in our facility, we require that all adult caregivers attending Parent & Child classes be fully vaccinated. Prior to attending class, proof of a second dose of a Government of Canada approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to the date of class must be shown to our health screener.

Medical Credits

Medical credits are available when requested in writing with an accompanying medical note. The amount will be determined by Toronto Premier Gymnastics and the credit must be used for the next consecutive session.

Make Up Classes

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.

Late Fee

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

Communicable Diseases

To minimize the risk of spreading illness, please do not bring your child to class if they are sick. In addition, please do not remain in the waiting area if you are showing signs of illness. For the health & safety of all of our participants, as well as our coaches, we reserve the right to remove any child from a class who we feel should not be participating due to heavy coughing, mucus, fever, chicken pox, flu-like symptoms or any other illness that might be highly contagious and harmful to others. The parent/guardian will be called and asked to take their child home.


If your child has lice, please do not bring your child to class until the condition has been treated and no sign of nits or lice are present in their hair. To help prevent the spread of the condition, if we notice a child in the class with symptoms of lice, the parent/guardian will be called and asked to take their child home. We will notify the rest of the children in the group.

Parent’s Viewing

As directed by the provincial government’s Ministry of Health and Gymnastics Ontario, parents/guardians are not permitted in the facility at this time.

Gymnastics Ontario Fee

Please note that Toronto Premier Gymnastics is a proud member of Gymnastics Ontario. To attend class in our facilities, each child must also be a registered member of Gymnastics Ontario. As such, a $37.00 annual fee covering the period from July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022, will be added for each child. This fee is non-refundable.


Children should wear comfortable, stretchy clothing (ex. gymnastics leotards (for girls), T-shirts, shorts or leggings). We carry a selection of gymnastics leotards available for purchase at our Railside location. Please note, children will be barefoot in the gym.

Railside Facility Improvements

We are very excited to include a rod power tumbling strip to our list of equipment! We now offer a Competitive Power Tumbling program!


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