Community Center Youth Programs
Spring Session - March 23rd-May 16th
2020 Spring Session Registration Dates
|CSCC Members - Mon., March 2nd from 8 a.m.-9 p.m.|
|South St. Paul Residents Only - Tues., March 3rd from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. |
|Open Registration - Wed., March 4th starting at 8 a.m.|
Register online or at Central Square Community Center, 100 7th Ave., South St. Paul. Call 651-366-6200 with questions.
Tiny Tots: (Age 3) and Tiny Tumblers: (Ages 4-5)
Designed to acquaint young children with the basic skills of gymnastics. Appropriate for children with little or no gymnastics experience. Class focus is to develop strength, coordination and self confidence. The 3 year old age group will focus on motor skills development.
Beginners I Gymnastics (Ages 6 & up)
Designed for boys and girls with little or no gymnastics experience. Includes exposure to apparatus as well as focus on skills, strength, coordination and flexibility.
Beginners II Gymnastics
Designed for students who have passed Beginners I Gymnastics or have prior gymnastics experience. Continuation of basic skills as well as development of strength, flexibility and coordination.
Intermediate I Gymnastics
Designed for students who have passed Beginners II Gymnastics or are familiar with the following skills: Floor-R & L cartwheel, handstand hold, back bend & stand up and front-over. Beam-forward roll, tuck jump and scale. Bars-pull-over, cast back hip circle, swing with re-grasp. Vault-squat on. Class will continue to focus on skill development, muscle strength, flexibility and self confidence.
Intermediate II Gymnastics
Designed for students who have passed all levels of Beginners and Intermediate I Gymnastics, or who are able to PERFORM the skills listed above for Intermediate I Gymnastics. Class will focus on higher level gymnastics skills and will serve as preparation for advanced-level gymnastics. This is not an appropriate class for students who have not attended formal gymnastics classes.
Designed for students who have PASSED all levels of Beginners and Intermediate Gymnastics, or who are able to PERFORM the following skills: Floor-front over, backbend-kick over, round-off dismount, all jumps/leaps. Beam-cartwheel on low bean, roundoff dismount. Bars-pull-over connected to back hip circle, pop-up. Vault-handspring. Preparation for team level gymnastics.
Designed for students who have PASSED all levels of Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Gymnastics. It’s held twice a week and as a more focused approach on the fundamentals of gymnastics. The class is intended for gymnasts who want to learn the basics of competition style gymnastics. Classes will concentrate on tumbling and dance connections, routine requirements and essential gymnastic drills.