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Buckeye Gymnastics

The largest gymnastics program in Central Ohio

The most successful gymnastics program in the State of Ohio

About Buckeye Gymnastics

We provide state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities in two convenient locations in South Delaware County. Our gym serves the communities of Westerville, Worthington, Powell, Dublin, New Albany, Sunbury, Lewis Center, Gahanna, Northland, and more. With over 45,000 sq/ft of impeccably designed gym space, we offer a wide range of programs to cater to every individual’s needs.

Our Mission

We exist to develop the talents and abilities of our students, to support the dreams and aspirations of our athletes, and to teach the fun of physical movement as we prepare the children for a lifetime of physical activity.

We know that gymnastics training is the best place for children to learn basic motor development skills that will prepare them for any sport they are likely to try.

We believe that gymnastics training at Buckeye Gymnastics will teach our students that physical activity is fun and will instill the belief that they can succeed if they try.

For our students who want to become gymnasts and cheerleaders, we believe that Buckeye is the best place to achieve their goals. The achievements of our students and teams speak for themselves.

Our team of experienced, skilled coaches are dedicated to helping you obtain your goals.

“You have patience, patience, patience! This age is super difficult to work with and you do a wonderful job! Ella talks about you all week long and is very excited to see you. You are a very sweet and sincere person and we are lucky to have you for a coach. Thank you!!”

Susan R., mother of Ella

“Miss Megan helps me with the things I didn’t know how to do. I didn’t know how to do a back handspring and she helped me with it. She is a really good teacher.”

Malila B.

“You spend a lot of time with each student showing them how to position their body to successfully execute a move. My daughter has made great progress working with you and even though she works very hard, she enjoys every moment. You are the best.”

Katharine M.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do gymnastics?

There are numerous physical and mental advantages to participating in gymnastics. It fosters the development of strength, flexibility, balance, and hand-eye coordination. In addition, it encourages children to stay active and maintain their fitness. Gymnastics classes provide a secure and supervised environment where kids can forge meaningful friendships. Moreover, gymnastics instills indispensable mental attributes such as perseverance, patience, and mental toughness.

How old does my child have to be to start gymnastics?

We accept children who are able to walk well. Their first class will be a 40 minute parent participation class, where at least one adult must attend. We emphasize fun and high-fives but the children are expected to work a bit more independently. Parents will be involved as an aid to the children as they develop the basics of rolling, jumping and climbing independently. In addition, the children are learning to watch, listen and follow basic directions.

Which class is best for my child?

We offer classes for every age level and ability, from preschool to young adults. We will access your child on their physical and emotional readiness and age to determine the class best suited for their level of development.

What skills do I need to move into competitive gymnastics or cheer?

The Scarlet and Grey Team is a recreational, instructor recommended girl’s competitive team. All girls who can demonstrate the required skills are eligible to participate. Scarlet and Grey Team members register just as they would for any other class.

Participation within our USAG Team program is determined through an audition process held in the spring. It is not that we want to eliminate anyone who wants to participate, it is that we want the children who do participate to have the skills, strength, attitude, and supportive parents that will allow them to succeed.

Buckeye Cheer Star (BCS) Programs are a non-select recreation version of the traditional all-star team. At Buckeye we already compete in all-star cheerleading through Buckeye Cheer Elite. The BCS teams will train fewer hours each week, they will compete less frequently, and the costs associated with the Buckeye Cheer Stars program are much lower. 

Buckeye Cheer Elite (BCE) All Stars is a competitive cheerleading program for both girls and boys ages 18 and under and requires an audition. At BCE we believe in pushing our athletes to their fullest potential. We pride ourselves on our ability to teach skills and to develop talent. At BCE we prepare our athletes for the future beyond the world of All Star cheerleading.  We not only look at what can be accomplished in a season but also what we can do for each and every individual to help them reach their dreams and take cheerleading to that next level.

How does my child progress to the next level?

Students advance to the next level upon mastering all necessary basic skills for their class and meeting the age requirement, unless otherwise determined by one of our coaches.

What should my child wear to class?

Gymnasts are encouraged to wear a leotard for class. There are a variety of styles, including short or long sleeves, as well as unitards. Gymnasts can also choose to wear shorts or leggings on top of their leotard. If a leotard is not available, shorts with no buttons or zips, paired with a t-shirt, are suitable alternatives.

Do you offer a money back guarantee?

100% money back for new families/students. Notify us in writing (please email registration@buckeyegymnastics.com) for a full refund within the first two weeks of enrollment to receive your refund.

Is my teenage child too old to start gymnastics?

Gymnastics is an activity that people of all ages can enjoy. Regardless of your age, there are no limits when it comes to having fun and staying active. If you decide to try recreational gymnastics at a later stage in life, it may require a bit more effort to regain your flexibility, but it is certainly achievable.

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