Recreation classes- Friday February 20th

Although it is our policy that classes will be cancelled in the event that there is no school, the weather allows us to have classes this evening. All recreation classes are on as scheduled.

Good Luck Maddy!! CANADA GAMES 2015

imageGood Luck to Madison & the rest of team PEI at the 2015 Canada Winter Games!! Have fun everyone and create memories! We are cheering for you back home!! GO PEI!!!!

Classes cancelled- Thursday Feb 5th

All competitive classes for today have been cancelled due to pending weather warnings. Our coaches need to be in Halifax early tomorrow morning for competition.

Make up class for athletes scheduled to train this evening will be held on Sunday Feb 8th 4:00-7:00pm. Amanda will be back from competition in time for regular training on Saturday Feb 7th 3:30-6:30pm

Victory at the PE Classic 2015!!

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COMPETITION HIGHLIGHTS:

Argo & Tyro level 6:

Maia MacLean placed 4th overall with a third place finish on bars and beam. Liah Mah placed 5th overall and teammate Lindsey Smith had a third place finish on vault, second place finish on floor and placed 6th all around. Kali smith won silver on beam.

Novice level 6:

Isabella White claimed first place on bars, second place on vault and was the overall gold medalist. Mia Stewart finished 3rd on bars and 5th overall. Teammate Shelby Beaton claimed silver on floor.

Tyro level 8:

Seven McHatten claimed gold on beam and floor, followed by a second place finish on bars. Seven was the all around gold medalist in Tyro level 8.

National level (pre novice aspire, elite & national open):

Chloe Cudmore finished 1st on beam, third on bars, third on vault, second on floor and won the silver medal overall in the pre novice national aspire category. Kenzie Myers was the all around champion in the pre novice national elite category and claimed gold on all events. Madison Kelly Maund was the silver medalist on vault in the national Open category!

Fantastic job to our athletes and coaches this past weekend!!!!

 

 

Register now for March Break Camp!

March Break  Morning Camp – 2015

8:30 am – 12:30pm
Early drop off or late pick up (1/2 hour) can be arranged for an additional price of $20 each per week (per family).
About March Break Camp
Campers are responsible for bringing their own snack.
Camp is offered to children ages 4-12.
Discounts are give for families.
Along with gymnastics our campers will also get to experience other fun filled activities such as:
Arts/ Crafts day – Monday morning (after break)
Team fun day– Wednesday (after break)
Popcorn/Movie Day – Friday (after break)
Camp Prices
$90 per week (half day)
NOTE: An additional fee of $25 per child (family rates available) is due upon registration for insurance/admin fees if your child is not currently a member of V.G.C. or any other gymnastics facility in PEI.
Please click on our Camps link to register now for March Break Morning Camp 2015

 

Competitive try outs

Victory Gymnastics will be hosting a competitive try out for girls ages 5 & up on Sunday Dec 7th at 4:00pm. All existing and new members are welcome to attend. Attendance must be confirmed prior to the try out date by contacting victorygymnastics@hotmail.com. New competitive programs will begin in January 2015 .

All competitive classes are cancelled this evening due to current weather conditions. 

Success at Harvest Classic 2014!!

 

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This past weekend our athletes and coaches took part in the Harvest Classic competition hosted by the Island Gymnastics Academy. Our girls showed great results in each category.

Kenzie Myers was the gold medalist in the Pre Novice National Elite category while her teammate Chloe Cudmore was the gold medalist in the Pre Novice National Aspire category. Madison Kelly Maund claimed the gold medal on vault in the Nation Open category, silver on floor and placed 4th overall, Madison is heading to BC in February to represent PEI at the Canada Games. CONGRATS Maddy!!!! Seven McHatten placed 5th on floor, 6th on bars and 8th on floor in National Open.

Isabella White was the all around champion in novice level 6, her teammates Mia Stewart, Sarah White and Emma MacQuaid placed 2nd, 4th and 5th overall. Isabella also claimed gold on beam and vault, silver on bars and bronze on floor. Mia Stewart was the gold medalist on bars. Sarah white took silver on floor and bronze on vault. Emma placed second on beam.

Kali smith claimed gold on beam in the tyro level 6 category. Her teammate Emily Wilson had a 4th place finish on bars.

Lindsey Smith was the all around silver medalist in the Argo level 6 category, her teammate Maia MacLean was the bronze all around medalist. Lindsey also claimed gold on floor, silver on beam and silver on vault. Maia took silver on bars and bronze on floor.

Great Job Girls!!!

 

New Programs & Coaches!!

We have re vamped our coaching staff for the 2014-2015 season to ensure a positive experience for all members. Coaches are enthusiastic, positive and up to date with the newest level system that is now in place. The level system is in place to ensure that each child is placed in the class that best suits their gymnastics abilities while challenging them to advance to the next level. Progress reports are as follows:

Parent & Tot / Kindergym:

Each athlete will receive a certificate along with a ribbon of participation at the end of each 8 week session outlining the gymnastics activities and apparatus that were covered throughout the term. Once each child turns 5 they are encouraged to enter the beginner program.

Beginner:

There are 2 levels to achieve in this program before advancement into the intermediate program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level ( it is possible to complete both beginner levels in one term)

  • Level 1 (BLUE)
  • Level 2 (RED)

Intermediate:

There are 2 levels to achieve in this program before advancement into the advanced  program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level ( it is possible to complete both intermediate levels in one term)

  • Level 3 (GREEN)
  • Level 4 (YELLOW)

Advanced:

There are 2 levels to achieve in this program. A progress report will be given to each athlete at the end of each 8 week session along with a ribbon for those athletes who have completed a level. Athletes who complete both advanced levels are encouraged to move into he competitive program.

  • Level 5 (PURPLE)
  • Level 6 (ORANGE)

 

 

Please download the following form and bring it to the registration office with your child for their first class;

Medical Form