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May14 Victory Games
Event Name: Victory Games
Event Date: May 14, 2016
Event Details:

Annual Spring Show, "VICTORY GAMES", All recreational students are encouraged to participate in showcasing what they learned this year for their parents, grandparents, etc.  Awards are given and custom Leotard or shirt/shorts are available.  See our Front Desk for details!!!!

May05 Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00
Event Name: Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00
Event Date: May 05, 2016
Event Details:

Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00

May19 Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00
Event Name: Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00
Event Date: May 19, 2016
Event Details:

Stay-N-Play 10:30-12:00

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Welcome to Ace Gymnastics
ACE Gymnastics, the place “Where All Children Excel” is not just our motto but an action we strive to fulfill. We provide a full array of children’s activities that are sure to meet your needs, including; Preschool Gymnastics Classes, Recreational Gymnastics Classes, Tumbling Classes that are helpful for Cheerleaders, After-school Care with bus pick up, Summer Camps, Day Camps, Kids Birthday Parties, Preschool Open Gyms, Kids ages 5+ Open Gyms, Parents Night Out, Private Gymnastics Lessons, and Field Trips.

With our fabulous 27,000 square foot facility we are second to none in the Central Florida area for Gymnastics training and kids physical fitness programs. We provide professionally trained staff to ensure your child is learning to the best of their ability to become physically fit in a safe, fun environment.

With ACE offering gymnastics to children from the early age of 12 months it makes a perfect progression into the world of competitive gymnastics. Our competitive teams “Team ACE” include girls from level 1-Elite, boys from level 1-10 and Tumbling and Trampoline from levels 1-10. Having former LSU Gymnast Ray Gnat and former Olympian Joan Moore Gnat along with many other specially trained coaches, the competitive teams receive expert instruction.