Fall Term 2023 (September 5, 2023 – December 22, 2023)Winter Term 2024 (January 8, 2024 – March 10, 2024)Spring Term 2024 (March 18, 2024 – June 28, 2024)
Labour Day – September 4, 2023Thanksgiving Day – October 9, 2023Holiday Break – December 23, 2023 – January 7, 2024Family Day – February 19, 2024March Break – March 11, 2024 – March 17, 2024Easter Closure – March 29, 2024 – April 1, 2024Victoria Day 2024 – May 20, 2024
We want all of our students to feel comfortable inside the gym. Although we don’t have a strict dress code for our female athletes, we recommend that they wear a gymnastics leotard with a pair of shorts on top. However, a pair of shorts and a well-fitted t-shirt will do just fine!
We recommend that our male athletes wear sport shorts and a well-fitted t-shirt.
All students train barefoot inside the gym allowing for maximum traction on the equipment.
Students are not allowed to wear jewelry during practice. Long hair must be tied back with soft accessories.
We do not offer make-up classes. Students may be invited to one make-up class per term, but such classes are subject to availability and are not guaranteed. It is the parent’s responsibility to notify the administration of the missed class and to provide availability. If an appropriate vacancy occurs, the parent will be notified accordingly.
Participants, their parents, guardians, friends, and all other guests are expected to treat others fairly and equitably and to be respectful and courteous to others. Certain behaviours by participants, their parents, guardians, friends and all other guests will not be tolerated and will lead to dismissal of the participants from the programs offered by Children’s Fitness Centres of Canada. These behaviours include but are not limited to: (1) Any act considered to be offensive under federal, provincial or municipal laws, or a violation of the Children’s Fitness Centres of Canada’s policies and procedures; (2) Gross misconduct, inappropriate horseplay, theft, fighting, or any behaviour which may lead to property damage or which may affect the safety and well being of others; (3) Willful destruction of property (i.e. including that caused by inappropriate horseplay, fighting, etc.); (4) Willful disabling of any smoke detector; (5) Tampering or interfering with any fire alarm system to include causing a false fire alarm (i.e., by pulling the fire alarm handle); (6) Disregard of our employee’s (i.e., coaches’) instructions during class, being abusive, belligerent, or in any way compromising the delivery of instruction to, or the enjoyment of the class by, other participants of the program.
The Children’s Fitness Centres of Canada is an organization dedicated to the advancement of health- and skill-related fitness to youth across Canada.
Our gymnastics based fitness programs are designed to suit the needs of children aged 18 months through the teen years.
9 Banigan Dr.Toronto, OntarioM4H 1G3
Telephone: (416) 628-8097Email: firstname.lastname@example.org