School of Recreational Gymnastics
The School of Recreational Gymnastics is for gymnastics instructors and teachers working with children in preschool and school-aged recreational programs in gymnastics clubs, community centers, schools, and other places.

In the School of Recreational Gymnastics there are four different certificate programs offered to meet the vocational and educational goals of each individual.

The certificate programs are progressive and one must complete one certificate level prior to moving to the next. Coursework for the next certificate program can be pursued at any time.

General requirements for University Admission
The certificate program can be achieved by completing designated "core" course work and school specific courses. Courses and other requirements vary depending on the school of study and the specific certificate program.

Regardless of what area of study one chooses, everyone within the university must:

  • Successfully complete U100: Fundamental Of Gymnastics Instruction Course (online)
  • Be a current USA Gymnastics Member (Professional, Junior Professional, Instructor, Athlete).
  • Be responsible for knowing the course requirements for the certificate program they are pursuing. (While course requirements can and will change for different certificate programs, those who have already received their certificate will maintain as active/current.)
  • Admission to multiple schools within the university is permitted.
  • Course requirements are subject to change at any time.
  • Designated purchased technical material, and free downloads are eligible for credit. Proper paperwork for credit must be submitted to USA Gymnastics.
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