Fairfax Gymnastics Academy

Covid-19 update

Fairfax Gymnastics Academy is closed for all classes and practices until Sunday, April 12th. 

In response to Governor Northam’s press conference today, March 17th, we have decided to temporarily close FGA to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus.  This closure is effective immediately and will continue through Sunday April 12th.

We will continue to monitor the evolving situation over the next few weeks and will provide updates to our operating status as the need arises.

Upon re-opening, we will notify our families who are currently enrolled in classes for Session #3 of our make up policy for missed classes just as soon as we have a plan that can be efficiently executed.

Follow @fairfaxgymgirlsteam on Instagram and get access to workout videos and conditioning to keep you gymnast active.  Please be sure to make sure your gymnast has a safe workout area.    

Thank you for your understanding and continued support of Fairfax Gymnastics Academy!


What is your refund policy?  NO REFUNDS.

Is there a family discount? There is a discount of 10% off each additional child’s equal or lesser tuition. 

Can I make a payment over the phone?  Yes, we can take credit card payments over the phone.

When can I re-enroll my child for the next session?  Re-enrollment for the next session usually opens up 3 weeks for the end of session. Visit the front desk to let them know your intention to continue in the class and pay for the next session.  Your spot will be given away if you have not paid by the first day of the next session (there is a $10 late fee for paying on the first day of new session).

A class is full, can I be added to a wait list?  Yes, in fact you can be added to multiple wait lists - for as many classes as you'd like.

How long are the wait lists valid?  The wait lists are in effect Session #1 - Session #4 (essentially, the school year Sept - mid June). The wait lists are completely DELETED at the beginning of Session #5 (Summer Session) - as our schedule and classes change to accommodate the summer season.

When can I register for Summer classes (Session #5)?Summer class registration usually opens up on May 1st.  Look for signs to be posted in the gym for the opening of this registration or check with the front desk.

When can I register for Fall classes (Session #1)? Fall class registration usually opens up on June 1st.  Look for signs to be posted in the gym for the opening of this registration or check with the front desk.

What are your office hours?  We usually have someone in the office Monday - Friday: 3pm - 7:30pm, and Saturday: 9am - 2pm.

Class Policies

What if my child misses a class? Only 3 make-ups permitted per session. Make-ups must be taken in the same session as the class missed. Make-ups MUST be scheduled, your child will not be allowed into a class unless the make-up has first been scheduled.  No make-ups for a missed make-up class. You can see the front desk or call (703-323-8050) in advance to schedule your make-up. Read our Make-up Policy.

It is our first class.  What do I need to do?   Please come in and find a cubby. You do not need to check in at the front desk. Remove shoes, socks, and any loose clothing or jewelry. Please wait in the lobby for the class to be called.  The coach will come to the door and call for students when the class is starting.  Please be sure to listen carefully, as several classes maybe called at once - often groups will warm up together then break into separate classes after warm up.

What should my child wear in class?  Leotard, shorts and tuck-able T-shirts, sweats, and leggings are preferred. Jeans, belts, baggy clothes, jewelry, and socks are not allowed due to safety considerations. Hair must be pulled back and secured. Any hair that can get into the child's face or eyes needs to be pulled back.

When can my child move up to the next level?  Placements to the next level happen at the end of session #4 (end of the school year), before summer.  This is at the coach's discretion.  We prefer to have the child finish through session #4 moving up to the next level; this help with continuity of teaching in the class.  

When should we arrive? Students should arrive at least 5 minutes before class so that they can find a cubby, take off shoes, socks, jewelry, and loose items, and go to the bathroom.

What are your pickup procedures?   Please pick up your child on time.  If you are delayed for some reason, please call the front desk (703-323-8050).  Instruct your child to wait inside the building.  There is a late fee of $25 if you are more than 20 minutes late. Please pick them up in the lobby and escort them outside. Please do no have your child meet you outside.  Pick up and drop off is a very busy time.  Please drive slowly and carefully. 

What is your spectator policy? Due to insurance restrictions NO ONE is allowed in the training area without an instructor. Siblings and friends not enrolled in class must remain outside the training area and must be supervised by an adult. When class is over, gymnasts must leave the training area. The instructors will need to start the next class and therefore cannot supervise them. For the safety of those in class, spectators should keep the noise level as low as possible.

Can I take pictures of my children while they are in class?  Yes, BUT you must remain inside the spectator area and NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY.


Where should I park?  You can park in the FGA spaces marked 3729 and 3731 or you can park in any of the spots marked Visitor.

What is your inclement weather policy?  Please call the gym (703-323-8050) for a recorded message or visit our website for updates. We do not always follow Fairfax County school closings.

Do you close on Federal Holidays?  We only close on some federal holidays.  Please check the session calendar for dates when the gym is open or closed.

What is your photo use policy?  We are proud of all of our athletes! We like to take pictures of what is going on in the gym as well as at our extra activities (birthday parties, special events, etc.). We WILL NOT post any names of our athletes but we do like to post what they are learning and working on in our gym. The pictures may also be used in flyers and/or brochures, social media and our website. The website gives general information about our gym and the programs we offer.  All content on the website is publicly viewable by anyone on the internet.