What is the daily schedule?
This is a preliminary schedule and will change according to the camp director.
7:30-9 CHECK IN
12-1 LUNCH ( PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH)
3:30 PARENTS PICK UP.
12-1 LUNCH(PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH)
3:30 PARENTS PICK UP
Day 4 (This is Day 3 for the 3 day camps)
12-1 LUNCH(PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH)
3-3:30 END OF CAMP SHOW FOR PARENTS. ( PARENTS PLEASE ARRIVE 2:45-3:00PM. SHOW STARTS 3:00PM SHARP)
What Olympians will be participating?
We will schedule Olympians at the earliest possible time and will send out an email with the announcement. However, since Olympians schedule varies in the summer, we reserve the right to change and cancel.
What level will girls be training?
On the first day, coaches will move girls up and down groups to put them in the proper level and entice them learn and not be frustrated/intimidated.
Why should you send your gymnast to OGC?
We are structured to provide extensive gymnastics training. If your gymnast is looking for different activities, this may not be for her. Our camp consists of Gymnastics ALL DAY with the exception of a few games before workouts.
Is your coaching staff qualifed?
Our coaching staff comes not only locally but from all over the US. They are highly qualified to coach any level that we have at the camp and some even specialize in certain events.
Will there be private lessons?
All coaches after lunch on first day will put a sign up sheet with their available times. Price depends on the level of coach. There is a small fee to sign up of $20 and is non-refundable. There is also a limit on repeat privates to allow other girls to have a time slot.
What if I need to cancel?
Please see information
What are ages accepted?
OGC is a "day camp" only for girls ages 5 turning 6 year of camp to 18.
Do participants have to be in a gymnastics program?
Yes, we currently take campers that are active in gymnastics. We accept Levels Pre-Team, L-2-10, AAU, Prep-Op/Excel, High School.
Do you need insurance?
Yes, all campers must provide proof of insurance. If you do not have insurance gymnasts are not allowed to participate without a release form. Physical and Dr approvals are required ifyour gymnast is not currently active ingymnastics.
What is the coach to gymnast ratio?
Coach to gymnast ration 1-8 on all main events. Campers will be divided in groups by levels and not by age.
Can teams register?
Yes but please register as individual families.
OGC accepts individual campers, small, medium and large teams as well.
Can team coaches attend?
Coaches are welcome to attend but not necessary.
What type of events are taught at OGC?
Campers will be practicing on all competitive events including but not limited to Vault, Bars, Beam, Tumbling. In addition, we include Trampoline, Tumble Track, Dance, Conditioning and Flexibility stations in order to help campers with all aspects of sport and achieve higher scores at competition.
Parents are allowed to watch practice?
We strongly discourage parents from watching because campers lose focus on what they are trying to achieve and start focusing more on parents. This can have a detrimental affect on their advancement during camp and may even cause unnecessary injuries.
Are lunches provided?
Lunch is NOT provided by camp. Campers need to bring their own lunch every day.
OGC provides a snack in the morning and in the afternoon. Campers will need to bring a water bottle.
Is there a sleep over?
Yes, on the next to last day of camp, there will be a pizza party and sleep over. OGC will provide pizza for the party and breakfast the next morning on last day of camp.
However, this is subject to change and cancellation because of situations or circumstances beyond our control.
(2019 Summer there will NOT be a sleep-over in Houston and Jacksonville Camp and the Pizza party will be conducted during lunch on the 4th day of camp)
What do I need to bring?
Every day you should bring your own lunch.
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