PREMIER COMPLEX DIVISIONAL
Premier Complex offers 3 different competition experiences for our athletes.
Midwest Amateur Gymnastic Association (MAGA TEAM) competition follows the NFHS rule book and is for all levels of gymnastics. This class is an option after passing through preteam. This option has teams that will be decided in August by skill level and ability to score for the team. This season runs September 1st through March 31st. Team members are high recommended to train year round in some capacity but only required to train during the season. This is our largest focus for our teams. Both gym locations.
MAGA REGISTRATION ONLINE DUE AUGUST 12TH.
Amateur Athletic Union (AAU TEAM) follows the USAG rule book and we start with Xcel Bronze and compete through the open optional level. Gymnasts in preteam are allowed to compete Xcel at the end of Winter Session. This is also a great program to begin with leading up to the USAG program. We compete this from January through July. This program competes all the way through a national level. We only require that the athletes compete through the state meet & choose if they want to continue on. Both gym locations.
USA gymnastics will offer levels 7 through 10 for the Junior Optional program. This is for the atheletes that are interested in fully devoting their time to gymnastics with plans to continue with the sport after high school. This option is year round gymnastics training & requires maximum training hours. The athletes that compete levels 7-10 will need to do a test in/petition in to the USAG level 7 before beginning if they have not successfully competed the levels 4-6. Clear Lake Gym only.
USA GYMNASTIC WEBSITE
Athletes interested in trying out for or competing on our teams please email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up skill assessment with one of our staff members or call Dianne at 1-651-398-5911.
PREMIER COMPLEX GYMNASTICS SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
Submit the following by March 1st of senior year
email@example.com for email submissions
PCG PO Box 265, Clear Lake Wi 54005 for mail in submissions
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATIONAL CHECKLIST
1: Personal Information, including name, address, email address and phone
2: Educational High School or Institution Information and official transcript
3: Participation in competitive program of Premier Complex Gymnastics through graduation
4: Top four accomplishments outside of gymnastics
5: Personal essay on ethics and how gymnastics helped shape this. 200 word maximum
6: Essay about your experience in gymnastics and how it affected your life, the challenges & rewards it brought and how it will have prepared you for the future ahead. 500 word maximum
7: Acceptance letter from your higher educational institution (if undecided and a scholarship is awarded, payment will be made after acceptance and registration information is provided)
8: Letter of recommendation from your mentor, high school counselor, or home school accreditation advisor
9: Letter of recommendation from an athletic coach
10: If you were a coach, number of years and level of skill coached