Badger Gymnastics of Madison Summer Camp

About BGA of Madison Summer Camp:

Welcome to Badger Gymnastics of Madison Summer Camp. We are pumped this summer to spend all 12 weeks in our 12,000 square foot facility and our outdoor camp area with your camper! Activities will include gymnastics, games, obstacle courses, water activities, art projects, messy experiments and more. We will also utilize our large outdoor area for “lot and field” play. Our high energy staffers are ready with themed games and activities for each week of camp. Our co-ed camp is open to children five to thirteen years old. We will conduct twelve, one-week sessions (you may sign up for one, multiple, or all sessions.) 

Registration information: 

Registration for BGA of Madison Summer Camp 2022 opens on January 17th!  You can register and hold your child’s space by registering online to hold your spot with no deposit! If you do not see a registration link in the week of your choice, it means the week is currently full. Feel free to add yourself to a waitlist and we will call or email you as your waitlist request becomes available.

Pricing for camp:

$320 per week, per child

$300 per week for each additional week

Drop-in option:

Unable to attend an entire week of camp? Contact John in our office to discuss options. 608-271-1885 or badgergymnastics@gmail.com.

Do you need child care beyond our camp hours?

Sign up for Extended Care by clicking on the registration link below. Extended Care is charged on a weekly basis based on time spent in Extended Care.

Extended child care hours:  7:30am to 8:00am and/or 3:30pm to 5:30pm

Extended Care cost: $10/hour

Extended Care sibling discount: $8/hour 

Summer Skill Clinics Ages 6+

Open enrollment: April 11, 2022

Have you ever wanted more time to work on your gymnastics skills? Perhaps you’ve always wanted to work on back handsprings, or get that kip on bars! Our Summer Skill Clinics will allow you to choose what category of skill you want to work on. Our instructors will help you progress your skills and set up drills and progressions that will get you closer to your attaining your goals. These clinics are great for skills class gymnasts, team gymnasts and tumblers who want to advance their skills!

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Adult Gymnastics: Ages 18+

Priority enrollment: 

Open enrollment: 

Our adult class is designed for gymnasts or aspiring gymnasts of all ages and ranges in ability. Whether you are looking to get back the skills you once had or are setting a goal to learn something new, Badger Gymnastics is the place for you. Class will begin with a group warm up and stretch. From there our staff will help you safely attain your goals through proper progressions. Gymnastics is a great way to improve your strength, flexibility and over-all fitness level. This class is a combination of instructor-led exercise and personal led exploration on the gymnastics apparatus.

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Junior & Senior High School Workshop: Ages 11-18

Open registration: April 11, 2022

Junior High School Workshop: Ages 11 to 14

The Junior High Workshop is for girls 11 – 14 years of age and is designed for gymnasts who age out of our skills classes or who wish to prepare for high school gymnastics. Gymnasts will have the opportunity to train in our team gym to further their skill set with proper progressions and technique. This class is 1.5 hours long and gymnasts can choose to attend once or twice per week. This class is offered in the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer sessions.

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Senior High School Workshop: Ages 14 to 18

The Senior High Workshop is for girls 14-18 years of age and is designed for gymnasts who participate with their high school gymnastics team. This class is offered in the “off-season” (Fall, Spring and Summer) for athletes to improve their skill, their strength, and their endurance to become better high school athletes. Our coaches will use proper progression and techniques to endure the safety of our athletes. They will also have an understanding of the high school rules and requirements to help gymnasts build season ready routines. It is our goal to physically and mentally train gymnasts to feel prepared as they enter their high school gymnastics season.

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Tumbling Only

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Tumbling is a necessary skill for so many sports. Whether it’s dance, cheer, karate, or other activities, this class will focus on the proper progressions of several tumbling skills.

Tumbling 1 (For beginners) – This class is for students who are just starting their tumbling journey. We will begin with rolls, cartwheels, handstands and round-offs just to name a few skills. We will also focus on strength, body awareness, and flexibility. All of which are necessary for proper gymnastic progression.

Tumbling 2 (Experience required) – No tumbler is too advanced for basics! This class will begin with all of the skills listed in the “Beginner” description, but we will quickly advance to more complex skills. The tumbling progressions we teach will build on each other. Every tumbler must start with a solid foundation in order to progress! Our coaching staff will ensure that each individual is challenged.

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Tots and Tumbleweeds: Ages 1-5

Open enrollment: April 11, 2022

Tots: 1 to 3 year olds

Our Tots program can best be described as “Physical Sesame Street.” Instructors set out to work both gross and fine motor skills as well as balance, flexibility, body awareness, and hand/eye coordination. Parent participation in this class makes it a comfortable first step for your toddler.

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Tumbleweeds: 3 to 5 year olds

Our preschool program, designed for children ages three to five, develops basic gymnastics and movement education using locomotor skills, perceptual motor skills, body awareness, and music movement activities. Each child receives the attention they require with our low five to one student-to-teacher ratio.

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Girls Skills: Ages 6+

Open enrollment: April 11, 2022

Girls Skills Class: Ages 6+

This program, offered to girls ages six and older, is designed to allow orderly progression from beginning to advanced skills by learning and mastering fundamental progressions. We will track your child’s progress to ensure that they are being challenged appropriately. We believe that each child has something to gain by participating in our skills program.

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Tumbling Only

Tumbling Only!

Priority registration:

Open registration:

Tumbling is a necessary skill for so many sports. Whether it’s dance, cheer, karate, or other activities, this class will focus on the proper progressions of several tumbling skills.

Tumbling 1 (For beginners) – This class is for students who are just starting their tumbling journey. We will begin with rolls, cartwheels, handstands and round-offs just to name a few skills. We will also focus on strength, body awareness, and flexibility. All of which are necessary for proper gymnastic progression.

Tumbling 2 (Experience required) – No tumbler is too advanced for basics! This class will begin with all of the skills listed in the “Beginner” description, but we will quickly advance to more complex skills. The tumbling progressions we teach will build on each other. Every tumbler must start with a solid foundation in order to progress! Our coaching staff will ensure that each individual is challenged.

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Tots and Tumbleweeds: Ages 1-5

Open enrollment: April 11, 2022

Tots – Walking 1 and 2 Years Old

Our Tots program can best be described as “Physical Sesame Street.” Instructors set out to work both gross and fine motor skills as well as balance, flexibility, body awareness, and hand/eye coordination. Parent participation in this class makes it a comfortable first step for your toddler.

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Tumbleweeds – 3 to 5 Years Old

Our preschool program, designed for children ages three to five, develops basic gymnastics and movement education using locomotor skills, perceptual motor skills, body awareness, and music movement activities. Each child receives the attention they require with our low five to one student-to-teacher ratio.

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