Enrollment is ongoing for Gizmo, Flipo, and Ninja classes. You may enroll at any time using your online parent portal account or call 406-728-0908
Once enrolled, your child will AUTOMATICALLY be enrolled in the next session(s) until you set a class drop date in the customer portal or notify the front office staff of your desire to drop your child from class. The duration of each session is 4 weeks long, not per month. We process tuition on the 22nd of the month prior to the upcoming session.
You can access this information in your Customer Portal (button at the top of the page). If you do not have a Customer Portal, you may create one here on our website by clicking on the Customer Portal button. Once you are in the portal you may search for classes, camps, specialty clinics or enroll in Family Funtime.
Every spring, Mismo sets a date for team skill evaluations? All enrolled Flipo 2 and Flipo 3 athletes are invited to participate in the skill evaluations. The team coaching staff runs these evaluations at a scheduled day and time. An email will be sent to the families who are eligible for the skill evaluation. The team staff will then evaluate your athlete and recommend where your athlete should be placed for the next season.
Team selections and contracts are distributed in July/August with a contract submission deadline. Joining the team after the deadline for the season will require an additional fee to join the team. See contracts for specific details.
Being a member of the team is an annual commitment. If your athlete is on the Mismo Gymnastics Tea, be prepared for them to attend practice all year long and travel during the competition season (typically December through March or April depending upon competition level). Being a part of the Mismo team requires your athlete to practice no less than 6 hours a week. Your athlete must compete to be a part of the Mismo Gymnastics Team Program.
Mismo team members will be billed for tuition as well as competition fees for each season. Tuition is billed per session and is based on how many hours the athlete trains per week. The duration of each session is 4 weeks long, not per month.
Competition fees are additional mandatory costs for team members in addition to tuition. These fees cover the competition event registration fees and coaching staff fees for each competition. Competition fees are divided into 5 monthly installments beginning in August each year.
Additional items such as national membership, practice gear, competition gear, warm-ups, choreography, music, team & individual photographs, banquet etc. may be billed extra.
No, Travel, food and lodging planning and expenses for your family and your athlete is your individual responsibility. Competition fees cover the competition event registration fee for your athlete as well as coaching staff fees for each competition.
Yes, the GBC is a separate fundraising organization used by all three of Mismo's competitive teams (Cheer, Dance and Gymnastics) to raise funds to help pay for competition fees, gear, tuition, etc. each season and is led by a board of volunteer team parents. Participation in fundraising events is optional for team families and is not required. GBC board member contact information can be obtained from the Mismo front office team. The GBC board retains all details concerning upcoming fundraisers.Any amount that is fundraised will be paid to Mismo and applied to your account balance. The funds cannot be used for anything other than your costs that are paid directly through or to Mismo. However, you must participate in the fundraising to receive any benefits from the GBC. The GBC offers several fundraisers throughout the year to help cover the cost of gymnastics and a very limited amount of scholarships are available on an as-needed basis. Please reach out to the GBC board for more information if you have questions, the office staff is not privy to the details of each department's fundraising.
The number of required meets will vary based on the level of your athlete. Each season a competition packet will be created for each level with details of each meet location and date.
Yes, typically each athlete can bring 2 spectators (often more than 2 are allowed) to each event. Each event host sets their own spectator admission rates and limitation policies.
Adding additional meets to a season schedule is at the discretion of the team director. Details will be provided in a timely manner to all team families when a cancelation or an addition of a competition event occurs mid season.