Our Policies


Our mission at Boston Rhythmic is about “empowering our students to reach beyond what they think is possible” and that “ rhythmic gymnastics is for EVERYBODY”. In creating the following policy surrounding the seriousness of bullying, we hope that all coaches, students, and parents will refer to this in moving forward together, to ensure everyone at Boston Rhythmic is aware of our vision to maintain a safe, fun, and nurturing environment.

– for a complete Anti-Bullying Policy please click here
– to report an incident to our Anti-Bullying Officer, please click here


By signing this release, I acknowledge my understanding and acceptance of the following:

  • That rhythmic gymnastics can result in injury to participants and/or spectators
  • That it is solely my responsibility to consult with my child’s physician and to determine that my child is in good health and good physical and mental condition before permitting my child to participate.
  • That it is my responsibility to provide a safe and supervised exercise space for my child, free of dangers and obstructions.  In the event my child is injured during online rhythmic gymnastics classes, it is solely my responsibility to obtain prompt medical treatment.
  • That rhythmic gymnastics is an active sport which requires strength, agility and concentration and involves twisting, turning, jumping, flexion, extension and rotation, movements which can result in severe, permanent personal injuries, including but not limited to bruising, strained, sprained, or torn muscles, tendons or ligaments, broken bones, derangement or dislocation of joints, paralysis, or death.

I hereby release Boston Rhythmic, Inc., and their owners, instructors, employees, agents and servants (hereafter “Boston Rhythmic”), from any and all liability for personal injury to me and to my child and/or ward before, during and after my child’s participation in Boston Rhythmic Inc. classes, camps, events or other programs whether at a Boston Rhythmic Inc. facilities or elsewhere. On behalf of myself and my child I AGREE to indemnify and hold harmless Boston Rhythmic from any and all claims, demands, costs expense and compensation arising out of the course of, or in any way related to any personal injury to me or to my child.


I understand that by participating in  Boston Rhythmic programs, I am allowing images, audio and video of my child, and of anyone and anything else in range of my camera and microphone, to be shared with class participants and instructors.  

I hereby release Boston Rhythmic from any claims, including but not limited to breach of privacy, which may arise as a result of the use or misuse by third parties of images, videos, or audio obtained from my / my child’s equipment during Boston Rhythmic.

I give permission to Boston Rhythmic to use images, audio, and/or video of my child, individually or in groups, in print or in electronic media (such as the website, brochures, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, etc.), for purposes of marketing.


Boston Rhythmic is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We only have access to/collect information that you voluntarily give us via email or other direct contact from you. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request, [e.g. to ship an order of gymnastics equipment, register a child for competitions, etc].

We use email to communicate with our clients about program details and schedules and share promotions, new products or services.  Therefore, one valid email address is required in each student’s records as long as the student takes classes with us. At all times, via our online records database, you can see what data we have about you, change, correct or delete any such data.

Once you have stopped taking classes, you may opt-out of any future contacts from us at any time by contacting us via email address or phone number.


Fees: Your first month tuition and the registration fee is due upon registration. Your spot is only guaranteed once these fees are paid in full. In most cases, the registration fee is non-refundable. The monthly tuition is due in full, on the first of each month. Each student needs to have a credit card on file and cards will be charged automatically on the 1st of each month. In most cases, camp tuition is due in full the day you register.

Withdrawal: We require a written notice to withdraw from our programs. If you would like to withdraw from our programs, please fill out THIS FORM BEFORE the start of your last month of classes. Your last month tuition is due in full, no prorating, and we need notice BEFORE the month starts. We remove your card information from our files after we charge your last month tuition and all other due charges are paid in full.

For example, if you give a written withdrawal notice on January 10, your last month is February, we will charge your full February tuition on February 1st and your child can continue taking classes to the end of February

We can NOT put tuition “on hold” due to absence, vacations or other reasons – please adhere to the withdrawal policy.

Once you release your spot, it will be offered to other kids. Any make ups need to be scheduled before your last day of classes. Make-ups are NOT transferable to future sessions or other children. Paid fees are not transferable to future sessions or other children.

Refunds: We do not offer any refunds for any reason for all fees paid. There are two exceptions to this rule: If we make a mistake, we will refund you immediately. Also, you can request a FULL REFUND within 24 hours after your first lesson with us, if you feel we are not the right fit for you. After the 24 hour mark from your first lesson, the regular withdrawal policy takes effect (see above).

Discounts: Siblings get 10% discount (from the lower sibling tuition). If you take more than one class, the lower tuition class will receive a `10% multiclass discount.

Make-ups: We try to be as flexible as possible about make-ups and will work with you to resolve most situations. However, to maintain our quality standards, we can only schedule make-ups during classes that have openings. All make-ups should be scheduled BEFORE your last day of classes. Camp days cannot be used as make-ups. Camps are a separate program and should be paid separately. Missed classes cannot be transfered to other children or other sessions. For