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The Conley Recreation Center has been the KiDsGyM USA® training center for 36 years. The Center is located in downtown College Park. The address is 3636 College Street, College Park 30337.

The schedule, description and cost of classes is available below. We provide 8-9-week sessions per season: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall 1 and Fall 2. Each session is made up of one class per week. The fees are assessed accordingly.

Fall 2 '23 Session Pricing (Per 9 Week Session)

Session Dates: October 9 - December 16

There will be no classes on Saturday, December 2.

There are no classes during the holiday break: November 20-25.

*Pricing will be adjusted for Saturday participants at registration.

Wiggle Worms $122

Mighty Mites Sessions $162

Super Mites Sessions $162

DynoMites Sessions $162

Tumblin' Titans Sessions $162

Fall 2 registration is now OPEN!

See the Fall 2 2023 class schedule here.

Register for KiDsGyM USA® classes here.

To quickly find all available classes in your child's age group, search the name of the class in the registration portal. Classes are listed on the schedule linked above.

For questions regarding registration, feel free to call or email us at 770.306.0389 or


KiDsGyM USA® pioneered preschool gymnastics in 1980. Our evidenced-based curriculum is designed to strengthen gross motor, cognitive and socio-emotional development in children, between 12 months and 6 years, using physical exercise in the form of gymnastics. Through this Program we enhance school readiness skills.

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Flippin' for Life is an early intervention and prevention youth development program uniquely designed for adolescents and teens to get them moving, build their confidence, and increase self-esteem. KiDsGyM USA® uses gymnastics to stimulate participation in physical activity and teach the fundamentals used for any sport.


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Charlyn Harper Brown, Ph.D.

Center for the Study of Social Policy

“Through the unique brand of gymnastics training and experience provided by Mr. Campbell, my son, Rembert, grew in self-confidence; in his ability to receive and follow instructions from an adult; in his understanding of how to work effectively with children both his age and older; and in his appreciation of the concept of self-mastery of a skill.”

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