My daughter has attended Chelle Stack's gymnastics for three years. She is a team member and enjoy's attending this facility. Just like any business you sign up to attend you are required to sign a commitment. Any business owner would be silly not to have a payment authorization on file. I believe the reason Chelle has the payment agreement and 30 day drop notice requirement is that she holds a childs place in the enrolled class until she receives it. Thus, there are only a certain amount of spaces available for each class so if someone else is turned away due to maximum enrollment she is losing students. I am sure anyone that has owned a business would understand the policy. All policies are in writing and a parent is required to sign them upon registration. The forms are very clear about the policies. It is always good to read what you sign to avoid miscommunication later. Unfortunately it has been hard for Chelle to keep teachers due to college schedules. She is always open to any suggestions or recommendations that are realistic. It is definately not her wish to have such a high turnover. Chelle does have the interest of the children in mind but as an owner she unfortunately get's distracted with business situations. With all that said, I recommend Chelle Stack's gymnastics to anyone interested in having a positive experience. Read the agreements you sign. All she asks is that you hold up your end of the agreement. The grass is not always greener.
Posted: 6/11/2008 • Link to this review