What to expect during class at Buckeye: Gymnastics is still gymnastics even under Covid-19. Cartwheels, handstands, walking on the 4-inch-wide beams, bouncing on the trampolines and learning cheers are still what we do at Buckeye. We just do them a little differently. The teachers wear masks as do all adults in the gym, we maintain 6’ distancing, and the kids will sanitize their hands after every events. Classes are smaller and the equipment is disinfected after every class. While the weather is nice the doors remain open and the HVAC units keeps the gym cool. When the weather gets cold our bipolar ionization units will rid the air in the gym of bacteria and viruses including the Covid-19 virus. Buckeye follows or exceeds all Ohio Department of Health mandates. Find complete details on our home page at “Covid-19 Safety Measures”. Click on “What to expect during class at Buckeye” on the pull-down menu.
Tumble for Cheer
We start with the basics such as handstands and cartwheels and then we build toward Back Handsprings.
Buckeye has been teaching Back Handsprings and higher level cheer skills for over 30 years.
Whether you are just starting or ready to start twisting we have a Tumble for Cheer class for you.
Buckeye Cheer Stars
No Auditions. October – March.
The Buckeye Cheer Stars is a beginning level cheer team for those looking for an introduction to competition cheerleading.
We group the girls by age and ability when the teams are formed. Then the girls work to learn cheers, tumbling, lifts, and formations as they create and learn their routine.
Starting in December or January the girls will begin competing in Central Ohio. Expect 3-4 competitions with at least one major competition to conclude the season.
Combine gymnastics, martial arts, trampoline, Parkour, obstacle courses, climbing ropes, and nets and what do you get? Buckeye Warriors! That’s what.
This hugely popular programs packs all these elements into a structured program that builds strength, skill and confidence for boys and girls. Students will build their individual skills each week and then demonstrate Warrior Mastery in a series of Warrior Obstacle Course Races several times each year.