National Gymnastics Association

Parents & Guardians

NGA Parents & Guardians

FREE—PARENTS & GUARIDANS Education & Wellness Summit

NGA Education & Wellness Summit—FREE

NGA recognizes the hard-working parents and guardians who, on a daily basis, bring their athletes to training, competitions, and gymnastics events.

We offer many FREE seminars for our parents and participation-type sessions for their athletes at our NGA Annual Education & Wellness Summit. We ask all parents and athletes to register in advance to obtain the credentials necessary for admission to these wonderful educational sessions.


Seniors Recognition

Senior Recognition

As a parent or guardian of a gymnast, you understand how hard and diligent they work to achieve in their beloved sport.

NGA recognizes each year, the graduating Men and Women Seniors of our organization. First, yeah!—they made it through high school! Now on to their chosen field of study at a higher education facility, a technical school or the military.

Please complete the “Class Of” portal with your graduating senior so we can let the gymnastics world know about this great achievement.

Each Senior will be recognized at their Regional Zone Championships and at the National Championships. If your athlete is unable to attend these competitions, NGA’s website will display these wonderful Seniors until the next year.

Congratulations, Seniors!

Positive Coaching Alliance—Podcasts

Child abuse and neglect are preventable. Certain factors may affect the risk of child abuse and neglect. We must understand and address the factors that put people at risk for or protect them from violence. We all benefit when children have safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. CDC developed a resource to help communities use the best available evidence to prevent child abuse and neglect. This resource is available in English and Spanish and can impact individual behaviors and relationships, family, community, and societal factors that influence risk and protective factors for child abuse and neglect.

Emotional abuse refers to behaviors that harm a child’s self-worth or emotional well-being. Examples include name-calling, shaming, rejecting, withholding love, and threatening.

Different types of abuse and violence are connected and often share root causes. Child abuse and neglect are linked to other forms of violence through shared risk and protective factors. Addressing and preventing one form of violence may have an impact on preventing other forms of violence.

For further information, please access:

Senior Recognition

    Nominator's Name

    Nominator's Email

    Nominator's Phone

    Graduate's Name

    Graduate's Club & State

    Graduate's Competitive Level

    Post-graduation plans

    Will Graduate attend NGA Nationals?

    Graduate's memorable gymnastics moment

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    Office Hours

    M-F: 10:00am – 3:00pm est


    Mailing address

    PO Box 29078
    Indianapolis, IN 46229

    Main Phone

    (317) 794-0642


    (317) 794-0638
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    (317) 794-0647
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    Women’s Program

    (985) 351-1448
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    Men’s Program

    (480) 326-8877
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    (317) 538-1409
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