We LOVE Emerald Academy! My granddaughter has been going since she was about 18 months and in Mommy &amp; Me classes. She LOVES the staff and loves the owner Wilma. Emerald Academy is a very positive, clean, nurturing facility with very caring staff. Everyone is very friendly and seem to be concerned with not only the growth of their own students but of ALL the students i The staff is VERY knowledgable and very well trained. Wilma (the owner) puts safety first which shows in her choice of highly trained individuals. The staff even receives continuing training thru a newly hired training coach of their own! So, yes, we would definately recommend this facilty and hope you will go by and see it for yourself! It's amazing!
My three daughters started gymnastics at the Emerald Academy and my daughters and I absolutely love this place. It is the cleanest gym we have ever been into, and the staff and owner really do show compassion for the kids and really do a good job with interacting with us parents and making sure all our needs are met and any questions we have are answered. And it keeps getting better, they are all the time finding ways to improve the facility and having fun events for my daughters to come to. One of my daughters attended the summer fun camp they offered, and loved it. I would highly recommend this gym to anyone who has children that want join a fun, safe, and affordable recreational program.
I enrolled my little one n she loves it here. This is a great place n the reason/story behind it is amazing and very touching. I have only 2complaints. 1 is everyone is nice but sometimes the owner seems ungreatful as if as long she is getting paid shes happy she just doesnt say thank u or act like she cares to much... And 2 they have classes to where the bigger girls are in the gym the same time little ones are so they r getting distracted n not paying attention to their coach... They need to get a wall dividing classes or change times or something so what we parents are paying for our children dont have the chance to be distracted by the other classes n children