Frequently Asked Questions
Great question! GamePoint Athletics is founded, owned, and operated by a Christian family. We operate our business for anyone interested in great athletics and sports. As such, it is not part of our programming or curriculum to teach Christianity. We hope every client, regardless of their religious or non-religious views, is completely satisfied with an excellent service, and feels they are treated with the utmost respect and dignity. We love celebrating the freedom we have to openly practice our faith in any arena of our great country. As a business enterprise, this really means joyfully serving others, treating all people with compassion, fairness, and integrity always, having organic faith-based conversation, or perhaps an occasional prayer for a lesson or activity to go well.
We will sometimes offer drinks and snacks, but not always. Please be sure your child is hydrated and ready to participate. If you are concerned about food allergies, we will gladly work with you! We promise to be a nut-free zone. Please document food specifics on your registration form. We recommend that your child bring a water bottle to class each week.
Please have your child wear closed-toe sneakers, and comfortable “play clothes” that can get sweaty, muddy, and grass-stained! No cleats please. Children with improper shoes (flip-flops, heels, sandals, cleats, open toes, etc.) may not be able to participate in all activities.
Yes! Tim has several years of experience teaching adaptive P.E. classes. Because each child is unique, please contact Tim before completing registration to talk specifics. We will want to make sure we can serve your family well, and will work with you to write a specific adaptive plan for you to consider. Tim can be reached at email@example.com or 571-420-2104.
Yes! We do plan to use the media we capture at class on our website and in our promotional materials. If you would prefer not to have your child photographed, please contact us in advance.
Parents may receive a 100% refund of registration costs for each unit up to 1 month (or 30 days) before that unit of classes begin. Please be sure to complete a dated class withdrawal form in writing to receive a full refund.
If less than 1 month (or 30 days) remain before a unit begins, or if a student withdraws in the middle of a unit, we are unable to offer a refund for that unit.
There will be a $25 cancellation fee for students who were enrolled in a recurring payment system, such as the semester or school year program.
We regret that we are unable to offer make-up classes at this time. There is no reimbursement of registration fees for missed classes. Individual class registration fees will be reimbursed or prorated only in the event of an unforeseen weather closure or class cancellation by instructor.