Girls Developmental Teams

Compulsory Teams

Level 3
Level 4
Level 5

Optional Teams

Level 6
Level 7
Levels 8-10

Our Success is in our Culture

At AGI we are committed to the principles of Positive Coaching and against a “win-at-all- cost” mentality. Our Team Coaching Staff aim to be Double-Goal Coaches, who strive to win, while also pursuing the more-important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.

AGI was founded on the belief that gymnastics is not only the root of all sports, but is a vehicle by which we can teach skills and values that will last a lifetime and assist in the development of every athlete in our program. Gymnastics, when properly taught within a positive and healthy gym culture, can be the catalyst for a productive life, while at the same time instilling lifetime knowledge of the benefits of physical fitness. No better foundation can be laid for an athlete than one built upon the tenets of gymnastics at AGI. 

A Track Record of Success Since 2015

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State All-Around Champions
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State Individual Event Champions
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Regional Individual Event Champions
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National TOPs Qualifiers

The Big 6:
Building Champions of Character

Hardwork

Accountability

Seflessness

Fearlessness

Humility

Discipline

USAG Compulsory Levels 3-5

These levels are progressive in nature, building upon the skills required at the previous level. Competitive opportunities are provided up to and including the USA Gymnastics Illinois State Championships.

USAG Optional Levels 6-8

Levels 6-8 marks the transition into upper level gymnastics. While these levels still have some compulsory elements, called “special requirements” , routines are individualized for the first time. Each of these levels have difficulty restrictions. At level 8, compositional requirements also come into play. These levels have competitive opportunities up to and including the State and Regional Championships. 

USAG Optional Levels 9-10

Levels 9 & 10 are the highest levels gymnasts may achieve within the USA Gymnastics Developmental Program. while Level 9 has some difficulty restrictions, Level 10 does not. Both levels are evaluated via fulfillment of special requirements and compositional requirements.Additionally, the levels may build score potential with Bonus combinations and, at level 10 E-Level difficulty skills. Level 9 athletes have additional opportunities to compete at the Eastern National Championships, while the Level 10 competitive season culminates at the Women’s Developmental National Championships,