The level guidelines listed below are recommendations only. Teachers should use their discretion when placing students in Acro levels. Parents unsure of where to place their child should consult their teacher for a recommendation. Class levels are determined by skill level, as well as age. It is recommended students not be placed in a level above their ability. If you’re not sure, always place your student in the level based on their weakest Acro skill.
This level is designed for beginner level students. Students should be developing and may be able to execute the following skills: Handstands (against wall), Cartwheel, Bridge, Baby Scorpion and Pre-Splits.
Suggested Minimum Years Training: 1-3
This level is designed for intermediate level students. Students should be able to properly execute: Handstands, One-Handed Cartwheels (R & L), Bridges, Quarter Scorpion and Full Splits.
Suggested Minimum Years Training: 3-5
This level is designed for intermediate/pre-advanced level students. Students should be able to properly execute: Chest Stands, Forearm Stands, Flying Cartwheels, Front & Back Walkovers, Front & Back Limbers, Half Scorpion, Standing Leg Extension and Center and (R/L) Splits.
Suggested Minimum Years Training: 5-7
This level is designed for advanced level students. Students should be able to properly execute: Hand Stand Hold in center, Hand Stand Walking, Side Aerials, Flying Walkovers, Valdez, Back Handsprings, Full Scorpion, Over Splits (Center & R/L).
Suggested Minimum Years Training: 7-10
FLIGHT AcroDance Conventions, LLC. reserves the right to change a participant’s level placement if necessary. Students will not be permitted to participate in skills that are so far above their ability level as to deem them unsafe.
The convention ages listed below are simply guidelines; Studio Owners/Teachers may use their discretion to place their students in the appropriate classroom levels.