Spring session registration is underway now! We have spots available and would LOVE for you to attend a TRIAL class. You can begin classes at any age, any skill level, and whenever you’re schedule allows. You CAN begin classes even after the start date.Read More ›
❄️ Due to the weather, Gem City will NOT hold classes or practices on Saturday, January 19. Please be safe and stay warm!Read More ›
The gym is closed on Tuesday, January 15 for all classes and team practices. Our policy states that when Quincy Public Schools close due to bad weather we also close.Read More ›
Gem City is proud to announce that we are participating in the 2019 Souper Bowl of Caring! The local charities benefiting directly from donations are: Quanada, Horizons Social Services, Luther Memorial Church, Quincy IL, Lutheran Church of St. John, and Quincy Catholic Charities. Collection bins will be available in our lobby January 15 - February 4.Read More ›
Quincy's premier gymnastics, tumbling, and all star cheer facility
Our gym is a 16,000 square foot air-conditioned facility with AAI equipment. Plus, Gem City offers the area’s only in-ground foam training pit – measuring 24 feet x 22 feet!
2010 Jennifer Lane, Quincy, IL 62301
Gem City is east of Quincy University‘s North Campus on North 18th and Seminary Road. Just follow Seminary Road east until it turns into Jennifer lane and look for the red awning—that’s Gem City!
Our Mission Statement
Our goal at Gem City Gymnastics and Tumbling, LLC is to provide every child with a healthy and positive environment for personal achievement in gymnastics, tumbling, and cheer. With a professionally trained staff, we strive to grant every child equal opportunities in the sport of gymnastics, tumbling, and cheer. Safety is a number one priority at Gem City Gymnastics and Tumbling, LLC. Our staff are trained so that every parent can feel at ease when they place their children in one of our programs. We also make it our priority to help every child work toward achieving one of their personal goals before they leave our programs, whether it is in gymnastics or another activity that they are involved.