About Us

Altadore Gymnastic Club is an organization rich in History, that provides comprehensive recreational and competitive gymnastics for men and women athletes of all ages.


We are a family friendly non-profit gymnastics club where family values, safety, and mental health mean as much as personal success and performance.

In 1967, we were Calgary's first Gymnastics Club. We’ve trained Olympians and pride ourselves in being a fun place to get fit.

AGC has been providing the area with quality gymnastics for over 50 years! We feel that gymnastics is a great medium for teaching your child the strength, coordination, and body awareness that is a must for all other sports. Our programs are designed to safely teach each child at their own age and ability.

Our classes are organized by FUN and CHALLENGING lesson plans which are designed to teach the whole child.

Our 33,000 sq.ft  facility has tons of space for our Preschool, Recreational, and Competitive programs. We run each program by timed rotations so that we are never waiting for open equipment.

Our staff takes pride in providing the cleanest, SAFEST and most organized gymnastics centre in our area.

Looking for a great place to host a Birthday Party in Calgary? Look no further. We have a great party room and fun Coaches who will lead the kids in some fun gym activities before they hit the foam pit! Our facility is also available for private parties and bookings.

Altadore Gymnastic Club is an organization that provides comprehensive recreational and competitive gymnastics for men and women athletes of all ages.

Our History

Altadore Gymnastic Club started at the Altadore School in 1967 by Jim McLuskey. Our Squirrel Mascot is named Jimmy, after Jim.

AGC is proud to be the Home of Lifetime Coach, Ed Vincent.

For over 35 years, Ed has been contributing his talents to our facility and continues to inspire us. Now over 80 years old, you can still see him training at the gym a couple times a week. Ed is the founder of the Men's Program at AGC. Our Men's Program made Canadian History in 2004 when Altadore Athlete Kyle Shewfelt, coached by Kelly Manjek, flipped his way to Gold at the Olympic Games.

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