Gymnasts were put to the test last Saturday when they performed in front of a judge in a bid to pass their respective levels.
Ranging from level one to five, the Busselton gymnasts had worked over the past term on skill levels which were appropriate for their age, strength and abilities.
The judging was performed by Jazz Attack head coach Chantelle Rice who gave fair and comparative scores to students who took part in the testing.
Rice has been a coach for the past 20 years - was on the Olympic training squad for gymnastics - and has also has competed on the world stage including China and New Zealand,
She said she was proud of the student’s efforts who showed commitment, were well groomed and worked hard on their skills over the term.
Jazz Attack are growing their gymnastics club and would like to find new members who are keen to pursue more than a recreational program.
The school provides classes for students aged from two to 18 years, at all levels including those who would like to participate in recreational classes, squad classes or for children living with disabilities.
For more information about joining gymnastics contact Jazz Attack on 9751 5599 or visit the website jazzattack.com.au.