Gymnasts in CCP 1* and CCP 2* are judged on all 4 events by a panel of judges and are given a score out of 10 based primarily on technical execution. Athletes in these levels are often not ranked and instead receive awards depending on their individual score; scores under 8 receiving bronze, scores between 8.0 and 8.99 receiving silver and scores 9.0 and over receiving gold. All gymnasts receive a ribbon for each event as well as their earned all-around medal. Gymnasts in CCP 3 and up are judged on all 4 events by a panel of judges and are given a score out of 10 based on technical execution, meeting specific requirements and general artistic quality. Athletes in these levels are ranked in their respective category (age and level), with the top 3 scoring athletes receiving medals and 4th-8th or 10th receiving ribbons for all 4 events (vault, bars, beam and floor) as well as all-around. While gymnasts are not guaranteed to receive an award, most girls see it as a reason to work even harder to continue to improve their skills.
* At select competitions and the Compulsory Provincial Championships, CCP 1-2 gymnasts who are born in or before 2016 will be scored and ranked similar to CCP 3 and up. All gymnasts born in 2017 or later are not ranked.
Gymnasts in the competitive program must attend the Kelowna Invitational (hosted by Synergy in February), the Fun In The Sun Invitational (hosted by Synergy in June) as well as Provincial Championships if they qualify. Gymnasts have the option of choosing/attending 2-6 additional meets throughout the year, some of which require out of town travel. Additionally Gymnasts who qualify for Provincial Championships, BC Winter Games and Western Championships through excellent performance at qualifying competitions are required to attend.