Important Weather Closing Notice for Saturday and Sunday, January 30 and 31. All Classes are cancelled this weekend since all school activities are cancelled in Harford county.
Should the building remain closed on Monday, a notice will be posted here!!
Yes, We are running the 23rd annual Fantasy Invitational again this year on Feb 27 and 28, 2016. Click below for more information! It is a great opportunity to prepare for States!
There are still space available in this meet as of Jan 21, 2016. Check it out!
2016 Fantasy Invitational Information
Registration forms for Winter classes are here!!
Click below for forms! Credit Cards can now be accepted at in-Gym Registration
Winter 2016 Recreation Classes(PDF)
Drop off at building or mail in!
New Parents click below!
Parent/athlete Concussion Fact Sheet
One of our Team girls, now level 9, has had a great level 8 season last year after serious health issues and is continuing to do great now! Read the Jordyn Ray Story taken from the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology Annual report. See Article (page 10)
Parents primary responsibility is to support their athlete, to keep her healthy, happy and ready for her to take the time in her training for her sport. Also, the hard one, to supoort her unconditionally regardless if she is performing perfectly or not at competitions, or taking first places or not. It is the coaches job to direct the technical training of the athlete, to encourage her when she iis down, and to pick her up and get her on track when she needs it. Also, to keep her safe in her pursuit of excellence.
It is the athlete's job to love her sport, to give it her all to it and to work respectfully and hard in pursuit of her goals. It is HER job to push herself, to have the heart to accept defeat only as a challenge and to go forward. Every champion has this! No one can give that to her, it comes from inside.
ACPR girl scores 10.00!!!
Check out the scoreboard below! One of the ACPR level 3 girls, Aspen, received this score at a big invitational meet.
It was in Sandusky, Ohio, at the Luau in Leos Meet. Approximately 4000 girls competed, but only one received a 10.00 for her performance!!!Ccongratulations Aspen on a unbelievable and memorable performance on floor!!!
Aspen is the first ever to receive a 10.00 score at the Luau in Leos meet, one of the largest competitions in the United States!!!!
Aspen went on to her state meet in Maryland, and also scored a perfect 10.00 on Floor! Maryland Judges indicated that they Didn't remember a 10.00 score in any Maryland State Meet in at least 35 years! Congratulations Aspen!!
Weather closing details click here!
ACPR has been teaching young people Gymnastics since 1967. Our competitive teams were the first in Harford County starting in 1978. With over 800 recreational and 100 competitive team gymnasts, we offer a wide range of quality gymnastics experiences for Harford County children. Our talented, experienced staff of 15 gymnastic professionals bring fun, challenges and their love of the sport to every class they teach. No matter the age of the child, ACPR classes offer structured, age appropriate, instruction in vaulting, bars, beam And floor exercise (the Olympic womens gymnastics events) as well as tumbling and trampoline.
Abigail, Maggie, Jordyn, Erin, Bethany, Kaitlyn and Tiahna at Level 8 State Meet!
Molly and Anna at level 8 at State Meet
Churchville Recreation Center, Home of ACPR Gymnastics
Some of our team girls at Terps Camp in December, 2014!!
ACPR Gymnastics Uses Protect Youth Sports Background Screening for all our Staff!