Weather Policy!


  Recreation Classes in the Churchville Rec Center will follow Harford County school closings that are due to INCLEMENT WEATHER! 

Details click here

 This is true for Inclement Weather Only!!  

*Classes closed for weather are made up at the end of the session!

  Winter 2014


  Level 7 girls huddle before their meet in Florida.  (Sand Dollar 2014)

 

Having fun in Florida. And just a little showing off! Typical for our girls!


 Molly and Anna hanging out. Friends!

Level 7's in Florida at Sand Dollar Meet

Level 4's at Shore Meet in Delaware. Same time as Florida Meet!

  Welcome to ACPR Gymnastics

 
 

 (USAG Member Club)

New Parents click below! 

Parent/athlete Concussion Fact Sheet

 

 

Jordyn's Story

One of our Team girls, level 8, has had a challenging last season with her health and is doing great now!  Read the Jordyn Ray Story taken from the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology Annual report. Jordyn, beginning her second season at level 8 scored a 36.35AA at her last meet. See Article (page 10)

 

   Parents, a new season is upon us! So, what are the responsibilities of parents, and of the coaches?

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.

i wish some parents would really understand this, as their child would certainly find more successes if she were pursuing her own dreams.

Mr. Steve

 

Nancy   Article

 

ACPR was proud to host the Maryland Level 4 State Championships on April 5 and 6, 2014. Approximately 300 girls competed over the weekend. Results of the competition is below.

Level 4 State Meet Results

 

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Spring 2014 Recreation classes

   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.  Level 8's at State Meet

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

 

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