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World Class Training

Find out what makes United Sports Academy different. Learn more about us and why we provide world-class gymnastics training and education.


pre-school Classes

Our accredited curriculum has been proven to increase coordination, strengthen skeletal muscles, and build self-confidence in children as young as 18 months old. This is truly a safe and fun-loving approach to the fundamentals of gymnastics and movement education.

Recreational classes

Our Recreational class program is offered for children ages 5 to 18 years of age and is based on age and ability. In these classes, students will improve strength, flexibility, self-awareness, coordination and balance.


Our experienced instructors will fine tune tumbling skills through the use of our state-of-the-art tumble strip and more. Challenging progressions allow for more advance skills.

Ninja Warrior Program

United Sports Academy’s Ninja Warrior program challenges boys and girls to develop strength, agility, and discipline in a fun and exciting way. This program incorporates ninja obstacles as well as gymnastics and conditioning to improve kids’ strength and athleticism.

Open Gym

Do you want to improve on a specific gymnastics skill but just don’t have the time or resources to do so? Invite your friends and join us for 2 hours of fun at United Sports Academy while working on whatever you’d like.

In the Spotlight

Join Us this Weekend at our Annual Janet Rothenberg Memorial

Every year, United Sports Academy hosts a gymnastics competition in honor of a former gymnast, Janet Rothenberg.  Click here to read the article on the Times-Tribune website, and join us for this amazing event!


High School Senior in Junior Olympic Program Receives Athletic Scholarship

Tayler Osterhout, a Level 10 gymnast from United Sports Academy, recently committed to The University of Maryland on a gymnastics athletic scholarship! Click here to read the full article by WNEP news, and Click here to read the article by Maryland Gymnastics.


United Sports Academy Lends a Helping Hand

A United Sports Academy family has opened up their home to two young sisters from the Bahamas who lost their home in Hurrican Dorian.  Click here to read the article on The Times-Tribune website.