Levels: Pre-Team through Elite: Hills Gymnastics offers all levels of competition within the Women's Artistic programs of USA Gymnastics (USAG). All athletes are required to be members of the USAG Junior Olympic Program and their families are required to join the Hill's Angels Parents Association (HAPA).

Hills Gymnastics competitive teams have consistently been in the top 3 at the state level. The Level 10 team program has been the state champion for 15 of the past 16 years. Hills Gymnastics was named the USA Gymnastics 2012 Junior Olympic National Club of the Year for their excellence this season. Hills Gymnastics was also named the 2012 Maryland State Club of the Year and the 2012 Region Seven Club of the Year. Please click here to read the nomination letter from the MDUSAG State Chairman: Maryland USAG nominates Hill Gymnastics


2017 Collegiate Showcase Registration Form

2017 Collegiate Showcase Athlete Profile Form

Showcase is FULL! Excepting waitlist only as of May 3.

Hill's Angels Parents Association (HAPA):

Hill's Angels Parents Association (HAPA) is a non-profit organization that financially supports all levels of the Competitive Team program of Hill's Gymnastics Training Center.

Maryland Classic Invitational:

Maryland Classic is an invitational competition for all Junior Olympic levels hosted annually by HAPA. Maryland Classic is held each year over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend. For more information see MD Classic in the HAPA section of this website.

Mason Dixon League:

Participants in Hills Gymnastics Advanced class program have the option to compete in the Mason Dixon League. The Mason Dixon League is a competitive league in Maryland and Virginia that allows gymnasts to compete in a fun, recreational setting. This program involves less commitment and less practice time in the gym. Our Advanced class students have the skills needed to compete in this league. There are additional fees for students that participate in the Mason Dixon League. If you wish to compete in the Mason Dixon League, you may choose the two day or three day option in the Advanced Class. If you chose to become a part of the competitive Mason Dixon season, in order to compete, you must re-enroll in the Advanced Class throughout the season. Competitions are held December through May.


Hills Gymnastics Scholar Athlete History:



Katy Dodds - Maryland
Kytra Hunter - Florida
Miranda Jarvis - Eastern Michigan
Corrie Lothrop - Utah
Katie Rodgers - Brown



Maddie Merriams - Penn State
Nina Lachewitz - Wilson



Alexa Banda - Southern Connecticut
Danae Johnson - Rutgers
Zoya Johnson - North Carolina
Kareen Kaveh - Auburn
Allyson Sandusky - Auburn
Amy Vanella - Pittsburg



Karla Bercaw - William & mary
Jennifer Iovino - Alabama
Kelsey McDermid - Maryland



Danielle Bryan - Pittsburg
Teri Cole Diamond - North Carolina
Alise McDonald - Towson
Brittany Morgan - Arizona


Anya Chayka - Pittsburg
Monica Goldblatt - William & mary
Corey Hartung - Florida
Courtney Kupets - Georgia
Cassie Martin - Alabama



Kara Dewhurst - IUP
Ashley Kupets - Georgia



Anna Binstock - Cornell
Anne McPherson - Yale
Glyn Sweets - Stanford



Janice Blackistone - Rutgers
Elise Ray - Michigan
Jamie Schell - Arizona



Erinn Dooley - Florida
Rachel Edelsen - Ithica
Robin Phelps - Stanford
Lindsey Wing - Stanford



Mara McDermott - UC Davis



Reagan Thomasek - Alabama



Miriam Pourshoushtari - Minnesota
Wendy Wheaton - New Hampshire



Maryann Esposito - Florida
Heather Fahey - Penn State
Betsy Hernandez - JMU
Shelly Hernandez - Maryland



Larissa Fountaine - Stanford



Dominique Dawes - Maryland
Umme Salim - West Virginia



Kim Heyns - Towson



Erin Knight - Maryland



Tandy Knight - Towson

International Competitions:


Dominique Dawes - 1992 - 1996 - 2000
Elise Ray - 2000
Courtney Kupets - 2004
Corrie Lothrop - 2008 (alternate)

World Championships

Dominique Dawes - 1992 - 1993 - 1994 - 1996
Elise Ray - 1999
Courtney Kupets - 2002 - 2003
Larissa Fountaine - 1994