About MAG

Our Mission

We exist to make a positive difference in the lives of our students. Our goal is to develop happy, healthy and confident children. We believe that gymnastics training is the best way to achieve the physical and emotional wellbeing of children. We will strive for excitement, quality, and innovation in every program that we offer and we will provide programs directed toward building and supporting the aspirations and abilities of our students.

MAG History

Michigan Academy of Gymnastics has become known throughout the gymnastics community as a quality training facility for the highly competitive team program as well as providing outstanding programs in the developmental and recreational programs for physical education. Michigan Academy of Gymnastics has outgrown two facilities in 30+ years! Our program was incorporated in August 1978 and our first gym was opened in Garden City o­n October 1, 1978. Our second gym opened in Westland o­n Hix Road in December of 1986. Our present gym opened in June of 1994, next to our previous gym. The Westland gym has grown into a complete modern training center for boys and girls gymnastics with the ability to host high level regional training camps and clinics.

 

Michigan Academy branched out with an additional gym in Ann Arbor. Michigan Academy of Gymnastics purchased Not Just Gymnastics in Ann Arbor in 1989. Michigan Academy has promoted the same philosophy in the Ann Arbor facility, as in the Westland gym. The staff’s of both gyms receive the same training. Our goal with both of the gyms is to promote continuity and working together for a common purpose. The competitive teams of Michigan Academy of Gymnastics have won numerous team and individual awards.

 

Michigan Academy of Gymnastics competes in State, Regional and National level meets through USA Gymnastics, AAU, and United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs organizations. Participation in invitational meets throughout the United States and Canada.

 

Many alumni of Michigan Academy of Gymnastics have gone o­n to attend college as a result of their gymnastics abilities. Michigan Academy has had gymnasts o­n the following women’s collegiate teams:

  • Ohio State University
  • Michigan State
  • University of Iowa
  • Central Michigan
  • Western Michigan
  • United States Naval Academy
  • United States Air Force Academy
  • Kings College of New York
  • University of Rhode Island

 

M.A.G. has had gymnasts o­n the following men’s collegiate teams:

  • University of Michigan
  • United State Military Academy at West Point
  • United States Air Force Academy