Hochberg Academy

   Gymnastic  Boarding  School

Psychomotor Development Skills Program

This program is designed for children from 3 to 6 years old, or for those who have never realized a formal sport, or wish to explore different forms of gymnastics. Emphasis is on coordination that helps neurological development.

Recreational Gymnastics

In any of the different modalities we teach at our academy, a student can choose the recreation program. This program is technically identical to competitive programs however, the methodological goals are different. In recreation the main goals are: well being, self esteem, promoting sports culture, no formal competitions, but some exhibitions are held.

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

The most popular of all of the three programs we offer, recreational, competitive low level and high level Competitive Woman's Artistic Gymnastics.

High Level Gymnastics

This program is only offered in the modality at our Sports Boarding School. Different from our other programs offered in this Academy sucg as The Recreation Progra, The Development of Psychomotor Skills, and Lower Level Competitive Gymnastics, the minimum age for our High Level Gymnastics is 9 years. There are two modalities, partial and full boarding.  If you are interested in this program please request an appointment for more information regarding academic curriculum and costs. Please contact us via phone at 011 52 444 101 91 31 or email us at hoch.academy@gmail.com .


Acrobatic Gymnastics

Acrobatic Gymnastics or Acro for short is more popular every day, practiced in both female  and/or male pairs or mixed pairs, also in groups or three or Quintets. Very popular in the USA as well as in Europe.  Currently practiced in important international Acrobatic competitions world wide.

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic Gymnastics is characterized  as being the most glamorous form of gymnastics. For its level of style, combined with the elegance of each athlete it has won a predominant place in the Olympics. Gymnasts participate with hoop, ball, ribbon, and rope.

Equestrian Vaulting or Voltige

Very popular in Europe, USA and Canada as well as in some countries in Latin America Equestrian Vaulting is defined as Acrobatic and Artistic gymnastics that is performed on horseback. Athletes perform while the horse walks, trots and gallops in a circle. The vaulter or gymnast performs his or her routine accompanied by music, participates can perform individually, in pairs, and in a team with a maximum  of seven vaulters or gymnasts.

Horse Back Archery

Horseback Archery is a very old sport, which has maintained its tradition practiced in Europe, Asia, and North America. It combines equestrian dexterity and skills of archery with the ability of vaulting.  One of the oldest practices that were part of the training of ancient armies. Today it is a highly dynamic sport that brings together young and old all in the same event.  

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Advantages  of our Sports Boarding School

Boarding students quickly learn how to perform many chores and tasks of school completely by themselves. They become experts in managing their time, money, and resources. These students mature quickly and tend to be very independent and go on with great success in college and in life.

Less Distractions
Boarding students can better focus on their studies and in their sports program because, television, video games, celular phones and other distractions are limited. These young studious gymnasts generally perform better academically, because they live in an environment that is conducive to learning; and are also immersed in what they love, gymnastics. This is a very demanding sport and requires a lot of attention, perseverance, and a start at a very early age.

Cultural diversity
Our students in boarding school live and attend classes with people of different cultures.  Therefore, they learn to appreciate and to respect differences between each other and to live amicably. Some may even learn the basics of another language as a result of  the friendships they  form.

Development of a more balanced and resolute character.
The student athlete is known for graduating with exceptional character and behavior something central in the practice of gymnastics and in living in a community where traits such as honesty, respect and hard work are valued. These students have a moral advantage and a more balanced self-esteem.

Training  Activities

Our students in boarding school are continually exposed to a wide ranges of activities to widen their learning in a holistic environment where they participate in diverse activities such as organic small scale gardening, clean energy, and various techniques for well being.

Language Development.
Students whose first language is not English, or who do not speak Spanish can often communicate effectively in two semesters through language immersion. Those who stay at the boarding school for at least three years are bilingual, which means they can read, write, and speak both languages.

Bilingual students have a valuable skill that gives them a significant advantage in the national and international workforce, above all for athletes of international stature. Gymnasts have also demonstrated that they generally score better on standardized tests and demonstrate a greater ability to solve problems.