OGA provides a top quality gymnastics education to children of all ages and abilities. We strive to develop high caliber athletes with strong character who are able to be successful and progress in the sport to the highest level they desire. Through the sport of gymnastics, OGA teaches life lessons and skills our athletes will take with them and utilize to have a positive impact on the world.
OGA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and motivate character, fitness, and health in the lives of our athletes, employees, and community through the sport of gymnastics.
The Oregon Gymnastics Academy is a 24,000 square foot facility in Beaverton, Oregon. OGA houses state of the art equipment, top-notch coaches, and high-quality training techniques that set our athletes apart throughout the region. In addition to the multiple sets of superior equipment, OGA lays claim to two foam pits, a trench pit, and many trampoline options. The combination of space, equipment, and teaching techniques makes OGA an industry leader and helps build champions one child at a time.
Oregon Gymnastics Academy prides itself on offering one of the most comprehensive and high quality gymnastics educations in the state of Oregon. Our talented team of gymnastics instructors work hard to ensure that every child receives quality instruction when attending classes at OGA. All classes at OGA are taught by background-screened, CPR and First Aid certified instructors, who are subjected to rigorous on-going training and re-certification of background checks while employed with us. Speak to your child’s instructor if you have questions about your child’s progress or other “class based” concerns. They will be happy to assist you with any problems or concerns you may have. For employment opportunity's click here.
Board of Directors
OGA’s Board of Directors serves as a resource and support team for OGA’s management. The Board’s goal is to ensure the long-term stability of the organization.
All OGA members are welcome to attend board meetings to observe board business. Comments are welcome during the closing comments period of each meeting. If you have an item you’d like the OGA board to consider, please feel free to contact Executive Director Lisa Havelind, who can assist you with presenting it an upcoming board meeting.
August 2016 Board Minutes
2015 Annual Member Meeting Minutes
2015 Annual Report