Parent Involvement Supports Online Learning Success By Kimberly Dow

Every parent knows that they are a vital part of their child’s education.  It doesn’t matter if they attend an online or a brick and mortar school. Still, new USPA parents often ask how they will be involved in the learning process.  The good news is that there are many ways that parents can impact […]

Thumb Wars By Pete Smith

1, 2, 3, 4, I declare a thumb war….  It’s one of my favorite times of the day.  There is so much joy in the simple act of waiting at the bus stop with my son and having a thumb war tournament that is ongoing to 100.  The phone is off, there is a lot […]

Getting to Know You by Pete Smith

USPA parents often talk about how different our approach is as a digital school. Our entire team has leveraged their past experiences in education and has been very focused on how we can re-create those positive experiences, remaining flexible to our student body’s needs, and most importantly, providing smaller details that truly support our students […]

Welcome from USPA President

Dear USPA Families, It is a pleasure to welcome you to another “school year” at US Performance Academy. With that said, I realize many of you are months into your year already and some aren’t beginning for several weeks. That is the beauty of USPA. Each of our student-athletes is on their own customized schedule. […]

USPA Student is Victorious in Formula 4 Italian Championship

Looking to advance his way forward in the Italian F4 Championship point standings, American/Ecuadorian driver JM Correa traveled to the Autodromo Vallelunga Piero Taruffi for the fifth event weekend in the program. With three races on the docket, Correa put his name at the top on Sunday as he stood atop the podium for his third victory in […]

USPA Dad & Gold Medal Olympian Reunited With Medal

Source: ABC News The young girl who found and returned a stolen Olympic gold medal got to meet its rightful owner on Monday, reports WSB-TV Atlanta, a local ABC affiliate. Chloe Smith, now 7 years old, found the medal in a pile of trash two months ago while out walking with her father and returned […]

The Perception of Pressure by Pete Smith

It was amazing to watch the highlights of the Olympics last night. What struck me the most was each athlete’s ability to manage the pressure of expectation before they jumped in the pool, hopped on a beam, or dug that first oar into the water. The perception prior to each of the events was a […]

USPA and Edgenuity Help Students Go for Academic Gold

Edgenuity, a leading provider of online and blended learning solutions, announced today that US Performance Academy (USPA), an independent school for competitive athletes, is using Edgenuity’s Instructional Services to provide curriculum and educational support to its student athletes. USPA currently serves competitive student athletes, providing a rigorous curriculum delivered through a customizable academic calendar. USPA’s […]

USPA Alumni Anita Finishes Ninth at Rio Olympic Games

Source: USA Synchro Team USA’s Anita Alvarez and Mariya Koroleva posted their highest scores of the year on the biggest stage Tuesday, giving U.S. synchronized swimming a boost for the future. The pair placed ninth in the duet free final Tuesday to finish ninth overall in duet at the Rio Olympic Games. Alvarez and Koroleva […]

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