WHERE EVERY CHILD IS A CHAMPION
Franklin native, Scott Webster, graduated from Franklin High School along with his wife Glenda in 1974. They both attended M.T.S.U. where Scott earned his B.S. and M.Ed. While working on his Master’s degree, Scott taught gymnastics, tennis, and swimming as a graduate assistant. After 4 years as a school teacher/coach, Scott entered the gymnastics profession full time, eventually establishing Harpeth School of Gymnastics in 1986.
Glenda studied Business and Early Childhood Education at M.T.S.U. She has been the backbone to Harpeth School of Gymnastics over the years. Glenda has managed the office, scheduling, payroll, marketing, etc. and has been an invaluable part of developing HSG.
In August 2001, Scott and Glenda’s son, Josh, joined our dynamic coaching team. At Harpeth, we appreciate the importance of family and strong family values. We invite you to come visit our facility and meet our warm and friendly staff.
At Harpeth School of Gymnastics we are proud of the wide variety of programs we offer you, our valued customer. In our very popular Mommy and Me class, we teach gymnastics to little ones starting at age 18 months. We also offer preschool, recreational, and tumbling classes. Boys and Girls gymnastics teams are available for your competitive gymnast. Back handspring clinics, parent’s night outs, private lessons, and spectacular birthday parties are all part of our exceptional program schedule.
Glenda and Scott
Our Parents Say
Harpeth Gymnastics has been a big part of my daughter’s life for several years. As a sport, gymnastics teaches her discipline and persistence. As a gymnastics club, Harpeth teaches honesty, character and team work, like no other gym in Middle Tennessee. The owners know her, the coaches inspire her, her teammates cheer her on. She is learning gymnastics, but so many more life lessons. It’s no wonder Harpeth is her favorite place to be!Kathy Rivers
Not only did Cole learn gymnastics in the 4 years he spent in the mommy & me and preschool classes- he also learned important life skills such as waiting your turn, cheering on your friends, listening to and following directions, and much more. I loved that the coaches really got to know each child and their parent individually and worked with them on their level. Cole always looked forward to the time he spent at Harpeth each week!Kerry Ivy