Personal & School Information

Paige Stuyniski was born on December 26, 1998 in Putnam, CT to Dave and Eileen Stuyniski. She has a sister, Regan. Currently, Paige is a senior at Woodstock Academy and she will graduate in 2017. Paige receives many awards during her school years including:

Jonathan Bell Memorial Award for Character Recipient
CT Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Student Award Winner
Woodstock Academy Advanced College Prep (ACP) Student
Woodstock Academy Honor Roll Student
National Junior Honor Society

Paige is looking for a college with a School of Nursing program, Exercise Science department or Psychology program. Outside of gymnastics and school, Paige works as an assistant coach at Deary's Gymnastics and is also a fifth grade CCD/Sunday School teacher at her church.

Gymnastics History

Paige loved playing on the monkey bars at the park after soccer practice, so her parents signed her up for gymnastics as a winter activity when she was in Kindergarten. Paige has been training at Deary's Gymnastics in Danielson, CT her whole gymnastics career.

2009/2010: As a level 7 gymnast, Paige placed first all-around in the 2010 Team Challenge and first in bars and beam; first in the DGS Invitational and first on all four events (vault, bars, beam, and floor).

2010/2011: As a level 8 gymnast, Paige placed first all-around in the Rhode Island Invitational; first all-around in the DGS Invitational; and second all-around in the 2011 Team Challenge. Paige finished second in the all-around and first on balance beam at the State Championships.

2011/2012: Paige was prepared to compete level 9 in the 2011/2012 season, but she broke and displaced a bone in her left big toe that required surgery just prior to the start of the season. Therefore, Paige repeated level 8 in 2011/2012 where she placed third in the all-around at the State Championships and third all-around at the Region 6 Championships.

2012/2013: Paige competed in one local Level 9 USAG meet in December of 2012 to allow her to move up to Level 10 this season. Unfortunately, Paige dislocated her left elbow in January 2013 and missed her entire USAG season. She was cleared to gradually return to full gymnastics in August 2013.

2013/2014: As a level 10 USAG gymnast in 2013/2014, Paige placed second in the all-around at the DGS Invitational. At the State Championships Paige placed second in the all-around, first on balance beam and second on floor exercise. At the Region 6 Championships, she finished fourth in the all-around and first on balance beam. This qualified Paige to the Junior Olympic Nationals in Jackson, MS where she placed ninth on balance beam in the nation in her age group.

Paige also competed for her high school gymnastics team as a freshman during the 2013-2014 school year where placed first in the all-around at the Eastern Connecticut Conference Championships and the Connecticut High School State Open Championships. At the State Open Championships she won balance beam and broke the state record set in 2004 with a 9.850. Paige also won the floor exercise title at the New England High School Championships and was awarded Connecticut High School Coaches Association Gymnast of the Year as a freshman.

2014/2015: As a level 10 USAG gymnast in 2014/2015, Paige placed first in balance beam and fourth all-around at the Metroplex Team Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas. Paige placed 3rd on floor and fifth in the all around at the Brestyans Invitational. At the Manhattan Classic Paige placed third on bars and fifth in the all-around. Paige did not compete at her State Championship due to injury and petitioned on to regionals. Paige finished ninth in the all-around, fourth on balance beam and fifth on floor exercise at the 2015 Region 6 Championships and qualified to the Junior Olympic NIT in Des Moines, IA.

2015/2016: Paige finished fourth in the all-around, first on floor exercise and second on balance beam at the State Championships. At the Region 6 Championships, she placed eighth in the all-around and first on balance beam with a 9.475. She was the first alternate for the Junior Olympic Nationals.

Paige also competed for her high school gymnastics team as a sophomore. She finished first on uneven bars, balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around at the New England High School Championships. She also grabbed gold medals on balance beam, floor exercise and in the all-around at the Connecticut High School Open Championships. At the State Open Championships she broke the floor state record with a 9.875. Paige was named Connecticut High School Association Gymnast of the Year as a sophomore.

Currently, Paige is preparing for the 2017 season. She trains 20 hours per week at Deary's Gymnastics in Danielson, CT under coaches Kasey Fillmore, Kelly Davidson, Robin Deary-Fillmore and Matt Tocchio. Paige would like to compete for a Division I college gymnastics team.