Check Out the On-Site Educational Services Offered at HITS Ocala

Reach your Academic and Athletic Goals with Blue Ribbon Scholars

Get ahead in school while showing in Ocala! The HITS Ocala Winter Circuit has provided on-site educational services since 1992 and is excited to welcome back Blue Ribbon Scholars, founded by equestrian educator Mira Korber, who graduated from Yale University in 2016. HITS and Blue Ribbon Scholars are committed to helping competitive student-athletes discover and achieve their own academic, athletic, and personal best. Shine in and out of the competition ring at HITS Ocala with flexible educational services offered by Blue Ribbon Scholars on-site this winter and via Zoom year round.

Services include:
  • Supervised learning environment on the HITS horse show grounds, conveniently located near the Grand Prix Stadium
  • Get instruction across all subject areas for K-12 and college students
  • Develop lifetime executive and time management skills while balancing showing with school
  • Learn from expert tutors and certified teachers, with master's and PhD level credentials, covering foreign language to STEM fields
  • Flexible scheduling for 1:1 and small group instruction
  • Enjoy regular communication with parents and schools
  • Hone college essays and NCEA equestrian recruiting videos
  • Ace the test (PSAT/SAT/SAT II/ACT) with 1:1 tutoring and test prep
  • Join a fun community of young equestrians
  • Complimentary education program consultation tailored to your needs this winter
For questions or to sign up, Mira can be reached via email or call/text 443.257.9549

Enrollment Forms  |  Register Online

“This was a top-notch educational experience for my daughters. They were able to complete their work and stay on track with their classmates at home, and focus on their riding, as well. The girls thoroughly enjoyed their teachers and other students and were sad to leave at the end of the 5 weeks.”

-  Linda Shuford, 4th and 8th grade parent

“I liked that Blue Ribbon Scholars was flexible and I could get help whenever I needed. If I didn't have a lot of work for one course, I could focus where I had more work. In regular school the schedule is more strict which makes it hard to get ahead.”

- Emma, 11th grade student