As a society, we’ve become more comfortable with the conversations surrounding mental illness, health, and performance. I won’t say that the stigma has been eliminated, but there has certainly been progress...
Topics: anxiety, identity, parent, counseling, digital teenagers, stress, performance, sports, self-efficacy, independent children, mental health, mental illness
Congratulations to Jordan Brown '22 for the honor of GATORADE NEVADA GIRLS SOCCER PLAYER OF THE YEAR! Click to read the press release.
Topics: high school, athletics, sports, Gatorade, las vegas, soccer
Topics: high school, Christian school, athletics, extracurricular activities, athletic recruitment, sports, teacher, faculty
Imagine there was a safe and legal pill that could raise test scores, enhance your looks, make you faster, stronger, and more explosive, decrease the risk of illness and disease, and lengthen life span...Would you take it? While this might sound like a journal prompt or an ethics discussion, it’s really not that complicated. We already have access to this “pill.” Intrigued? Read on.
Topics: teens, athletics, athletic advice, sports, academics, sleep
Playing high school sports is a tremendous experience in which lasting memories and friendships are formed. As seniors end their athletic seasons, many of them seek opportunities to extend these experiences into the collegiate level. They have invested countless hours into becoming better athletes playing a game they love, and they realize the huge impact that competing in college can make on their lives. However, college recruitment can be a tricky process. How should families begin the journey?
Topics: athletics, multiple sports, college recruitment, scholarships, athletic recruitment, game plan, college search, college tips, athletic advice, sports