Prep school is an educational option to prepare you academically and athletically for college. The difference between prep school and regular schooling is that prep schools often focus heavily on one or several different sports.
Most players who consider prep school are looking for more assistance either academically or athletically. Academic needs include SAT and ACT prep, one course post graduation, or for individual attention to complete high school requirements. Note that many players that attend prep school have already qualified with the NCAA and therefore do not need the academic assistance. These players attend prep school to focus more on the sport they wish to get better at; this usually includes maturing both physically and mentally, and increasing a player’s skill level. The goal of most players who attend prep school is to receive a scholarship or some other form of financial assistance.
Although many people believe that coming to prep school will guarantee them a D1 scholarship, this is not the case. We cannot guarantee any scholarships, but we will guarantee that we will try our best to make every player in our program better. We guarantee the exposure, the competition, and playing time.