What All High School Students Should Know About College Recruiting

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September 21st, 2020 College, News

Join us Tuesday, September 22nd at 2pm EST for a chat with SPIRE Academy International Swim Ambassador Elizabeth Beisel and SPIRE‘s Director of Aquatics.

TOPICS INCLUDE: 

  • Thriving in high school athletics
  • Preparing for college recruiting
  • Q&A with NCAA Champion & 3x-Olympian Elizabeth Beisel
Join the Stream at 2pm EST here. 

ABOUT SPIRE ACADEMY

Mission: To inSPIRE individuals to achieve their peak potential in life.

Vision: To provide an environment where individuals: excel academically, master life’s necessary personal skills, experience tomorrow’s emerging career opportunities and exceed expectations in their sport or other passion specialization.

What is the SPIRE WAY? 

SPIRE is committed to unlocking an individual’s full potential. We integrate professional training, education and competition across a wide variety of sports, disciplines and possible career paths. Sports is our foundation, but our specialty training options will eventually include a wide mix of potential professions as well. From basketball to esports, swimming to mechatronics and track and field to drone racing, no other academy can match the diversity of our curriculum offerings. SPIRE student athletes attend residential academy semester programs, but also have the opportunity to experience intense weekend and week-long training camps. Our academic mission is dedicated to developing the entire individual and to preparing him/her to achieve peak performance in school, at work and in life.

The “SPIRE Way” places equal focus and extra emphasis on the development of strong minds, strong bodies and strong character.

Swimming news is courtesy of SPIRE, a SwimSwam Partner. 

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Anonymous
29 days ago

Thank you so much for offering such a wonderful opportunity. Unfortunately, high school students are back in school and this is smack dab in the day for their classes.