(E + P) x D x L = True Success
These are the three ideals of our Triangle of Success, the philosophy of our academy. Each part of this formula not only pushes your kids to be great athletes but also great adults. We believe this formula will set them up for success, and we are honored that you are a part of this exceptional organization!
Education/Preparation: We support that our players are students first, athletes second, so we provide them with the tools to excel beyond the game because “it’s not just about the next 4 years, it’s about the next 40 years.”
Dedication: We instill a sense of commitment in our players through hard work and perseverance in their game and their studies. We believe this learned dedication translates to lifelong success.
Leadership: We strengthen our players’ leadership skills by promoting team and self responsibility, because a strong, confident individual develops into an effective leader.
Hold on a minute, we can’t take all the credit for your athlete’s success! If you take a closer look at our logo, you will see three smaller triangles intertwined within one main triangle. That’s because we all contribute!
You, the player, become a successful adult by leading, learning, and committing to all that you obligate yourself. In the end, YOU own your triumphs and failures.
You, the parent/guardian, elevate your player to become successful an individual by encouraging, supporting, and being their biggest fan. You are the person they see day after day, pushing them to be their best and loving them through their struggles.
We, the coaches, to the best of our ability will teach, inspire, and dedicate our time to your players to ensure that they become successful leaders.
Remember, it is okay to make mistakes and ask for help. Please let us know if you need our support in upholding your contribution!
“Accountability is essential to personal growth, as well as team growth. How can you improve if you’re never wrong? If you don’t admit a mistake and take responsibility for it, you’re bound to make the same one again.” – Pat Summit