Among all the excitement of K-12 athletics, sportsmanship often fades into the background. Despite being undervalued, sportsmanship plays a critical role in K-12 academics, a student athlete’s development, and even a student’s future success.
When it comes to learning, student athletes can’t afford to settle for the status quo. If they want to drive better results in the classroom and on the field, it takes extra commitment. It also requires a more advanced learning environment.
Being a student athlete isn’t all fun and games. For high school students who are dedicated to a sport, the traditional classroom can pile on even more stress and hold them back. Luckily, more parents are realizing how alternative learning can empower student athletes now and set them up for success well into the future.
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