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High School- Play Sports at the High School and College Level
Interested in playing at the next level? Students will gain knowledge on how to play on their high school team and/or learn the steps to take in order to play in college.
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This class will be valuable for any student or student-athlete hoping to play high school sports or college (D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JUCO, etc.) I will open up with my experiences and provide a brief powerpoint run through of the differences of high school and college sports and the work load each level requires. Students can ask any questions related to their personal development or the "how to's" of their sport/s. My expertise will be in basketball, soccer, and tennis, however, I am also familiar...
Students can ask any range of questions such as: "How do I talk to college coaches?" "What do I need to do to improve my chances of making my high school team?" "How can I get a scholarship?" "What are the differences between the college levels of play?" "Are summer high school camps important?" " Should I do travel sports/ AAU?" etc.
No homework will be assigned for learners.
If one would like to take notes during this session, please feel free to have a paper and a writing utensil ready!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello parents and students/student athletes! My name is Calvin Kang and I am extremely excited to teach or answer any questions your child/children may have within my expertise. I graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a major in Exercise...