Summit Sports Academy is holding an informational meeting on Thursday, November 17 from 7:30 – 9 pm at the Bridge Community Church, 5700 Rochester Road in Troy. The Athletic Director, Keith Kauzlarich, will be discussing the spring season for home educated young ladies ages 13-18 interested in playing competitive high school soccer, and to answer any questions you may have.
Summit Sports Academy teams compete with Michigan High School Athletic Association teams from both public and private schools, as well as other home-school teams. The teams are made up of competitive players from southeast Michigan whose talent and character have taken them to multiple championships at both the state and national levels.
Summit Sports Academy’s primary goal is to reach for the highest level of excellence in their relationship with Jesus Christ, their witness for Him, and their performance as individual soccer players, and as a team.
Please join Summit Sports Academy as they discuss the upcoming spring season and winter training. If you have any questions, please contact Marlene Brush at email@example.com or 248-761-6007. You may also visit their website.
Summit Sports Academy’s Vision and Statement of Purpose:
To provide an opportunity for young men and women to dedicate and develop their physical talents for the glory of God.
To support Christian home-schooling parents who desire an opportunity for their children to participate in organized and progressively competitive sports.
To develop and instill Christian character qualities through the experiences provided by team membership, competition, and friendships.
To provide the opportunity for players to work as a team and to dedicate themselves to the success of others as well as to personal excellence.
To utilize organized sports as a vehicle for developing important life skills, such as service, leadership, cooperation, communication, organization, and appropriate relationships.
To provide the opportunity for young men and women to develop athletic skills.