Through our sports program, our scholars get the opportunity to compete with other schools through the Utah Schools Sports Association (USSA), an all-inclusive program that provides a legitimate high school sports experience to schools. We hope that our scholars will learn resilience, teamwork, and discipline all while showing their patriot pride!
The sports scholars can participate in, for both boy and girl teams, are as follows:
Sports are a great way to keep our scholars active and help their academic growth. There are many benefits to having a sports program, such as team opportunities, confidence boosts, and the ability to learn critical life skills.
As well as skills, sports are also a great way for our scholars to explore different activities and discover what they might pursue in college. Ultimately, the benefits of sports are more than physical and can instill lifelong values that reach beyond the classroom.
Our try-out process will be similar to a two-day camp style, where scholars will be able to showcase their skills. After the camp is over, coaches and staff will come together and make their decisions.
We do believe that all scholars that want to be involved should be allowed to participate. Along with our sports team, we will continue to offer intramural sports. This allows our scholars to practice and continue to develop their skills.
For more information or details about our sports program and how your scholar can get involved, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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I went to Paradigm all through high school. Best experience ever. Not only did it help me focus on my strengths, but it also prepared me for college with its challenging curriculum that makes you think outside the box. The mentors there care about each of their students individually, and want nothing more than the students’ success.Jennifer L.