MISSION: Providing personal development opportunities for students of all backgrounds, skills and abilities.
VISION: A space and place where each child lives beyond their physical and psychological limitations.

Our curriculum, approved by NASPE, provides educational and promotional materials for introducing rugby into schools and communities with the goal of starting sustainable programs.

·      LIFE SKILLS - Learning lessons that develop social and behavioral skills, building both cognitive and non-cognitive abilities.

·      SPORTS INSTRUCTION - Learning the basic 'self controlled' fundamentals through fun games and structured practices.

·      NUTRITION - Learning healthy eating habits in optimal nutrition for fueling and recovery for daily living.

·      FITNESS - Learning activities geared toward building and growing their skills to improve health factors.

No Tryouts. No experience. No pressure

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21 things rugby teaches youth

1. It’s Okay to Make Mistakes

2. How to be a Leader

3. How to be a Follower

“If you want to lead the people, you must learn how to follow them” – Lao Tzu.

4. Body Language Speaks Volumes

5. How to Control Emotions 

6. Setting and Achieving Goals 

7. Success Requires Hard Work

8. How to Win/Succeed with Class

9. How to Lose/Fail with Dignity 

10. Success Requires Sacrifice 

11. Know Your Strengths and Weaknesses 

12. Being Healthy is Important 

13. You Must Discipline Yourself

14. How to Deal with Pressure and Stress

15. You’re Responsible For Yourself

16. Life Isn’t Always Fair

17. Together Everyone Achieves More

T – Together
E – Everyone
A – Achieves
M – More

18. There Will be Tough Times 

19. How to Manage Time Efficiently

20. Respect Everyone

21. Focus on What You Can Control

Loren B,
Feb 5, 2018, 5:56 PM