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Here at LPSA we are dedicated to helping out student athletes achieve to the best of their abilities academically. We want to provide players with every opportunity possible to be successful in the classroom. We also understand that this looks different for each individual, that is why we will provide our players with resources and tutors that fit their specific learning styles. 

Here at LPSA we are dedicated to helping out student athletes achieve to the best of their abilities academically. We want to provide players with every opportunity possible to be successful in the classroom. We also understand that this looks different for each individual, that is why we will provide our players with resources and tutors that fit their specific learning styles. 

Here at LPSA we are dedicated to helping out student athletes achieve to the best of their abilities academically. We want to provide players with every opportunity possible to be successful in the classroom. We also understand that this looks different for each individual, that is why we will provide our players with resources and tutors that fit their specific learning styles. 

Academic Philosophy 

 

Here at LPSA we are dedicated to helping out student athletes achieve to the best of their abilities academically. We want to provide players with every opportunity possible to be successful in the classroom. We also understand that this looks different for each individual, that is why we will provide our players with resources and tutors that fit their specific learning styles. 

Academic Process 

 

The first thing we will do is take an in depth look at your academic history. This includes a close analysis of both your previous classroom work (transcripts) and previous standardized testing (SAT/ACT) results. Upon conclusion of the analysis, we will assist you in choosing the proper core course(s), ACT/SAT online prep classes, and/or the proper college level courses for you to take in order to increase your GPA and/or test scores for both the NCAA and NAIA.  Players deciding to take the prep route will only take  will only take 9 credit hrs, players deciding to take the juco route will need to enroll full time. 

 

Players that benefit from the LPSA 

  1. Student athlete is one or two high school core credits short of qualifying. But once the student athlete has completed the required high school core credit course  he will become NCAA/NAIA eligible. 

  2. Student athlete comes in with a 17 ACT score and needs some assistance with test taking strategies and skills to improve his standardized test scores. Once the student athlete has the required SAT/ACT scores he will become NCAA/NAIA eligible

  3. Student athlete comes in as a full NCAA/NAIA qualifier, but had an injury his senior year and fell off of college recruiting boards, played out of position, played in a system that did not highlight his particular skill set, or played at a smaller high school that hindered the recruiting process .