The Student Athlete Resource and Support (STARS) programme provides the tools and guidance that student athletes require to expand their educational and athletic experience outside high school. Also, it inspires them to become effective advocates on and off the playing field, and encourage them to transition into society as active citizens effectively.
This organization is not a community or a recruiting service. It is an intense 1-4 year course journey that will introduce students-athletes, their parents and mentors to educational and sporting resources that will raise several gates for them.
STARS program and The Ministry Of Education will proceed its vision to create opportunities for indigenous student athletes to exhibit their skills on the soccer pitch.
The 4-year annual competition will highlight our local students athletes, boys and girls alike, to US and Canadian tertiary learning institutes.
High School Students Seize Advantage Of STARS Programme
This ultimate soccer showcase consists of a one day rack attack, where contestants go head-to-head to showcase their talents for greater opportunities.
Moreover to students displaying their sporting skills, all attendees must partake in an intervention on the process of transitioning into a college athlete.
This exhibition is open to all 9th – 12th grade students, as well as recent high school graduates. Both graduate and students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or 70%.
The event hosts over 40 scouts and coaches annually, with a few in attendance and others virtually viewing the future prospects.
Six students will receive over $200,000 worth scholarship funds.