Scottsdale Campus Welcomes Student Athletes

Competitive athletes like Sarkis are able to balance their sport and academics while studying at Brightmont Academy. With flexible scheduling at Brightmont, Sarkis is able to catch up on credits that were incomplete at his traditional school due to the late practices and tournament travel. Sarkis often comments how well the one-to-one model is working for him. While completing his courses, Sarkis is preparing for tryouts on a professional hockey team. His brother, a competitive hockey player on a local junior professional team, is also enrolled at Brightmont.

Students athletes at Brightmont Academy receive one-to-one instruction and customized programs. Athletes who are unable to attend a full-time school schedule during a competitive season can study courses during the off-season or attend school part-time to accommodate for sports requirements. Students who are missing credits needed to earn a high school diploma can enroll in an individual course. The one-to-one mastery-based instruction model enables students to earn credits more quickly, making a shorter school year possible. Mastery-based instruction also ensures the student understands content before moving ahead. Students can work toward a higher G.P.A. to meet NCAA initial eligibility.

A full range of support services are also offered to help student athletes transition to college. Tutoring, test preparation and career and college assessments are available.

Learn more about how Brightmont Academy is a good fit for student athletes and helps students meet NCAA requirements: