Student Athlete Program
This program is designed for children ages (6-17) to have an opportunity to be part of a team, physical activity, coaching, mentorship, and leadership that also supports the Humble Horizons Inc. (All things H.U.M.B.L.E. mentality). Each family will be assigned a (HHAA) “Humble Horizons Athletic Advocate”. The HHAA will assist the family with resources for athletic opportunities within the community on the elementary, middle school, and high school level. We are knowledgeable and connected to local sports opportunities and can help make sure your child/children are involved and connected.
When youth are involved in sports/recreation it helps establish lifelong friendships and provided healthy physical opportunities while learning how to operate in a team concept. Youth must have an opportunity be involved in something positive. When a youth’s time is not into something positive/constructive, negative recreation such as sexual activities, drugs, crime, and violence are waiting with open arms.
We can help plug your child/children in on a path to success through our Humble Horizons Student Athlete Program (HHSAP).
We Can Help Provide
Information on upcoming sports opportunities, tryouts, camps, leagues, etc.
Connect players with teams and coaches (Middle School, High School, Collegiate Levels)
Access to former and current collegiate players
Financial assistance for registration, camps, equipment (Humble Horizons Scholarships)
“What you can expect” Life after high School as a Student Athlete
Humility, Unity, Maturity, Blessed, Leadership, Education (H.U.M.B.L.E.)
Transportation assistance (games, practice, camps, etc)
Classroom support for teachers with students in the program
For more information and sign- up please contact:
Director of Communications
PH: (217) 204-4991
Samuel Holmes Jr
PH: (217) 370-8357
We are pleased to provide this program at no cost to parents/guardians/ or caretakers. Our HHAA’s are very knowledgeable and will work hard to provide positive experience and opportunities for your child/children.
“In this family we want everyone to Win”