More Sleep One of God's Greatest Gifts

Students are constantly tired in school.

Even the smartest students need rest

Students will use anything as a "bed"

Students who receive at least eight hours of sleep per night will be able to stay awake in class and will be more engaged with what the teacher is presenting.
With inadequate sleep, players are not likely to play to their full potential and are more susceptible to injury.
With proper amounts of sleep, student athletes will perform better during in game situations.

Student athletes will work better together when they have rest.


Team work makes the dream work.

With these academic and athletic enhancements, it will give you a better chance to get into your dream college.


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