Champions are not defined
by their scores,
but by their character.
We believe academics and athletics are only the beginning of training the champions and leaders of tomorrow. Our revolutionary methodology includes mental conditioning, leadership development and life skills to prepare student-athletes for life’s challenges after graduation.
Builds the mental skills - including confidence, focus and determination - that help athletes reach their goals and compete at their best every day.
Develops the skills to be an effective leader, including personal presence, communication skills, character building and accountability.
Instills the high-performance habits and characteristics of successful leaders in sports and life.
We strive to develop student-athletes who will become the leaders and role models for future generations. Our belief in a total education, including character development and accountability, produces young athletes who do amazing things beyond their sport.
|2014||Oslo, Norway||Regis University|
|Josie Traberg, a native of Oslo, Norway, and current freshman at Regis University,was one of 34 participants selected by the United Nations Office on Sport Development and Peace to take part in the annual International Sport & Social Impact Summit. During the two-week event, Traberg attended presentations and participated in discussions revolving around an impressive goal: using sports as a tool to foster worldwide social improvement and peace building.|
|“I was granted the opportunity to take part in the International Sport & Social Impact Summit for the Americas led by Mr. Lemke, head of the UN Department on Sport for Development, and Ban Ki-Moon’s right hand in facilitating worldwide development and peace building, using sport as a key tool to foster change and social improvement. From the beginning until the end, we were challenged to step out of our comfort zone and think creatively. The event was the perfect segway into the start of my college career.”|
|2009||Northport, FL||University of Arizona|
|Cat Leibbrandt, originally from Northport, Fla., graduated from IMG Academy in 2009. Leibrandt served as team captain of her soccer team her junior and senior years while maintaining membership in the National Honor Society. She attended and played for the University of Arizona before transferring to the University of South Florida in 2010, where she also served as team captain her senior year. However, her biggest career achievement was when she returned to the field to play soccer after being diagnosed with myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune neuromuscular disease that causes weakness and fatigue. In 2014, she became one of only five student-athletes nationwide to win the Wilma Rudolph Achievement Award. The Award is given to student-athletes who have overcome great personal, academic, and/or emotional odds to achieve academic success while participating in intercollegiate athletics.|
|“IMG Academy grounded me and played a huge part in helping me overcome everything because it was a no-nonsense and no-excuses atmosphere. Even though I moved on, I still carried that mentality.”|
|2008||Redondo Beach, CA||University of California, Riverside|
|Alex Abelson, a native of Redondo Beach, Calif. and a 2008 graduate of IMG Academy, has a vision to make college more affordable for all students. His major in business economics at the University of California Riverside and his passion for social development, led him to create a new way for students to pay for college. He developed a tuition funding algorithm that would allow students to attend college for free and repay the school through a percentage of their eventual salaries.|
|“At IMG Academy, I was an athlete, I was a student, and so many other things. Within that model I had to manage my time. With the added element of mental conditioning, I was given the foundation to succeed, and so adpating to college and beyond was easy.”|
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