5 Pillars of Success
Coach G Academy, Inc. partnered with
the American Heart Association in the GO RED for women campaign
Coach G Academy, Inc.
has a variety of programming options to support you or your child or organization's model. Don't see anything that matches your needs? Worry Not! Visit our contact tab and send us an email for a more tailored approach. We focus on the WHOLE child model and ground our programming using our 5 Pillars of Success as a guide.
Coach G Academy, Inc. WHOLElistic model seeks to promote and reinforce the following values:
Physical & Mental Health Education Workforce Training Community Service Life Skills
Physical and Mental Health:
Physical and Mental health builds self esteem by contributing to a persons overall self image. Youth benefit from physical activity by improving cardio respiratory fitness, building strong bones, strong muscles, and reduce the risk of developing health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. A desired outcome is to promote healthy lifestyles and decrease the statistics of health problems.By providing this programming we seek to engage member in:
Mind Body and Spirit
Education is not just about reading or writing. It also includes emotional support and self esteem building. Education teaches children discipline and responsibility. Making advantages in life by utilizing knowledge for growth. A desired outcome is 100 percent college acceptance. In order to do so we seek yo instill:
Workforce Training is necessary to based on a common interest, standards, and objectives. The combined action of stepping specifically in a group allows for each individual to collaborate. iInterpersonal skills, problem-solving, and good behavior as well as become a team player. A desired outcome is to finish the program career ready. In doing so we seek to enhance:
Service learning and community service provides youth with opportunities to develop civic engagement skills. By working with community members, students can enhance their leadership, group and organizational skills. Develop the importance of working in diverse communities. A desired outcome is 150 hours of community service/service learning hours. While participating in community service we seek to also promote:
Constructive Peer Interactions
The development of life skills helps youth to find new ways of thinking and problem solving. They are also able to recognize the impact of their actions. Learning life skills allows versatility, responsibility and builds confidence. A desired outcome is to produce productive citizens. In order to do so we seek to inform members of: