Teenagers today experience a myriad of benefits from competing in sports in public schools, from developing camaraderie and team building to honing physical and personal skills. Athletes discover the challenges of both winning and defeat as well. Students that are homeschooled do not have access to their public sports teams and team sports are put together to give these fine young athletes the same experiences as public school students. When children and teens participate in group competitions and activities, they learn skills that apply to opportunities both on and off the playing field. Through competition, teens establish a solid work ethic that values practice and rewards determination. teenagers enhance skills in self-reliance and team interaction, and develop new structures of self-motivation, discipline, and personal responsibility. Please help us to fund our trip to the Home School World Series in Auburndale, FL at the end of April 2016. This team of gifted athletes needs your help to achieve their dream of becoming the National HS High School World Series Champions!