HSSA and its Scholarship Presenters Carl Lewis, Mike Alstott, Jennie Finch, Michael Phelps, Mark Mulder, and Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders announce 2005 Scholarship Winners

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Student athletes from the ages of 6 - 18 may now apply for their share of up to $270,000 in 2006. American Youth All-Stars grants first scholarship to 6 year old from Waco, TX. Over 20,000 student athletes were rewarded with free memberships to HSSA's "Tomorrow's Leaders" online community.

HSSA's commitment to recognize and reward young student athletes for their efforts will not stop at giving away up to $270,000 in free scholarship money each year.

In an effort to bridge geographic gaps between young student athletes HSSA has launched its, "Tomorrow's Leaders", online community. Deserving youth, along with their families and coaches, may now benefit from the many great resources starting at the age of 8. Some of the programs include mentoring, free educational classes and select internship offerings. HSSA, while working with some of the top athletes in the world, has caught the attention of major corporations along with the top colleges and universities in search of worthy candidates.

HSSA's class of 2005 consists of some of the finest young minds and leaders in the entire United States. HSSA will be represented at the finest colleges and universities including Harvard and all three of the military academies.

"HSSA's class of 2005 truly gives our country great hope for the future. All of our kids and high school students, are from all ethnic and financial backgrounds, have consistently shown tremendous work ethic and leadership skills throughout their young lives. They are good kids who stay out of trouble. The networking opportunities made available to these families will prove to be invaluable over time. This was our first year on the national level, despite some data base problems, we could not be more pleased with the over whelming support from parents, coaches and educators."

Shawn Prendergast's enthusiasm for the future and belief in our youth is contagious and exciting. Despite what we read in the papers and see on the news, it is clear we do have many honest, hard working youth in our country all of whom have great foundations and strong principles.

Direct any student athletes, coaches or parents you may know to the HSSA website at: http://www.hssaus.com

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