Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
At Pro-Vision Academy students are taught that activities like basketball are much more than a simple sport. The school’s coaches use athletic programs to teach the students the importance of teamwork, sacrifice and putting in the effort needed to excel. For senior Kyle Cole, participation on the Pro-Vision basketball team has also afforded him the opportunity to continue his education.
On May 10, 2014, Mr. Cole signed acceptance papers that secured his spot on the Central Christian College men’s basketball team and a scholarship to attend the school. Pro-Vision staff, as well as his new coaches, were in attendance to show their support during the signing. At 6’7” Mr. Cole is a formidable opponent on the court and is expected to help the team achieve great success in the coming seasons.
About Central Christian College
Central Christian College of Kansas is located in McPherson, KS just 60 miles north of Wichita. The 4-year school enrolls approximately 330 students each academic year that come from all walks of life all over the world. CCC offers an array of BA and AA degrees, as well as numerous accreditations.
Men's basketball is among the 11 athletic programs at Central Christian College. During 2013/2014 the CCC men's basketball team had a winning season and made it to NCCAA Central Region Tournament, where they were ranked 6th. Three of the Tigers basketball players were also recognized this year by the NCCAA for their academic and athletic achievements.
Pro-Vision Academy couldn’t be more pleased with Mr. Cole’s accomplishments both on and off the court. He is a shining example of the success they strive to help all their students achieve.
To learn more about Pro-Vision Academy and their numerous athletic programs, please visit: http://www.provision-inc.org.
About Pro-Vision Academy
Pro-Vision Academy was founded to provide young people in the greater Houston area with academic, social and economic opportunities in hopes of inspiring purpose and optimism in the lives they touch. The 21-acre facility is home to a grade 5-12 charter school, the Manhood Development Program, the Job Enterprise Academy and an urban farm program. Over the last 23 years Pro-Vision has helped more than 4,000 young people and their families, and they are currently providing support to more than 300 students.