Houston, Texas (PRWEB) March 05, 2014
The 2014 season has been highly successful for the Pro-Vision Academy boy’s track team, culminating in a state championship last weekend. The Texas Charter School Academic & Athletic League (TCSAAL) State Meet was held on March 1, 2014 in Dripping Springs, TX. There were a total of 12 events for high school participants, of which the Pro-Vision Academy team placed in six.
1st Place finishers:
2nd Place Finishers:
3rd Place Finishers
High School Participants (Team State Champions) for 2014 include:
Clifford Maxey, Devin Thomas, Kevin Thomas, Keylen Lewis, Malcolm Tate, Jonathain Jessie, Darius House, Eric Clark, Isaiah Lee, Kelton Jackson, Deandre Tillman, Kedrick King and Calvin Stewart.
There were also 11 events for middle school participants during the TCSAAL State Meet, and three Pro-Vision, Inc athletes qualified to compete:
The coaches that provided leadership for the 2014 Pro-Vision Academy track teams are Coach Christopher Gillis, Coach Timothy Tate and Coach Michael West. The athletics programs at Pro-Vision Academy charter school are just one way that the organization meets their mission to instill hope and purpose in youth living in the greater Houston area so that they reach their full potential. The school’s holistic approach and sense of community provide students with opportunities to learn and grow outside of the classroom, whether that’s on the track, at the urban farm or in an art program.
To learn more about Pro-Vision Academy and Pro-Vision, Inc and their youth programs, please visit: http://www.provision-inc.org
About Pro-Vision Academy and Pro-Vision, Inc
Pro-Vision, Inc 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, Inc has helped more than 4,000 young people and their families, and they are currently providing support to more than 300 students.