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The annual Turkey Day Challenge challenges teams from Metro Nashville High Schools to collect non- perishable items and canned foods in a competition for which team can collect the most items from their student body.  All collected items will be donated in partnership to a local food bank to feed the homeless during the Thanksgiving holidays.  Members of each team will assist in the delivery of the goods to the food bank of our choice.


The team that collects the most items will receive a trophy and a sponsored meal for their dedication to serving their community and leading their student body in such a commendable endeavor.



Girl Talk is to provide a safe and nurturing place

where female student-athletes can develop,

cultivate, and enhance their skills in building healthy relationships, effective communication, and technical skills to advance their career aspirations and become role models for their communities.


This program will focus on the essential training and skill development to ensure their success in any environment by cultivating their academic, social, and mental capability through a collage of hands-on activities that inspire healthy conversation about frequently overlooked topics.  Girls entering their senior year of high school will be educated by community leaders, coaches, and other respective individuals that will nurture them with proper guidelines for representing themselves as progressive young women.




This CFS is designed to serve as a moment of transition for high school football players that have intentions on furthering their careers as college athletes. This is event will give meaningful insight to Academics, Social Life, & Amateurism. Athletes, former athletes, and personnel from a variety of sports related entities will educate these young men on the various elements surrounding college athletics. 


Each student-athlete may be accompanied by up to 2 immediate guardians or coaches.  






Christmas On Wheels is our annual bicycle giveaway that we do during the Christmas Holidays.  We partner with members of our community to provide bicycles for over 100 kids ranging from 5 years old to 11 years old.  This event gives many kids the Christmas gift of their dreams and provides a loving atmosphere to many families that do not typically enjoy the holiday season.







This 1 day program is designed to educate high school male student- athletes on the fundamentals, essentials, and importance of dress etiquette.


We take male student-athletes to local businesses to collect shirts and ties in addition to hosting seminars in which we and business professionals speak about the importance of dress in various areas of the workplace.


The Trey Rich Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student athlete who embodies the determination, servit-ude, and dedication exemplified by Trey. This award will serve as a memorial to continue Trey’s legacy as a well-rounded student-athlete and leader. Our scholarship recipients possess character that allows them to follow their dreams by striving daily to overcome obstacles and defy limitations. With consistency, the student-athlete that receives this scholarship allows his/her actions to serve as the blueprint for others to follow.

For information on more events, visit our Get Involved page and send your questions or requests.