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YCHS Partners with Carpe Diem Sports Enhancement

The Yorkville Christian High School Athletic Department is excited to announce a partnership with Carpe Diem Sports Enhancement in Yorkville. Carpe Diem founder and CEO Tavian Banks is an elite sports performance trainer with over 20 years of experience. His extensive athletic background includes being named the Big Ten's "Football Player of the Year" in 1997 (University of Iowa) and competing in the NFL for six seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars and New Orleans Saints. 
"YCHS is thrilled to be partnering with Carpe Diem Sports Enhancement," said YCHS Athletic Director Aaron Sovern. "Tavian's knowledge and experience will serve as a huge asset to all of our student-athletes. He has trained with the likes of Jerry Rice and Barry Sanders, and has also trained and instructed thousands of other athletes at all levels. He will be able to formulate sports specific programs for our athletes and allow them to maximize their potential." 
Carpe Diem Sports Enhancement's mission is to provide world-class training to enhance sports performance for athletes of all skill levels and improve fitness for adults. They are located at 728 E. Veterans Parkway, Suite 101 in Yorkville and are open daily. 
Yorkville Christian High School will be open to grades 9-12 on September 2. For more information, or to register your student, please visit www.yorkvillechristian.com.
MC June 28, 2014 at 12:51 PM
Still nothing about serving God or academics. Hmmmmm...... looks like YCHS cares more about glitzy extracurricular activities than the Word of God. This school is not being built on Truth.
Susan Mosey June 28, 2014 at 09:46 PM
It looks like this article was not meant to cover everything YCHS intends to do, but rather, to announce a partnership. It's just a couple of paragraphs announcing the partnership, and not meant to be a manifesto of everything the school does or doesn't stand for.
MC June 30, 2014 at 08:00 AM
I have been keeping up with YCHS progress and have yet to see anything about Serving God or academics. Just all the hype about the athletics offered.
Shelleanne W July 09, 2014 at 08:45 AM
MC what exactly is it that you are trying to do? How can you say this school is not being built on Truth? If you speak that way it makes me wonder if you are the right person to determine what this school is being built on. This is a brand new school...I am sure it is being built on alot of prayer and Faith. Perhaps you should call the school or visit if you are looking for their principals and values and not base it all on an article relating to their sports program! When you typed your comments were you serving God? Or being hypocritical of a school in our town that is going to actually teach kids in our area about God and allow them to pray in school? Perhaps you could have called the school and voiced your concerns.

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