In late April, Boise homecourt staff officially moved into the new Athlos Academies headquarters in downtown Boise, Idaho. After months of occupying temporary space, the team is excited to be settling into their own space, and looking forward to welcoming partners and colleagues into the space in the upcoming months. While the headquarters is new […]
About Tabitha Bower
Tabitha Bower is the recruitment and marketing coordinator for Athlos Academies.
At Athlos Leadership Academy in Brownsville, TX, a group of high school students called the Character Ambassadors strive to make a positive impact on their school and community. These outstanding students consistently take part in events, volunteer within the community, and do good deeds, all while displaying Athlos Performance Character traits like leadership, integrity, and optimism. […]
It’s been an exciting time for many of our Athlos schools, whose students and staff are being recognized for accomplishments academically, in sports and extracurricular activities, and in many other ways. Here’s a look at some significant recognitions, accomplishments, and awards from Athlos partner schools in Brooklyn Park, MN, Austin, TX, and Brownsville, TX. Brooklyn […]
Jax, a kindergarten student at Athlos Academy of St. Cloud, understands what it means to have integrity.
“It means that nobody is watching you, but you are listening,” he said.
At Athlos schools, we focus on teaching children the importance of 12 traits that we call Performance Character traits. Our Performance Character pillar recognizes the deep connection between these character traits and success.
At Athlos schools, we teach children the importance of 12 traits that we call Performance Character traits. Our Performance Character pillar recognizes the deep connection between these character traits and success.
At Athlos schools, we teach children the importance of 12 traits that we call our Performance Character traits. Our Performance Character pillar recognizes the deep connection between these character traits and success. The development of Performance Character is integrated into every learning opportunity, allowing students to experience this connection first hand.
As a part of our Athlos Healthy Body pillar, we focus on the importance of nutrition and building healthy-eating habits at a young age. Children who practice healthy habits, such as exercising regularly and eating nutritious foods, perform better at school and in life.
Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths—traits like leadership, curiosity, creativity, and initiative.
At Athlos Academy of Utah, one student from each class is recognized weekly for exhibiting one of the Athlos Performance Character traits. Students are chosen by their teachers, who are tasked with telling the story of why their students are such an excellent example of the Performance Character trait of the week.