Nicole Smith ’23 becomes the first Mission Squash Scholar to attend a prestigious national boarding school
Scholars were treated to a VIP visit from the Welsh Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams, the Chancellor of Swansea University, Professor Paul Boyle, and a delegation from the Welsh Government and Houston Independent School District.
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Adopting the correct grip is essential to a new squash player’s development. There is almost no other element that is as singularly important during the first few months of coaching as the grip. Starting out with an incorrect grip can cause problems for the player when learning more advanced shots and skills so reinforcing the … Continue reading Get a grip!
We are often asked by our scholarship families how to make better choices when planning their eating and meals – before, during and after school. With so much fast food available at so many locations, and often little time available, it requires both planning and some tactical measures to keep things healthy. See below for … Continue reading Making Healthy Choices
The Proven Association Between Fitness Levels and Academic Performance Partaking in physical exercise has a multitude of potential benefits to the individual, many of which are interconnected. One of example of this is the simple fact that participating in regular squash training will help improve a player’s cardiorespiratory fitness. Furthermore, a study by Santana et … Continue reading Can Cardio help your GPA?
Last month, four Mission Squash Scholars travelled to the Urban Individual Squash Championships, held at Williams College in Massachusetts. The tournament is run by the National Urban Squash and Education Association (NUSEA) which acts as the umbrella organization for 20+ urban squash programs around the world. View the Mission Squash photo gallery View the official … Continue reading Scholars in successful debut at Urban Individual Nationals