Athletic Performance

Strength and Conditioning is taught with fundamental, universal, and inclusive principles of athletic performance, academics, nutrition, and health and wellness, so that every member of our community may have the opportunity to perform with physical and emotional clarity and strength.


This program impacts every student within the school.

The Athletic Performance program is designed in a way so the strength training or any exercise component can be effectively modified, taught, coached, and executed by anyone within our community. It is for every single kid who walks through the school doors or into the weight room. The fundamental principles are taught universally; so everyone is learning the same important foundations but in slightly altered variations.


  • Build a High School Strength and Conditioning Department that will be impactful to student athletes, non-athletes, families, and community members
  • Reduce risk of injury
  • Improve human performance (Multi-Sport Athletic and Non-Athletic Variables)
  • Teach lifelong health and wellness principles
  • Teach and reinforce aspects of a winning culture via holistic model (Physical and Emotional IQ)
  • Reinforce departmental teamwork (Sports medicine, administration, teaching staff, support staff)
  • Goal Oriented/Fun/Enjoyable


1,000-square foot state-of-the-art training room 

The Giovannetti Health and Wellness Center is designed to assist our Physical Education and Athletic Performance programs and student athletes with becoming the healthiest version of themselves through strength and conditioning programs designed by Division I college strength professional, Chris Hoeller.

The Weight Room contains:

  • 900 square-feet of state-of-the-art training space
  • 14 weight racks
  • Free weights
  • Dumbells
  • Bands


  • Unified Strength Training Principles
  • Flexibility and Mobility
  • Nutrition and Recovery
  • Culture and Leadership
  • Accountability

Take advantage of our youth strength and conditioning camp opportunities. Learn what it means to be a champion on the field or court and in the weight room.

Upcoming camp starts this fall. Registration info coming soon…

Build racehorses, not workhorses.

Chris HoellerDirector of Athletic Performance