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The Benefits of Being ‘Sport Stars’ in High School

Written: January,2011

High school ‘Sports Stars’ are students who are known for being the best performers in sports. The fame and perks that they amass by virtue of their esteemed performances, either leads to them being the most ‘sought after’ students, or, the envy of all. But, is life as a high school ‘Sports Star’ really as fabulous as perceived? Or is just a ‘show’? That we will leave up to you to decide, after reading the benefits below.

Fame - Not only famous for their feats among students who attend their high school, they are also known by students from competing schools and in some cases nationally and inter-nationally. This increases their status, and gives them a lot of contacts.

Contacts This is synonymous to ‘links’ or connections. They know a lot of persons of prominence and influence, and thus, seem to always have opportunities.

OpportunitiesThey usually receive three categories of opportunities, social, educational and financial. Social opportunities are those which have to do with as the word suggest, socialising. They get lots of invites to the ‘hot’ parties, drink-ups and formal events. Educational opportunities are the numerous scholarship offers and the extra attention they at times receive from teachers. Financial opportunities include all the perks, grants and sponsorship deals they receive.

Well this definitely seems like the ideal life: fame, contacts and opportunities, the only thing missing from this sequence is the ‘ladies’, and that they have also… lots! Well, then again, so it appears..lol

Hugh says:

This blog sold!

January 26, 2011 @ 3:00 pm

John says:

We a star boy!

January 26, 2011 @ 3:28 pm

Anthony says:

Right now a the track team me a go for! lol wait, i’m not that fast… mmmmm

January 26, 2011 @ 3:31 pm

kari says:

track stars think they are the sh**. Hate em!

January 26, 2011 @ 3:32 pm

Tony says:

lol @ the ending..’so it appears’.

January 26, 2011 @ 8:36 pm