We are thrilled to be working with FirstPoint USA as our official USA University Scholarship Partner.
FirstPoint USA will provide CHS students, parents and staff with advice and guidance around the American university admissions and sports scholarship process.
It will deliver scholarships and university admissions placement services to CHS students who wish to have all aspects of the athletic recruitment and admissions process managed on their behalf.
FirstPoint will award two CHS athletes with a ‘Scholarship Placement Service’ who have been recommended by the School.
The students will be assessed and interviewed by FirstPoint staff to ensure that they meet the eligibility requirements for US college sports.
Mr Higgins CHS Director of Sport, said: “The introduction of the of the Elite Sport Pathway in September 2018 allows students to combine the academic excellence of the school with the training model of a professional sportsperson.
“The partnership between CHS Sport and FirstPoint USA further enhances the sporting opportunities for our student-athletes, by providing a genuine pathway to the top universities in the States so that they can continue to work towards their educational and sporting aspirations”
FirstPoint USA commented: “Cheadle Hulme School is one of the largest and most successful schools in the North West, providing an outstanding and inspiring education that not only instils in its pupils a deep love of learning, but also the ability to adapt to change, challenge and opportunities in their lives beyond school.
"Cheadle Hulme School is consistently producing young men and women with the sureness, knowledge and capabilities that match the key characteristics sought after by the top-performing universities in the United States.”
Our Elite Sport Programme offers Sixth Form students support in balancing the demands of sporting excellence and academic requirements, whilst allowing students to develop an understanding of key contributing factors in elite sport. Providing them with a unique opportunity to live, train and learn like a professional athlete.
An information event will be held on 22 January 2019 for anyone who wishes to find out more.