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Players Academic Club of Excellence


SETTING THE P.A.C.E.

We are very excited to introduce "P.A.C.E.: Players Academic Club of Excellence". At Legends IE we are committed to recognizing academic excellence of our players. By honoring achievements in the classroom, the goal is to ignite and inspire academic excellence within the club, within each team, and most importantly within each Legends IE individual. 

If we can get one more child in our club excited about achieving higher academic standards in their life then we have been successful. Can you imagine if we inspire 2,3 or even 5 athletes on each team to set and achieve higher academic goals/standards? Then, we as a club and as an academic culture will have been wonderfully successful.

The idea of "Setting the P.A.C.E." is for higher educational purposes: College. At Legends IE, we are geared to create a culture of student-athletes who wish to achieve more by using soccer as a tool to get them to a higher education. “Setting the P.A.C.E." will be our motto!

The P.A.C.E Program will be accepting applications for the Summer Awards Ceremony starting in May 17, 2021. The P.A.C.E. Summer Awards Ceremony will be held at the Legends IE Soccer Complex on Wednesday June 23, 2021 at 7pm.

Deadline to submit report card \ grades is June 12th at 5 PM.  There will be no exceptions!

Criteria for P.A.C.E. Recognition Program: Any current Legends IE student-athlete with a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Understanding Grade-Point Average

Please visit this site to better understand Grade-Point Average for Elementary grade students.

Whether you're in high school or college, your grade-point average, or GPA, is important for your future. You need a minimum GPA for admission to top-level universities, and once you've started your degree, you may need to maintain a minimum GPA to continue your studies. An elementary GPA, as opposed to a weighted one, takes into account the grades you have received in each of the classes you have completed, regardless of the number of credits the class earns you. It's a simple average of all your grades.

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