What is Koa Prep Baseball?
This is your chance to re-class and have an extra year to develop and be recruited. While there are no guarantees, your son will work with top baseball player development coaches, SAT/ACT Tutors, and personal trainers. Your son should elected to take a couple of 3 credit college classes, (own dime with structured study hall sessions). We are not promising athletic scholarships, however, if your athlete follow our program he will be; bigger, faster, stronger, and placed into a college baseball program.
6 college showcase events/camps
35 baseball games
A personalized weight training program
Hittrax & Blast Data for all hitters
Rapsodo Data for all pitchers
Driveline Programming w/TRAQ software to measure progress
With the best in class fitness training delivered by Power Train your son's strength and performance will sky rocket
Individual nutrition plan
Individual weight lifting and nutrition programs for all of our athletes. BIGGER, FASTER, STRONGER will happen for you at Koa Prep.
Professional coaching and personalized position training, will take your son's game to new heights.
SAT Prep, online college courses, and required reading your son's mind and body will be challenged at Koa Prep.
Summer/Fall Investment- $17,500 (no academics, baseball ONLY) + $3,500 for Academics & SAT Prep
Full Year Investment (11 months)- $37,500 commuters ($47,700 for boarding- DORMS are available) Partial scholarships and payment plans available!
Head of School
Tony grew up loving and playing sports. His first memory of competitive sports was a 10U club soccer team, he wasn’t the worst player, but definitely bottom third on the team. Fast forward eight years (and a sport change later) there were a dozen division-1 players including the Maryland Gatorade State Player on that squad. He was a late bloomer, Tony did not have any scholarship offers for baseball until late June after he already graduated high school. He accepted an offer to play baseball at UMBC and transferred to Florida Gulf Coast University after his first year in college. To read more, click here.