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The latest bowl series football, NCAA D-1 basketball, and baseball news, awards, info, records, results, rosters, scores, standings, statistics, and much more.
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High school can be a busy time for every student, but for athletes, that business can be tenfold. Learning how to balance sports, academics, social lives and downtime takes serious dedication and time management skills. To help maximize your time, try these tips to learn how to manage high school sports and academics.

•Schedule your week in advance. Set aside realistic times to study, practice, train, and meet other obligations, and stick to the schedule as much as possible.

•Use the same place to study each day. This will make it a regular part of your schedule and soon will be second nature.

•Be flexible when you can. Remember that life happens, so while sticking to your schedule is important, there are times when you will have to switch things up.

• Don't forget about downtime. If you are constantly running, working, studying and practicing, you may start to feel burned out. Even if you're just setting aside 30 minutes each evening to read for pleasure, make sure your schedule includes some time to relax and unwind.

•If you find an area where you are struggling, don't ignore it. If a certain subject is giving you trouble, seek out a tutor to help with your studies before your grades start to slide. If a certain skill on the field is giving you trouble, schedule some extra time each day to work on it.

•Remember to have fun! Be a good student and a hard-working athlete, but also take time to enjoy yourself.

•Sticking to the same routine may at first seem mundane, but by doing so, you'll find that completing everything on time and on schedule will come more and more easily.

•Set high expectations for yourself, but don't be too hard on yourself either. Remember that occasionally, we all drop the ball.

•    Experiment with study and practice schedules & styles until you find the time management techniques that work best for you. Many schools may have counselors on hand who have specific training in time management. Use these resources!

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Posted on: 03:12 PM - 26 May 13

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