Mission Statement

The mission is to prepare our athletes for a successful transition into their next phase of life.  Build a culture of developing high character individuals through competition and academics, to create community leaders!



Mission Tech Prep Academy is a private owned post graduate sports academy located in central Texas. At MTP we work with athletes looking to take a gap year, transfers looking to change their path and athletes looking to get into football to pursue the collegiate level. Once a student has graduated high school, earning their diploma students can take a gap year to prep for a transition into a four-year institution.

A gap year gives student athletes a chance to become acclimated with the college algorithm at a slower pace than starting off at a four-year institution.  Athletes that meet college standard scores can opt out of recovery classes to take courses at a local college or online as a part time student.  Remain under 12 credit hours (Save your clock). Get started with college courses by taking 1 or 2 general education courses (math or science) to get a feel for college courses. If you're an athlete who may have struggled academically, we've partnered with Education Solutions for grade recovery courses and ACT/SAT Prep courses. Contact a coach today!

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Education solutions is an accredited virtual school, working with middle school, high school and college prep students

They help students succeed academically by raising their GPAs with recovery courses and increasing test scores which are all NCAA approved.

They help students become ACADEMICALLY ELIGIBLE to qualify for next level; D1, D2, D3, NAIA.

Transcript evaluations will be done for each student enrolled in this program to confirm their eligibility for the next level transition

55mins to 1hr 1/2 long sessions in Math, Science, Reading, and English

Certified teachers in their subject matter

Helps with students finding scholarship money

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