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  • 02:02

    Hales Franciscan Alumni Unite To Save Their High School

    in Women

    Hales Franciscan High school, a private Catholic institution known for its long standing tradition of high academic achievement, was in danger of closing due to decreased enrollment, creating a financial crisis that school alumni have come together to resolve. During their recent awards banquet, school officials announced a plan to seek out 25 top scholars to enroll in the school to continue its legacy. Formerly an all boys school and now a co-ed facility, Hales Franciscan has maintained a 100% success rate in graduating its students and preparing them for acceptance into college. Attorney, educator and talk show host Jerome P. Barney explains what has helped Hales create successful student graduates and why radio station WVON has come aboard to launch a drive to increase its enrollment.

  • 00:47

    Do High School Students Dream Virtual Fails?

    in Education

    A play on Philip K. Dick book, "Do Androids Dream Electric Sheep", on which the Ridley Scott directed movie 'Blade Runner' was based on, a majority of today’s high school students seem to embrace failure as an option because they either 1) feel that they will be bailed out by a teacher because of pressure to give the students a passing grade, or 2) they will always be served by a society that has conditioned them to think that society will wait on them hand and feet thereby the student doesn't have to do anything. Kinda like a diner in a restaurant waiting to be served by the waiter/waitress. I have seen the future of this country in classrooms, and it’s frightening. Yet, are too many of todays students doing what the school system has conditioned them to do? Lets talk about it.

  • 00:30

    Do You Remember Some Of The Crazy Things You Did In High School??

    in Social Networking

    Join the show as we discuss some of the craziest things that you did in high school over the few years that you were in high school. Join the show at 6:30pm. Call (818)301-5834.

  • 01:02

    FHSTCA Perspective on High School Tennis,with Linda LeClaire

    in Sports

    FHSTCA Next Radio Podcast Thursday at 5 PM


    Thursday we will be talking with Author and Mental Coach, Linda LeClaire. Since your high school team can't afford your own Energy Coach , we will discuss her two books “Yes, God Speaks to Women too!” and “The Confidence Factor”.


    You can call 714-583-6853 between 5 & 6 PM with any questions or just listen.


    Thursday, May 7th, our start time moves to 5:30PM and our quest is David Geatz, University of Pennsylvania Head Men's Tennis Coach. Listen live or at your convenience at BlogTalkRadio/UR10SNetwork.


     


     



     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:02

    FHSTCA Perspective on High School Tennis, Guest Jorge Capestany, PTR Master Pro

    in Sports

    Author and founder of www.TennisDrills.tv, Jorg Capestany is a contributor to the FHSTCA High School Team Coach Certification program. Coach Capestany discusion will include his Building Tennis I Q.


     


    June 4th quest will be FHSAA Sports Administrator William Adams, who is a contributor of the FHSTCA training program.

  • 02:01

    Graduation: How Have We Prepared This Year's High School Class For Adulthood?

    in Women

    It's Prom season, the annual last dance of the year, when man look forward to that special evening with hopefully the date of their dreams. Too often prom night is promoted as the night for a boy and girl to lose their virginity, if they haven't already, and this is somehow the mark of adulthood. Graduation ends their high school career, but what are they ready to contribute to the world after school is over? Do they have professional skills, a trade, a business idea they can explore, any means of earning a living? What if they can't afford college, or what if they must work their way through college, what can they do? What if they must leave their parents' home and live on their own, are they ready? This has been a stressful season for youth, facing violence from the streets and from police, even if they enroll in college, so what have we equipped them with in order to survive as legal adults, age 18, when they are done with high school. We're all set to celebrate the transition from one phase of life to the next, but after the celebration, what then? Have we really prepared our youth for the next phase of their lives? Sholanda Parker of B&B Creations shares her observations as one who is an event planner and creative designer in the business of helping others celebrate life's big moments. Joining us in our second hour will be Ken Ealy a professional barber from Mod Style Barber Shop, and he'll take a look at some surprising new trends in hair design.

  • 01:00

    FHSTCA Perspective on High School Tennis, Guest John Embree, USPTA Ex Dir

    in Sports

    John Embree, Executive Director of the USPTA will be discusing the expected roll out of a new school coaches membership category in August of 2015. The FHSTCA and other State Tennis Coaches Association formulated ideals with the Executive Director this past December.


     


    May 28th guest will be PTR Master Proand contributor to FHSTCA Certification Program, Jorge Capestany

  • 01:02

    FHSTCA Perspective on Florida High School All Star Tennis Tournament

    in Sports

    Thursday, April 23rd, we hope to talk with the FHSTCA Regional tennis coaches, who can talk about the teams they will be bringing to the 4th Annual Florida High School All Star Tournament at Winter Park Tennis Center. Maybe we can talk with a few of the All Star players.


    For comments, or to listen live call 714-583-6853, busy tune into BlogTalkRadio/ur10snetwork at your convenience.


    April 30th, we will be talking to sport psychologist Lind LeClaire, author of “Yes,God speaks to Women too” and “The Confidence Factor”.


     

  • 01:02

    FHSTCA Perspective on High School Tennis, Open Mike

    in Sports

    April 2nd; No scheduled quest; we want to hear from you. Do you have suggestions for high school tennis, complaints, remarks or just want to talk about up coming All Star Tournament? Call 714-583-6853 to join the conversation and tell us what is on your mind or to just listen. Time not right, than go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork and listen at your convenience.


     


    April 9th our guest will be Mike Rahaley, Tennis Pro and Tournament Director of SorensenRealestate.com Tennis Classic, A USTAS pro Circuit Event. Tell your friend to call in at 714-583-6853.

  • 01:01

    FHSTCA Perspective on High School Tennis, All Star Tournament discusion

    in Sports

    Thursday, April 16th, we are looking to talk with Winter Park Tennis Center Director, Angie Zguna, as well as some of the other people who make the 4th Annual Florida High School All Star Tournament posible. You can call 714-583-6853 with your remarks, or just listen.  Busy, then tune in later at Blogtalkradio/ur10snetwork.


    Thursday, April 16th, we hope to talk with the FHSTCA Regional tennis coaches, who can talk about the teams they will be bringing to the 4th Annual Florida High School All Star Tournament at Winter Park Tennis Center. 


     

  • 00:42

    FREEDOM MATTERS:A NEW CURRICULUM FOR HIGH SCHOOL

    in Education

    FREEDOM MATTERS:A NEW CURRICULUM  FOR HIGH SCHOOL


    The new curriculum from The Bush Center connecting the foundations of freedom to today's global struggles for liberty with Amanda Schnetzer, Director of The Human Freedom Initiative