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Is it okay not to join a highschool sports team?

Is it okay not to join a highschool sports team? Topic: Case sports
June 16, 2019 / By Crofton
Question: Well school is just around the corner and everybody I know is going to be part of a high school sports team. I am not saying I don't play sports, I am saying that the sport I play is not any way shape or formed affiliated with my high school. I know my academics are important too, but sports is the way to make friends in high school, or at least that's what I heard. By the way, the sport I play is basketball. I play with this Filipino youth group to compete. In case you didn't read the question completley, I AM IN A SPORTS TEAM. The team I am in is not affiliated with my high school at all. In fact, the whole program is not with my school.
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Asia Asia | 4 days ago
I have known people who played in sports outside of High School because they thought that they would have a better chance at a professional career. It turns out that just the opposite is true. Having already been through High School and also seen the friendships, opportunities, etc. that arise, I would say that you'd probably benefit more from a High School team. Not only do they offer free uniforms, competition outside of the immediate area with free transportation, free facilities and practice areas, but also very often insurance through the school. HS team is the way to go I'd say.
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I have known people who played in sports outside of High School because they thought that they would have a better chance at a professional career. It turns out that just the opposite is true. Having already been through High School and also seen the friendships, opportunities, etc. that arise, I would say that you'd probably benefit more from a High School team. Not only do they offer free uniforms, competition outside of the immediate area with free transportation, free facilities and practice areas, but also very often insurance through the school. HS team is the way to go I'd say.

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