Coaches are awesome - super patient and encouraging. Great learning environment - not competitive or intimidating. Laid back and fun atmosphere but very organized- keep to the schedule every time. And it’s so nice to have practice and game in one session, once a week.
We love the coaching staff and the direction that you give our son. We love the flexibility of the schedule and the professionalism that is demonstrated. i9 is a great program and we really are enjoying it. Thank you so much.
I like how i9 is inclusive of boys and girls and parents are encouraged to coach if they are able. I like how the younger children are encouraged to improve their skills as athletes above the overall competitiveness of winning a game. This helps the athletes to have fun and learn the game and not feel pressure to win every time.
My son just joined the t-ball league this season and I have been not only impressed with the communication within the league, but the skills and positive sportsmanship the coaches are teaching as well. My son is having a blast!
The convenience of having practices/games coincide with each other and other that they’re scheduled on the weekends. I also enjoy the fundamentals the coaches teach in regards to teamwork, sportsmanship, and the basic skills of the sports.
Our family likes that my son is learning how to play football without all the pressure. He was in a "traditional" sports program and getting benched for not being "good enough." For goodness sake, not every kid is a naturally gifted athlete, but a lot want to try really hard and learn. We also like that there is always one set day every week that my son needs to be somewhere, and the time may change slightly, but we can expect to be there every Saturday. My husband works long hours, in our other sports program sometimes we were needed on Thursday, Tuesday, Monday, etc. And it changed from week to week. And the worst part was sometimes our coach wouldn't let us know until that morning. With enough warning, my husband can switch his schedule, but if we never known what is expected he cannot.