In this situation, the sample schedule highlights how Mia, a young player who loves soccer, wants the ability to come in an age-appropriate group as their schedule permits (on a daily basis if they prefer). In addition, she gets the chance to pull it all together in a Scrimmage Class once a week, which is scheduled earlier in the day at 5:45 pm–a time slot which is contiguous with their regular skills training.
This is a common scenario in which one of your kids may be a bit older and a little more committed. This sample schedule displays how both Jack and Jill get the ability to train throughout the week in an age-appropriate time slot (as their schedule permits). Jack also gets the once-a-week scrimmage class, which is a chance for them to have a reality check and see how they are pulling things together on a regular basis in a more realistic situation.
Players improve at their own pace, in their own unique way by taking advantage of a flexible schedule. If you were purchasing the Max Plan for just one player, it's fair to say that the program has a low price point for the entire semester–especially if you consider that the average semester is 4 months. The Max Plan is actually a family plan too, so the savings are compounded. In other words, whether you have one, two, three or more kids, you still only pay one low price that includes all of them. You'll notice that the 8-11 and 12-16 age bracket are displayed on the sample schedule at the same time throughout the week, although they wouldn't be training together per se. This makes scheduling easier and so much more convenient for a parent, logistically speaking.