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Taylor Made Prep, Arizona's first college sports prep high school, offers an NCAA Certified curriculum.

 

Through our education partners and the advancement in technology, Taylor Made Prep offers a combination of traditional & non-traditional (online) education curriculum to student-athletes.

 

TMP’s staff is eager to foster academic and personal growth by offering exceptional e-classroom teaching, individual attention, ongoing academic counseling and monitoring as students excel in their courses to prepare for the future.

 

A structured college-preparatory curriculum is provided to students grades 6-12 and post-graduate students that challenges students to grow and mature in preparation for the next level.  To help create an individualized game plan to reach a student-athlete's goals of attending college and playing their sport at the collegiate level, we focus on providing an environment that nurtures both academic and athletic excellence.  Our goal is to enhance the college placement and recruitment potential of TMP’s student-athletes. 

To help create an individualized game plan to reach a student-athlete's goals of attending college and playing their sport at the collegiate level, we focus on five key areas: matching students with a college or university (NCAA, NAIA, NJCAA, CIS), academic preparedness, life skills, athletic recruiting, and time management.  We offer SAT and ACT preparation and courses that improve student transcripts for gaining admission to colleges and universities.

TMP's basketball teams practice and play home games at the Family Life Center (North Phoenix Baptist Church campus) in Phoenix, AZ.  TMP athletics is a member of the Prep Elite Conference (Los Angeles) and AMBL (Phoenix). In addition to conference games, our teams play versus college teams, national high school teams, and in various tournaments throughout the country including the Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas.  Our schedule offers great exposure opportunities that highlight our players to college recruiters in attendance.