• R.E.P.S. - Raising Evanston Performance Standards

    How does anyone get better at anything? 

    Consistent, intentional, correct repetitions (REPS) of the same activity over and over again. 

    “You don’t practice until you do it right. You practice until you can’t do it wrong.”

    REPS provides opportunities for students to improve their sport-specific skills through maximum repetitions during 55-minute sessions of self-directed practice at ETHS on select holidays and weekends.

    Per IHSA bylaws, once students are at a session, activities must be student-led with no instruction or feedback by the supervisor. Outside of the sessions, a coach may provide information on ways to improve during this self-directed time.


    After School Strength & Speed Training Opportunities

    • Speed Training Course

    • If you want to take our speed course, which is offered Monday-Friday from 3:45-4:30 you must attend one of the speed evaluation days on October 23rd (2:20-4:00) or  October 24 (12-1:30) on Lazier. After your evaluation is completed, you will then be able sign up for the days of the week you want to attend our speed courses from October 30-December 20.  Please bring cleats to the evaluation or gym shoes if you do not have cleats. We require a minimum of 2 day a week commitment for our speed course.  To register for one of the speed evaluation days, click this link: 
    • Weight Training Course

    • If you want to take one of our weight training courses you must attend an evaluation day October 25,26, or 27 from 3:45-5:00 in the weight room. Based on your evaluation you will be eligible to enroll in either our Mastering the Basics Course or our SST+ course for the days you choose which start on October 30.. These courses require a minimum of 2 day a week attendance. To register for one of the weight training evaluation days, click this link: 
  • ETHS Concussion Management Plan

    The following procedures are related to the Student Athlete Concussions and Head Injuries policy (Section 7: Students, 7:305) and have been developed to aid in insuring that concussed athletes are identified, treated and referred appropriately based on current knowledge and evidenced-based standards of care. This plan helps to ensure that all students receive appropriate care during the school day (including academic assistance if necessary) and are fully recovered prior to returning to physical activity.

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