Springboard Diving San Diego: Why Diving Helps Kids get Better Grades

Springboard diving doesn’t just build confidence and leadership skills, according to Pennsylvania State University and the University of South Carolina, kids who are active participants in club sports like springboard diving in San Diego prove to get better grades.  These two universities studied data from9,700 students aged 14-18 from urban, suburban, and rural areas and looked at those who participated in extracurricular activities like the springboard diving offered through Club Dive San Diego, and they also looked at students immersed in academic, vocational, and performing arts clubs. These studies scrutinized the correlations between the types of after-school activities and the student’s grades as well as their likeliness to progress on to higher education. They found that students who lived in rural areas or in the countryside were more likely to participate in extra curricular activities. The most interesting finding however was that according to the Times Educational Supplement team sports was the only extracurricular activity that saw significant and consistent positive effects on student’s grades throughout all schools both public and private. So why is springboard diving such a great option as a fun way to help a student perform with continuous good grades? Why Springboard Diving San Diego is Good for Academics Coach Marnie Young is the best springboard diving coach in San Diego for many reasons. Aside from being loved by kids and parents for the loving way she trains her students whom she regards as family, she also trains in a way to help students perform better in school when they are off the diving board. The Director of Adolescent and School Health for the Centers...