06.04
2016
Starts at 8:15am
Championship Sat.

GAME CHANGING PROGRAMS

Game changing programs present students with experiences that transform how they see themselves and their relationship to the world around them. These experiences encourage students in our programs to reenvision what is possible for them to do, be, and achieve in the world. Change at this level leads students to develop qualities such as determination, persistence, and grit along with the knowledge and skills necessary for post-secondary success. We invite you to explore our programs and join us in supporting our students who are engaged in a daily quest for opportunities to imagine, create, and contribute to the world we all share. Join us in supporting more bright stars through our programs.

After School Program

Our activities are guided by student interests and leadership.

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Prime Time Games Middle School Program

A sports inclusion program that transforms ‘at-risk’ to role model.

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Prime Time Games High School League

Our sports inclusion high school athletic leagues in basketball, football, and soccer.

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Recent News

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Upcoming Events

Championship Saturday June 4 at UCLA!      

 

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LA Galaxy And Honda Team up With TPT

Socal Honda Dealers and LA Galaxy Kick-Off Annual “Pass It Forward” Philanthropic Campaign With a Post-Practice Announcement at Stubhub Center Join LA Galaxy Players Chandler Hoffman and James Riley to Raise Awareness for Children’s Institute Inc, Team Prime Time and Los Angeles Futbol Club Youth Soccer Academy. Carson, Calif (Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014) — LA […]

 

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Life Lessons on the Basketball Court – Wall Street Journal

LOS ANGELES — Sarah Esther Wolin caught a pass from Baylee Thomas, dribbled down the court and buried a three-pointer, bringing Fairfax High School within two points of rival Venice High. The crowd in the bleachers roared. Their teamwork could set a national example. Sarah Esther is 17 years old and has Down syndrome; Baylee, […]