PFP FUTURES PROGRAM
The FUTURES Program offers cutting edge of training and development for PITCHERS, CATCHERS AND HITTERS chosen through an application process. This 10-week course offers a similar curriculum to the Varsity School. Surrounded by athletes with similar work ethics and goals, students are trained in a high-energy environment. Constructed by Denise Davis and her team of dynamic coaches, the curriculum is developed to fully train the skills of pitching, catching and hitting long with additional sports performance training, mechanics enhancement, timing work, speed measurements, plate strategy and alternate pitches.
PFP FUTURES PROGRAM INFORMATION
What is the Futures Program?
The Futures Program is a 10-week condensed replica of the highly successful PFP Varsity School. This program will be built and implemented by Denise Davis. The powerful and dynamic team of coaches at PFP lends to an intense and high-energy learning environment. Just like the Varsity program, great levels of energy and focus will be given to the students of this program. This 10-week FUTURES Program will run an abbreviated yet parallel curriculum to the Varsity Program.
The FUTURES Program is a select program, with students that are chosen through an application process by Denise Davis. Students will be surrounded by high-level athletes with similar work ethics and goals. The program is constructed by Denise and implemented by Denise and a team of other highly qualified instructors. The curriculum is developed to fully train the pitchers and catchers with the presentation of physical and mental strength and sports performance training, mechanics enhancement, timing work, speed measurements, plate strategy, alternate pitches, catching and hitting. The program will also include LIVE PITCHING/HITTING competition in the inner squad challenge.
This program will be on the cutting edge of training and development. The students will be constantly monitored and well- cared for. Pitchers train for 2 hours and catchers for 2.5 hours each week.
The Futures Program is an EXCELLENT edge in the application process to the Varsity Program. There will be a small number of slots that will become available with the graduation of several seniors next spring. Earning a position in the main program will be a highly competitive event next year.
Who should apply to the Futures Program?
Only PITCHERS, CATCHERS and HITTERS with serious goals and willingness to work hard and make positive change will be accepted. Players must be passionate about softball and becoming a well-rounded player as well as willing to commit practice time.
What are the days and times of the Futures Program?
Saturdays 11:00am - 1:00pm (*Catchers 11:00am - 1:30pm)
Tuesdays 5:00pm - 7:00pm
How are the groups assigned?
Denise Davis will assign group rosters based on abilities and class chemistry. Groups will be assembled with respect to experience, body awareness, mechanics, speed, pitch menu and age. Please do not request a group time.
How does the admissions process work?
Application must be completed and submitted for review.
Rolling admissions: Beginning June 1 and ending when the program is full.
Upon acceptance, enrolled students must sign Letter of Intent
What are the requirements of the Futures Program?
A catcher/parent/friend/relative who can catch.
Academically eligibility and good citizenship.
All outstanding balances paid in full.
What are the steps to secure a spot in the Futures Program?
Complete the Application (see links above). Completing this form will require a student registration/application fee. Upon acceptance, this fee will be applied to your ESOFT account.
Log into your ESoft Account. Here you will be given the choice to Pay in Full or set up Monthly Payments.
What is the tuition of the Futures Program?
What is the Futures Program Calendar?
What is the Futures Program Policy?
After 2 warnings and a player/parent/coach conference, any student who does not cooperate with the philosophies, goals, assignments, training regimes, academic eligibility and/or misconduct policy (including drug and alcohol policy) will be dismissed from program and the balance of the yearly tuition is required to be paid in full.
Reservation 1 and/or Payment in Full must be made upon acceptance into the program to secure a spot. If you have chosen the Monthly Payment Plan, the following 2 payments are due on January 6th and February 17th. Any late payments will be subject to a $20 late payment fee.
In the event of short-term, acute injury, players are requested to attend classes to learn by observation. In the unfortunate event of long-term injury, with a valid medical documentation, a medical leave of absence from the program will take place.
In the event of extremely inclement weather, classes will be cancelled. There is a one make-up opportunity for any weather-related cancellations made by PFP at the end of the 10 weeks (please see calendar for date). There will be no other make-up opportunities. Private lessons will not be exchanged for missed groups. Make-ups are not available for schedule conflicts, sickness or vacations. It is the student’s responsibility to attend the pre-paid sessions regularly.