High School Esports League | HSEL

Web Name: High School Esports League | HSEL

WebSite: http://www.highschoolesportsleague.com





Compete for Esports Glory at Your SchoolImprove student engagement, attendance GPA by offering Esports in schools 1-on-1 CallJoin Our Community of 3,000+ Schools 80,000+ Students WHO Trust HSEL to Always Put Students FirstSponsored By: Our MissionMake Esports available to every student as a legitimate varsity level sport in high schools across the nation. We achieve this by making it easy for faculty to offer students an opportunity to engage in healthy Esports competition, surrounded by peers, and supervised by teachers. Through organized Esports competition students will tie their commitment to gaming to their success in academics and future careers.We Offer STEM.org Accredited ExperiencesBy partnering with HSEL you are offering STEM.org accredited programs and curriculum. This gives your school access to grant and funding opportunities that you can apply to cover your cost of offering the HSEL at your school. You can contact us to learn more about applying for grants here. Want Esports classes taught at your school? Free Fortnite Tournaments this FallPLAY FORTNITE FOR FREE — NEW TOURNAMENTS EVERY WEEK "It brings people together and when they’re working together, it’s like any other team sport. They’re all for each other. We’re trying to also teach them compassion and good sportsmanship and that’s what we’re infusing with video games. It’s a team sport that any student can get involved in.” - Bennett High School and International Preparatory animation and design teacher Jackie Albarella WBFO "Professions in the video gaming world are not only realistic but lucrative and desirable. Our mindset needs to change with this field and that starts with programs like Jackie’s and mine.” - Andrew Franz, Special Education teacher at International Preparatory School at Grover Cleveland Buffalo News "These kids are talented, they’re skilled, they know a lot about computers. ... A lot of the kids are interested in things like coding. That’s the future; it’s an unbelievably important skill.” - Riverside Junior/Senior High School esports head coach and English teacher, Tom Borthwick Triboro Banner "The more we looked into it, the more we liked the idea and being able to really provide an opportunity for kids that might not have been involved in other extracurricular activities in school. About half of our kids that go out aren’t involved in any other sport or extracurricular. We felt like that was kind of a neat opportunity for them to get involved and connect with other kids.” "Esports students gain communication skills, participate in team building exercises and create lifelong friends with people they may have never met if it wasn't for the club. My hope is to create an environment that allows students to be themselves and to be proud of something they are good at.” “It gives our kids on campus another avenue to get involved. On our campus, we don’t want kids just walking around. We want them involved and this gives them that other avenue. I’m very proud of these kids.” “We are extremely excited to bring Esports under the interscholastic theme as an athletic activity. Gaming has become extremely popular across the country, and now students can experience Esports within an educational setting while also competing for a championship title and college scholarships.” "This was something they did that was fun, but now they can benefit from so much by being in this league. Studies have shown that they can also develop STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills. They can also learn about computer codes and game development. This will give them so many opportunities.” - Christopher Turner, Art Teacher, Publications, Esports Coach at Southern University Lab School The AdvocateInterested in Middle School Esports?High School Esports League has created a middle school league, where students can play with friends to kickstart their esports career, from middle school through to college!

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High School Esports League is the premier and largest national esports league that provides high school students the chance participate in competitive esports. High School esports creates an environment for students to thrive.

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