On Track Student of the Month: Michael LeibSaturday, April 26, 2008 | 2:30 PM
On Track, the leader in customized education for motocross athletes looking to obtain a cutting edge education, would like to congratulate Michael Leib as our Student of the Month!
Home: Menifee, CA
Class: 250 Intermediate, Schoolboy
Team: Chaparral Motorsports, American Honda, No Fear, Spy, Gaerne, Dunlop, SixSixOne, Rocket Exhaust, On Track, Panolin, rpm Science
On Track is proud to be a part of the motocross community where we can feature one of our many successful students.With over 100 students nationally in grades K-12, On Track welcomes the opportunity to recognize the hard work and dedication that our students demonstrate in order to achieve their goals.
Among the menu of curriculum options available, On Track is proud to be an associated school with Laurel Springs, a leader in distance learning. Michael was able to graduate a year and a half early, taking advantage of his down time due to injuries, and getting his schooling completed with great success. Michael received his diploma at his big bike debut at the World Mini last week.
Michael: “Without On Track I couldn’t do what I love. It was important to me to get a great education while pursuing my motocross passion of becoming a professional racer.”
Andrea: “I must admit, having your mom for a teacher must be tough! We made the best of our down time and worked ahead in school. Michael’s bonus will be graduating early and being able to concentrate solely on his racing career in the near future. I am proud as a teacher and a mother!”
Wow! Time for a celebration! Congratulations Michael!
For more information on customized learning solutions visit www.stayontrack.net or contact Andrea Leib at 909-374-8851 for an On Track brochure and list of current learning coaches.
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