On Track Student of the WeekThursday, December 11, 2008 | 4:03 PM
ON TRACK CONGRATULATES ZACH ANDERSEN STUDENT OF THE WEEK!
On Track, the leader in customized education for motocross athletes looking to obtain a cutting edge education, would like to congratulate Zach Andersen as our Student of the Week!
Home: Hubbardston, Michigan
Sponsors: Lowe Racing, Recker Motorsports, Monster Energy, Excel Rims
Classes: Schoolboy, Schoolboy Lites
On Track is proud to be a part of the motocross community featuring
one of our many 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 offers a private school enrollment with
a distant learning approach.
Zach: “On Track has not only made it possible to succeed in school but it also has given me the time I need to focus on my riding and training.”
Andrea: “Zach has managed to not only stay on track since his enrollment into the On Track Private School in September, he has also maintained an A average in all of his subjects. I am very pleased with Zach's success and determination with his schoolwork. He is always available for weekly meetings, turns work in on time, and he puts in 100% effort in his assignments. Last year Zach’s mom, Mindy contacted me and they were able to plan on enrolling a year in advance so that Zach would be able to spend more time training. I would say it has paid off big time.
Congratulations Zach and keep up the good work!”
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.
28976 Bay Pointe Court
Menifee, CA 92584
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