The New Orleans Academic Games League wants to help its players—from beginners to the most experienced students—better prepare for the upcoming tournament season. NOAGL will plan to host monthly practices as opportunities for interested students to learn from each other and experienced adults across our member schools. Hopefully, by allowing players from different schools to meet once a month, they will (1) gain knowledge to become nationally-competitive players, (2) become more devoted to the Academic Games program, and (3) develop better relationships with their Academic Games peers. All current Academic Games students are invited to attend these interschool practices.
The first NOAGL Interschool Practice will be held on Saturday, July 1, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Jesuit High School. Adult moderators from each school with attendees are asked to be present during the practice. If a faculty member from a school cannot be present, then a parent/guardian from the school should be present (in case of an emergency).
Anyone planning to attend can RSVP by sending an email to Mr. Craig Zeller so that enough materials can be prepared for the practice.
We understand that not every student will be able to attend this first practice session. There will be more announced to all NOAGL families at a later date.