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Celebrating Success

On behalf of everyone here at Hartland Athletics, We’d like to thank you for your continued support of hartlandeagles.com.  With your support, we have earned a place in the Top 15 most visited sites (15th place) in Michigan, and the Top 100 Nationally (96th Place).  We hope that you help us to continue to achieve

Virtue = Strength

Please share this article with all of your coaches, players and parents. In our “me, me, me” world, this is a heroic testimonial to virtue. This article is an excellent addition to the material for next week’s virtue of Resiliency. If you are not partnering with us, you are missing out. Virtue = Strength SportsLeader

Are you following us?

Social Media is the information highway and we are thrilled to make it easy to follow our amazing teams throughout their seasons.  Of course you can find Hartland Athletics right here at Hartlandeagles.com, but we are also on Facebook and Twitter.  The Athletic Department would like to give a shout out to the Hartland Teams

College Bound Athletes-Alumni Athletes: THIS IS FOR YOU!

Are you headed off to college or a current college athlete that is looking for a way to train this summer?  Well this is it! Join Hartland Alumni and 2016 graduates at the Legacy Center to continue your training and be in the possible condition possible for the next season.  $100 off  the summer tuition

To the Class of 2016…

To the Class of 2016, Hartland graduates, please take the time to watch this powerful video with words from Admiral William H. McRaven before your high school commencement. If you want to Change the World, start off by making your bed… “Start each day with a task completed. Find someone to help you through life.

More KLAA News

By Mick McCabe, Detroit Free Press The Kensington Lakes Activities Association is putting out a “help wanted” sign, of sorts. With the expected withdrawal of 10 of the 24 member schools made official this week, the league is looking for replacement schools. The league will remain intact with all 24 members for the 2016-17 school