Students in the program benefit from spending part of their school day improving their sports performance and skill while benefiting from Fairmont’s award-winning academic curriculum and teachers. Participants receive Athletic Academy training as a class each day of the week, along with sports training three times a week. Working with sport-specific coaches and experienced trainers, each student follows a customized training regimen. The academy is powered by The Treigning Lab, a world-class training facility, which leverages science and technology to maximize physical fitness and overall athletic performance.
SPORT SPECIFIC | Working with sport-specific trainers and coaches, athletes have time dedicated in their school day for skill development and training in their chosen sport.
ACADEMICS | Fairmont Schools’ elevated learning experience and high level academics provide the educational foundation for an innovative school day structure.
TRAINING | Powered by The Treigning Lab, a world-class training facility, Fairmont’s program uses science and technology to maximize individual performance. Students work with expert coaches and trainers on a comprehensive, customized training regiment.
As an organization, we believe in the power of collaboration and community. We partner with experts in each area of focus to meet the personalized needs of our student-athletes.
The Treigning Lab
A world-class training facility that leverages science + technology
TSTREET Volleyball club
Ranked the #1 volleyball club in California
Strikers Soccer Club
Orange County’s #1 youth soccer club
Director of Sports Science
A world-renowned math instructor and veteran Fairmont faculty member, Sam Calavitta has been teaching and coaching for nearly 35 years. He founded the Treigning Lab with the goal of developing the most comprehensive performance and recovery program in the world, thereby producing exceptionally well-prepared athletes.
Head of Strength + Conditioning
“This program is a game-changer. To have strength, speed, and agility training, alongside rehab and recovery using the technology and the tools we have blended with a high-level education is life-changing. This type of program can put you years ahead of others in your age group.”
Head of Soccer Development
“Our philosophy is that nothing comes without hard work. If you put in the time, then good things will happen. I want our student-athletes to play soccer the right way. Hard work, proper technical and tactical training are all important aspects of the game. Nothing comes for free. If you develop the players correctly, then winning comes naturally.”
HEAD OF VOLLEYBALL DEVELOPMENT
Bailey Tanner played at Tstreet from 12-18 years old. She then went on to the University of Washington, where the Huskies won multiple PAC12 titles and went deep in the NCAA tournament. While there, Bailey earned All American, as well as first-team PAC12 honors. After a professional season in Poland, she now coaches the 13-1s team at Tstreet. In 2019, she was on the coaching staff for the USAV Girls Open Championship 16-1s team that finished 1st in every national tournament it attended that season. In her time at Tstreet, Bailey has coached 12U, 13U, 16U, and 17U teams, many of which have medaled on the national stage.
Khrystianne Padua “KP”
“As an athletic trainer, I have the opportunity to be part of every athletic team’s highs and moments of growth. What I love most is helping an athlete overcome injury and watching them return to the field or court — doing what they love to do.”
Boys Head Basketball Coach
Mr. Brennan will be our Boys Head Basketball Coach and will also work with the basketball students in our Athletic Academy. He brings over 13 years of coaching experience including his own basketball training company called “Brennan Basketball” where he worked with more than 100 athletes to help them achieve their athletic and academic goals. For the past three years, Mr. Brennan worked at Mater Dei High School as the Assistant Coach for the Girls Basketball team and was responsible for Lead Player Development. He coached Men’s Basketball at Fullerton and Cypress College and Boys Basketball at Loara High School. Mr. Brennan’s philosophy and passion for coaching, teaching, and supporting student athletes will be incredibly beneficial to our Warrior Community.
Swipe to see more content.