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Educational Programs

Favor House offers members many year-round educational opportunities in the areas of academics, nutrition, health and fitness. Contact us for more information on how you can participate or get involved.


Favor House educational programs are centered around preparing students for scholastic achievements throughout their studies in math, reading, social studies and science.


We now know that many common health problems can be prevented or alleviated with a healthy diet. Favor House offers a low-calorie/high-protein dietary program with a zero-tolerance junk food policy to keep our kids healthy, flexible, and energetic. Students will be able to combat diabetes and other diseases at an early age with direct access to healthy eating and dieting courses that encourage good nutrition habits.


Favor House works with healthcare providers to facilitate health courses and programs to improve both mental/physical endurance and physique while preventing future health-related issues.

Some of our health offerings include:

  • Georgia Favor House S.U.G.A.R. Program: Study Under Great Athletes to Race Towards Excellence!
  • Physical classes with a focus in stretching and aerobic exercise
  • Therapeutic classes with a focus in meditation
  • We’re also looking to further our efforts in combating drug influence to break bad addictions. If you have resources for us or would like to partner with Favor House, please contact us.


Favor House values physical fitness over nearly everything else. We believe physical fitness can be achieved through exercise, healthy dieting, and adequate rest. The Georgia Favor House Track Club holds daily training practices and competes in several statewide tournaments and national competitions at track meets around the state.

Our physical fitness training program operates around the idea of specific or task-oriented fitness, where a person has the ability to perform a specific activity with a reasonable efficiency (think: a military solider or a soccer player).

Some more examples are:

  • Short distance running a 100 m sprint: the athlete must be trained to work anaerobically throughout the race.
  • Marathon running: in this case the athlete must be trained to work aerobically and their endurance must be built to a maximum.
  • Public heroes like firefighters and police officers undergo regular fitness testing to determine if they are capable of the physically demanding tasks required of the job.

Remember to run, breathe and rest!