Scott Fish, principal of UP Development in Franklin, Tennessee, stands out as the purchaser and redeveloper of what is now the A-Game Sportsplex. Developer Scott Fish purchased the facility to prevent its shutdown, and has since donated it back to the community as a thriving ice arena.
In addition to its traditional youth programs and adult leagues, A-Game Sportsplex hosts a number of classes for home-school students. Its 2015 offerings include two winter sessions and two spring sessions, the latest of which begins April 22. The Sportsplex welcomes children age 6 and above to these hour-long Wednesday afternoon classes, which include 30 minutes of instructional time and a 30-minute practice session.
A-Game Sportsplex also sponsors a fitness class for homeschoolers. The spring 2015 session runs until May 14 and includes a variety of games and activities, including basketball, ice skating, laser chase, and weight training. Children are welcome to stay and eat their own bagged lunches at the Sportsplex after class. Each class is available on a drop-in basis or in unlimited packages sold by the month or semester.