Uncategorized ELITE PALM VALLEY SCHOOL NEW HOME FOR SOCAL COYOTES Posted on March 18, 2021 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (RANCHO MIRAGE) – For the first time in seven years, the six-time champion SoCal Coyotes have a new home. Post-Covid, America’s #1 Developmental Pro Football Program™ has moved its football and game day operations to Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage, where it will host 2021 spring games in the Gridiron Developmental Football League (GDFL). The Coyotes host their first game April 17 against San Diego. Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. Like the non-profit Coyotes, the elite Palm Valley School has a strong tradition of excellence. Since 1952, Palm Valley School has stood alone as the Coachella Valley’s only non-sectarian, college-prep, independent school. The 2020 graduating class earned more than $2 million in merit scholarships alone. Over the past decade, the Coyotes have distinguished themselves among the nation’s elite sports franchises and non-profit organizations, and are 88-13 under Hall of Fame head coach J David Miller. For the Coyotes, it’s also a step closer to home. Earlier this year, the Coyotes and its joint-venture partner Coachella Sports & Entertainment Stadium Authority (CSESA) moved into new administrative offices in Rancho Mirage. Through the past decade, the Coyotes have generously ‘paid it forward,’ offering significant financial support wherever they play. In recent years, the Coyotes have annually supported the Rae of Hope Boys Retreat at Palm Valley School, which is hosted by the Bianca Rae Foundation. The team’s heralded ‘Above the Line’ leadership camps, clinics and symposiums ignite packed crowds and inspire educators and students alike. NFL executives have named the Coyotes ‘America’s #1 Developmental Pro Football Program™’ for their national, scalable brands, community outreach programs, nine-year operational track record, verifiable data, youth curriculum, sales, public-private sector alliances, and measured results. “Palm Valley School is a beautiful campus, with a small-college vibe,” Coach Miller said. “The facilities are first-class. When we’re able to welcome back fans, it will be a remarkable game-day environment.” –Gisselle Gonzalez-Romo, Director of Public Relations ([email protected]) ABOUT THE SOCAL COYOTES The six-time champion SoCal Coyotes are the national standard of American developmental football, and are 88-13 under Hall of Fame head coach and non-profit founder J David Miller. The Coyotes’ organization provides elite athletes a professional environment that refines and showcases their skills through trademarked processes similar to the NBA’s D-league and MLB’s minor-league systems. Additionally, the Coyotes’ 501c3 and award-winning ‘Above The Line’ leadership programs impacts the social, mental and physical growth of more than 50,000 youth annually through remedial curriculum, training camps, clinics and symposia. ABOUT CSESA Coachella Sports and Entertainment Stadium Authority Corp. (CSESA) marks the advent of the Coachella Valley’s first and only centrally-based campus developer for sports, medicine, events, media, sports tourism and retail. CSESA’s unparalleled vision in sports tourism, medical, entertainment, restaurant, hotel and convention offerings will make it the region’s most active live content and event campus developer in Coachella Valley history. The Shield at 1 Coyote Way will soon be the desert’s premiere destination CSESA sports and entertainment partners are dedicated to all aspects of festival, exhibition, broadcast, merchandise and special events. CSESA believes the Coachella Valley’s greatest resource is its human potential, and invests heavily in community development and youth leadership initiatives. CSESA is the master developer of The Shield at 1 Coyote Way, a 588-acre, multi-use campus that will be a 365-day-a-year destination. The Shield will include indoor and outdoor sports centers for soccer, concerts, football, lacrosse, field hockey; more than 100,000 square feet of retail, food and beverage, and other community space; more than 2,000 housing units; three hotels; 200,000 square feet of commercial office space; and over 100,000 square feet of family entertainment.