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After School Sports

The After School Sports Program is an ongoing program that offers various sports in five to six-week blocks. There are no try-outs and students are not "cut." Membership on a team simply requires a desire to play and the appropriate commitment to being a team player. 

Program Objectives

  • Provide an opportunity for students to experience a variety of competitive sports in a safe and supportive environment.

  • Develop fundamental athletic skills that prepare participants for advanced competition.

  • Reinforce life skills of respect, cooperation, and effort in a competitive environment.

  • To have fun and promote school pride.


Program Funding

The After School Sports program operates solely on a donation basis.  These monies help pay for coaches and referees.  A donation of $65 for each sport played will be requested during sign-ups each season.

Student Athletic Behavior Expectations

Students who participate in After School Sports are expected to

  • Exhibit desirable behavior at all times while representing the school.

  • Respect my opponent, fellow students, team members, coaches, and spectators.

  • Exercise self-control at all times, and accept and respect the officials’ judgment and interpretation of the rules.

  • Maintain a 2.0 grade point average in school in order to be eligible to participate in after school sports.

  • Not use drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or any other harmful substance.

  • Demonstrate good sportsmanship and cooperative behavior.

  • Respect school property and the property of students and people in the community.


How to Sign Up

Listen to the morning announcements and look for fliers around campus and in the P.E. locker rooms notifying students of when to sign up for a sport.  Students will be instructed where to sign up, where to pick up paperwork and when to attend the first practice after school.