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Clubs and Activites

A variety of after-school activities are available to allow students to apply their learning, to stretch their creativity and curiosity, and to be in community with students from multiple grade levels. Offered clubs include: Robotics, Chess Club, Spirit Club, Tae Kwon Do, Ballet, Visual Arts Conservatory, Choir, Band Conservatory, and Academic Bowl. 

More information about clubs will be available soon for the 2018-2019 school year.

 

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Athletics

We accept that the basic principle that extracurricular activities are to have a blend of academic excellence, character building experiences, and spiritual development. A primary goal of the Athletic Program shall be to teach sportsmanship and teamwork among players.

A variety of sports options exist and may include cross country, basketball, track and field, football, and volleyball, for students in grades 3 – 8. Although different sports are open to different age groups, this can vary depending on participants and sponsorship. All school-sponsored sports are coordinated through the Athletic Directors, Mrs. Wilson and Ms. Bishop.

Yearly physicals are required of any middle school student wishing to participate in sports. The physical must be dated after May 1st of the previous school year and must be in the office by the first day of school. Parents may be required to attend a pre-participation meeting during the year held by the Athletic Director to inform parents of expectations and other regulations.

Physical Form

upcoming Events

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