Athletics

Due to COVID-19 all junior high and middle school athletic seasons are post-poned at this point.  A decision of if and when athletics will resume will come sometime in November 2020.  Please check back for more information.

The interscholastic extracurricular athletic program is based on the interest of the students and the availability of coaches.

Teams are available for competition between schools and are for all genders at both the junior (Grade 7/8) and senior level (Grade 8/9) or at each grade level (grade 7, 8 and 9) depending on the sport. Participation in these programs is optional, on a tryout basis.

  • Cross Country Running: September-October
  • Volleyball: September-November
  • Basketball: January-March
  • Badminton: March-April
  • Track & Field: April-June

Schedules:

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