Athletics

AT THIS TIME, DUE TO COVID-19, NELSON MANDELA ATHLETICS HAVE BEEN PUT ON HOLD FOR THE FALL SEASON. PLEASE CHECK BACK ON NOVEMBER 1ST FOR A WINTER SPORT UPDATE.


Participation in Athletics at Nelson Mandela High School is a wonderful opportunity we provide for our students. Being on a school team is often positively associated with increased academic performance, as well as contributing positively to school culture. 

As a member of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA), Nelson Mandela High School has the opportunity to participate in the following athletics programs at the Junior and Senior Levels.

  • Fall Season – Football, Cross Country, Soccer and Volleyball
  • Winter Season  – Basketball, Badminton, Swimming, Wrestling 
  • Spring Season – Boys Soccer, Rugby, Track and Field , Field Hockey

Visit calgaryhighschoolsports to view current sport schedules.




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