We believe that interscholastic athletics are an integral part of the educational experience. The athletic skills developed are actually secondary to the mental, emotional, and social skills that each coach strives to instill in their players. Athletics teaches us how to compete, while also teaching us how to handle both success and failure with grace and dignity. In addition, athletics teaches us that through hard work and dedication we can improve ourselves. Through this same hard work and dedication, we can aspire to challenging goals and achieve them.
With these thoughts in mind we strive to align our athletic department priorities as follows:
God & Family
It is not a coincidence that Individual ranks fifth on our list. Those that place an inappropriate importance on the concept of Individual status or achievement will have a much more difficult time realizing all of the finest benefits that team sports have to offer!
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE (Effective on Jan 1, 2017)
No student will be allowed to participate in an activity, athletic event, or practice unless he or she was in attendance for all periods of that school day. The exceptions for this are medical/dental appointments, (Dr.’s note required) and family emergencies. The student or parent is to receive PRIOR administrative approval, from the Principal, Assistant Principal or Athletic Director, for appointments or family emergencies.