Athletics
The Holy Apostles School athletic program provides a positive learning experience for Christian development through a competitive environment which teaches sportsmanship and teamwork while giving our students the opportunity to improve their knowledge of sports and skill levels. The program strives to develop self worth, sportsmanship, discipline, respect for authority, and physical well being.

2017 - 2018 Registration

Registration is now open for the 2017 - 2018 school year. Due to league registration deadlines that we must follow, we can not accept late registrations. Please register your kids early to avoid any disappointments. Register Now

  Early Registration Deadline Final Registration Deadline*
Volleyball June 23, 2017 July 14, 2017
Basketball August 25, 2017 September 15, 2017
  *Registration after the early deadline is an additional $10 fee

 
 
Programs Offered
  Season Coordinator Email
Volleyball Aug 15 - Nov 15 Matthew Nitka matthew.nitka@gmail.com
Basketball Nov 16 - Mar 15 Eric Susek ericsusek@yahoo.com
Track Mar 16 - May 31 Jim Ganzer jim@iwbmarketing.com
 

The Athletic Program relies on the support and involvement of the parents. The program needs volunteer help at many levels, such as; coaching, team managers, concessions, admissions, and gym supervision. Throughout the sports season, parents are needed to help with the operation of the gym during volleyball and basketball games and the track meets.

Volunteer Schedules
Sport Kitchen & Admissions Scorekeepers
Volleyball Schedule Schedule
Basketball Schedule Schedule
 

The Kitchen Duty Cheat Sheet has all the information volunteers need to help out with the concessions and admissions roles in the gym.

 

Athletic Association

The Athletic Association is the governing body responsible for establishing and operating the interscholastic athletic program for the students of Holy Apostles School. The association bylaws and sports guidelines can be found in the Athletic Association Handbook (Pending approval as of 9/1/2016)

Objectives of the Athletic Association
1. Offer a positive Christian learning experience.
2. Foster a sense of sportsmanship; how to win with grace and lose with dignity.
3. Foster social interaction and teamwork among participants.
4. Aid in the physical development and self-esteem of the student athlete.
5. Teach fundamentals of sports and help develop athletic skills within a competitive environment.

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