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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.



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

Volleyball: Early Registration - June 24

Final Registration - July 15

Basketball: Early Registration - August 25

Final Registration - September 15

Track & Field: Early Registration - March 1

Final Registration - March 31


Basketball and Volleyball Practices and League Play

Fifth and sixth grade teams may be scheduled for a maximum of 2 practices per week, each being no more than 90 minutes in length.


Seventh and eighth grade teams may be scheduled for a maximum of 2 practices per week, each being no more than 2 hours in length. 


Practices will utilize the gyms at Holy Apostles and also at Mary Queen of Saints.


The boys and girls basketball teams will play in the Parkview Parochial League.



Volleyball: August 15 - November 15

Coordinator - Melissa Herrington

Basketball: November 16 - March 15

Coordinator - Rob Brenton

Track & Field: April 12 - May 31

Coordinator - Liz Dinon

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.

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


  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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