WMPCS Eagles

Washington Montessori Eagles

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Children and students do not become successful by accident; they train in the classroom and on the field to achieve their best.   Athletics, sportsmanship and striving to compete at one’s fullest potential are integral parts of the development of the whole child.

 

For more information about sports offered at WMPCS or to schedule games, please contact Scott Purser (scott.purser@wmpcs.org).

To participate in any of the school’s athletic programs/teams the following forms must be submitted to Scott Purser:  Athletic Participation Forms

Coaches are responsible for setting and managing the practice schedules.  Game schedules are available on the school’s website.   Games may be cancelled with short notice please be sure to check the school calendar often.

 

Transportation to and from the games is ultimately the responsibility of the parents.  School vans are available for most away games, but if there are multiple teams playing away parents may be asked to provide additional transportation.

 

Cross Country

Competitive girls and boys’ cross country in the fall for middle and high school.

 

Intramural Cross Country for Upper Elementary students grades 4th-6th.

 

Spartan Team

Events are throughout the year.   Participation on the school’s conditioning team is required.  The conditioning Coach has the final determination if a student is able to participate in the events.

 

Soccer

Co-ed fall and spring soccer for students 6th graders through high school.   

 

Volleyball

Fall girls’ volleyball for students 6th graders through high school.   

 

Basketball

Winter boys’ and girls  high school and middle school basketball.

 

Softball

Spring girls high school and middle school softball in partnership with Unity Christian School..

Some practices start in August.  Students can join the teams throughout the season.  School academic achievement and behavior policies govern the school’s athletic program and teams.   Teams are not guaranteed if there are not enough students to make a full team.