School Life

Athletics

Welcome

The Calvary Christian School Athletic Program seeks to provide a safe and active environment where students have the privilege of participating in a sport, while at the same time representing their school. The Athletic Program strives to integrate the school’s mission statement by "developing Christian values through athletics." The Athletics Program is designed to teach our students that victory is accomplished through fair play and good sportsmanship, reinforcing the core values of love, humility, integrity, and faith. We look forward to the opportunity to work with your child to develop his or her athletic and leadership skills as we build your child’s confidence for all future endeavors.

Chris Baele
Athletic Director

Athletic Department

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Program Philosophy

Commitment

Calvary is committed to building cohesive teams and devloping excellent athletes. Commitment to the team is important and every player is required to participate in all games and practices. Every student athlete and his or her parents will be required to sign a "Contract to Participate" prior to each athletic season. 

Playing Time

Athletes in 5th and 6th grade are guaranteed playing time in every game. Athletes in 7th and 8th grade will be a part of the team but may not play in every game. Playing time for 7th and 8th grade teams will be given at the discretion of the coaches.

Eligibility

Student athletes must maintain a C- across all subjects in order to be eligible to compete. If a grade falls below a C-, the athlete will be put on academic probation for a week. Generally, grade checks will be conducted at the end of the week. If the grade sheet indicates that a student athlete on probation has improved his or her grade to a C- or above, he or she will be reinstated on the team. If any student athlete is on academic probation for more than two weeks during the season, he or she will be removed from the team.


Teams

Calvary fields, on average, 20 teams each school year in the sports of basketball, volleyball, flag football, soccer, track and field, golf, and cross-country. Each team competes in one of three leagues in which Calvary holds membership.  These organizations include the Coastal Canyon League for elementary sports and the Pacific Basin League and Delphic League for middle school sports.

League Descriptions

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  • Coastal Canyon League

    The Coastal Canyon League is made up of students in 4th-6th grade from local independent schools that hold membership in the league. The CCL stresses sportsmanship and equal playing time, fostering healthy competition and the development of young athletes.  
  • Pacific Basin League

    The Pacific Basin League is comprised of students in 6th-8th grade from private/independent schools in West Los Angeles. The Pacific Basin League’s mission is to provide a safe environment for our students to learn and grow as athletes. Students participating in sports teams fielded in the PBL will have an opportunity to play in playoffs and compete for a championship in their sport.
  • Delphic League

    The Delphic League is comprised of students in 6th-8th grade from private/independent schools in West Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. The mission of the Delphic league is to offer an educational experience for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students of private/independent schools through interscholastic athletics. Students participating in sports teams fielded in the Delphic League will have an opportunity to play in playoffs and compete for a championship in their sport.

Calvary Sports Highlights

2018-2019
    • Our 7th Grade Flag Football Team completed an undefeated season winning the Pacific Basin League 7th Grade Flag Football Championship.
    • Our 8th Grade Flag Football Team finished as runners up in the Pacific Basin League 8th Grade Flag Football Championship.
    • Our 7th Grade Boys' Volleyball Team completed an undefeated season winning the Pacific Basin League 7th Grade Boys' Volleyball Championship.
    • 7th Grade Student, William Redmon, tied for 1st place in the Pacific Basin League Golf Finals.
    • 7th Grade Student, Jacob Lewis, won the Pacific Basin League high jump title at the Pacific Basin League Track and Field finals.