Calvary works with our district WELS schools, the Metro Athletic League, and the IAA to provide athletic activities as student participation allows.
Gr. 4-6 Coed Soccer - Coach Travis
Practices at Calvary Lutheran School
Soccer Game Schedule - Gr. 4-6 Coed
Athletic Director - Mr. Cindy Perkins
If you have questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Cindy Perkins (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Athletic Handbook Agreement Form
Metro Athletic League & Independent Athletic League
Calvary is participating in the Metro Athletic League and Independent Athletic League. A list of the MAL schools and maps to the campuses is hosted by Our Redeemer Lutheran School.
The athletics program at Calvary Lutheran School is a Christ-centered program that seeks to honor God and reflect his love in all aspects of athletics. God has gifted His people with many special talents and abilities. To encourage the use of these gifts, Calvary has developed a sports program that offers opportunities for students to discover, develop, and improve their athletic abilities while learning principles of Christian living. We are committed to developing strong Christian leaders who will be an example for Christ and shine His light.
Athletics at Calvary Lutheran is considered an integral part of the educational program of the school. Athletics offers unique opportunities for growth not found in other areas of education. The skills, discipline, attitudes, and values developed through participation in an athletic program become a foundation for a person’s life. Under a Christ-centered program, it is our priority to nurture athletes, not only in athletic ability, but in these principles and values as well.
Our purpose is to provide a program of competitive sports for our students by which they can grow physically, socially, and spiritually. We recognize each student as a precious and redeemed child of God, and as such, a very important person. Each student is an integral part of a team. We believe winning is an exciting result of hard work and effort. More important than winning is learning to utilize our blessings and talents as we play.