December 13, 2017

Athletics

Physical Education Curriculum

The Physical Education Program at Ascension provides for scheduled time periods for all students to participate in a variety of physical movements and organized games. The curriculum provides for many opportunities for students to develop muscle strength and coordination. Even at a very young age, students begin to understand that physical activity increases stamina and flexibility. Through the use of games and other activities, students develop competency and proficiency in a variety of physical movements. They explore the use of movement and expand their understanding of the concept of team play, fairness and consideration of others.

Students participate in activities both in the school gymnasium as well as outdoors on the playground and field.

Extra-Curricular Sports Program
Ascension Catholic School provides an extra-curricular athletic program that integrates the student athlete’s life and educational program with Catholic truths and values. It is intended to develop mature and responsible young adults while bringing the entire school community together. The athletic department will provide a Christ centered atmosphere that helps foster sportsmanship, self-discipline, respect, hard work, leadership and physical fitness.

Ascension School athletic Program is part of Catholic Youth Sports  and participates in sporting events competing against other area schools throughout the school year.

Parents can find more specific information and forms on the CYS website:  http://catholicyouthsports.org/  and some information on the school’s Parent Plus Portal  Site:  http://www.plusportals.com/AscensionCatholicSchool

Catholic Youth Sports endorses the University of Notre Dame Play Like a Champion Today philosophy for the Catholic School sports program. More information can be found at http://playlikeachampion.nd.edu/youth-sport/

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Every athletic activity should be an opportunity for players and coaches:

  • To be a role model to the Ascension community.
  • To work with others to reach common goals.
  • To overcome obstacles through hard work and determination.
  • To play and live by the rules of the game.
  • To show appreciation and respect for the efforts of others.
  • To keep athletics in the proper perspective.

SPORTS OFFERED

Brevard Middle School
Sport Schedule 2016-2017

Boys Soccer and Girls Basketball – August 29 – November 5

  • Regular Season – 8/29/16 to 10/7/16
  • Tournament – 10/10/16 to 10/15/16
  • Championships – 10/17/16 to 10/21/16
  • Diocese Cup – 10/29/16

Track Boys and Girls and Flag Football – November 7 – December 16

  • Mini-Meets –  11/12/16
  • Championship- 12/3/16
  • Flag Football Regular Season 11/7 – 12/11
  • Flag Football Diocese Cup 5/13/17

Boys Basketball and Girls Soccer – January 2 – March 4

  • Regular Season – 1/2/17 to 2/10/17
  • Tournament – 2/13/17 to 2/18/17
  • Championships – 2/20/17 to 2/24/17
  • Diocese Cup – 3/4/17

Volleyball – March 6 – May 20

  • Regular Season – 3/6/17 to 4/11/17
  • Tournament –  4/24/17 to 4/29/17
  • Championships – 5/1/17 to 5/6/17
  • Diocese Cup – 5/13/17
Brevard Grade School
Sport Schedule 2016-2017
Soccer
  • September 10 – October 23
  • Friday and Saturday’s
Track 
  • November 12 – December 3
  • Mini-Meets –  11/12/16
  • Championship – 12/3/16
Flag Football
  • January 14 – February 25
  • Friday and Saturday’s
Basketball

  • March 11 – May 6
  • Friday and Saturday’s
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