St. Paul's has a variety of sports for students to choose from.
Students compete against District 4 schools in the Diocese
• Basketball boys and girls
• Volleyball girls
• Soccer co-ed team
• Softball boys and girls
• Cheerleading girls
• Running Club Co-ed 3rd - 8th
Students in grades 4th - 8th may participate in the sports program. Representing St. Paul’s School in sport competitions is a privilege and an honor and as such requires a code of conduct. Each athlete is required to abide by the following rules:
Academics: Eligibility shall apply to all athletic activities of the Catholic Grade School Conference. A student is academically ineligible if he/she receives two grades of 69 or below in any subject and/or has below average conduct or effort in any subject. If he/she receives one grade of 59 or below in any subject that student is also academically ineligible. Students’ grades are evaluated at mid-quarter (progress reports) and at the end of the quarter (report cards) for eligibility.
Conduct: Athletes will conduct themselves in an honorable and sportsmanlike way both on and off the field. Athletes are examples to the other members of the student body and must not bring discredit to the school, team, or themselves. Athletes will perform in a manner worthy of the respect of both teammates and opponents.
Sportsmanship: Athletes will abide by the official rules and officials’ decisions. They will not use profanity or violence and will always treat their coaches, team members, and opponents with respect and fairness. Athletes will be humble in victory and uncomplaining in defeat.
Loyalty: Athletes will recognize their loyalty to St. Paul’s Catholic School and will cooperate with the coach, team members, officials, and school administration. Athletes must remain eligible throughout the season by maintaining the academic standards defined below. Athletes will take responsibility for the proper use of school property and equipment. Uniforms are to be laundered and turned in promptly after the respective sports season ends. If the uniform is not returned in the same condition it was issued, the full uniform fee will be assessed.
Each athlete must have a sports physical and parental permission/release of liability form on file with the school office prior to participation in any sport.
Each athlete is required to pay a sports fee of $35 per sport. This fee is due immediately upon announcement of the team roster and must be paid before uniforms are issued. This fee assists in providing equipment, trophies, and paying official team fees. In addition, some sports require the purchase of personal uniform accessories. Athletes will not be permitted to play until the sports fee has been paid.