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Middle School

Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.
 

Middle School Athletics

Middle School students (Grades 6-8) have the opportunity to participate in physical education activities every day. We typically offer five-week rotations of sports including soccer, volleyball, flag football, basketball, badminton, and swimming. Plus, seasonal after-school sports include swim, mountain biking, soccer, and much more.

Physical Education

The Middle School Physical Education program at San Domenico fosters the development of character, life skills, sportsmanship, skill development, and teamwork. The curriculum includes organized team games, soccer, basketball, tennis, water polo and swim, flag football, badminton, and more.

While we recognize the pride that comes with winning, it does not supersede the educational goals of our Middle School athletic program. Our main goal is to make sure each student understands the importance of being on a team and what teamwork entitles. Sportsmanship, above all, is most important and competition is an opportunity to test one’s learned skills.

 PE Curriculum Map

After School Athletics

Please see below for this season's current offerings. After-school sports typically offered throughout the year include Cross Country, Basketball, Flag Football, Mountain Biking, and Track and Field.

PLEASE NOTE:  Spots are not held until payment has been made in full. Payment is due by the first team meeting. Refunds will be honored up to one week after the activity start date. Contact mchurchill@sandomenico.org for more information.

Club and Independent Sports

San Domenico also partners with some of our athletics coaches who run independent sports programs that use our campus facilities. Throughout the year, these sports typically include futsal, soccer, volleyball, water polo, and swim.

Please note that these clubs and independent sports are not administered by San Domenico. Payment and team communications are managed directly by the team administrators.