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After-School Sports for Grades 6-9

We are excited to offer after-school sports this year.  Based on interest from previous surveys we will be able to offer Girls Volleyball, Boys’ Basketball and Coed Cross Country for the Fall.  Unfortunately, we did not have enough interest for Boys Soccer to be part of the charter league for this fall.

Below you will be able to find more details about Volleyball, Basketball and Cross Country. Both sports are no-cut.

Requirements for Athletes:

  • Maintain a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • Each participant will need to have a physical from a doctor in order to participate
  • Waiver
  • Parents will need to provide transportation for their student to each game or event
  • Communication from coaches will occur via “Group Me” or “Remind” App
  • We will be participating in the Utah Charter and Small School Athletic League (UCSSAL) https://www.ucssal.org/

If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Jason Rojas, at jrojas@athlosutah.org

Girls' Basketball
Girls' Basketball

Who can play?

Female Athlos Academy students in grades 6-9.

How many girls make the team?

Ideally, between 15 and 20 girls.  Each game date will include both a “Varsity” and “JV” game; all members of the team will get playing time.

What is the cost?

We are trying to bring the student fee down between $50 – $100, which will be determined by the number of girls who play on the team.  The student fees pay for the league registration fee and the coaching stipend.

When?

Tryouts: 3:30- 5:00pm, Mon (12/6) – Thu (12/9)

Parent Meeting: 6:00pm Thu (12/9)

Season: Varsity at 4:30pm / JV at 5:30pm, on Mon & Wed/Thu, starting Mon (1/3) through Thu (2/17)

Why?

To represent your school, learn the game of basketball, and develop lifelong skills of hard work and toughness

For more information, contact the Athletic Director, Jason Rojas, at jrojas@athlosutah.org

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Student-Athlete Handbook

The information in the student-athlete handbook should be read carefully and be agreed to by both the parents and the student before the season begins.