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June 4 – July 25 (Monday/Wednesday/Friday)
Summer Strength & Conditioning is back! The program provides an opportunity for students that have been training in our Strength & Conditioning classes and our in/out-of-season program to continue building their strength, speed, agility, and conditioning over the summer. The program also provides an opportunity for students who are new to the school, and new to training, a platform to participate and learn about our program. Space is limited! First come, first serve. Sign-ups run through June 4.
View and print registration form (Please return the form to Greg Schoenberg).
Whether you want to be in top shape for the fall athletic season or simply wish to stay healthy year-round, the Summer Strength & Conditioning Program is a great opportunity for all upper school students. Cost is $150. Email Greg Schoenberg with questions.
Looking for a way to get involved at Westminster? Volunteering for concessions is a great way to have fun and connect with our community. In order to have concessions open for all our home athletic events, we need your help!
Here’s how to sign up in three easy steps:
Westminster’s spring 2016 athletes are living Athletic Pillar #3 – good grades and conduct lead the way. At the conclusion of the fall season, each team averaged a GPA of 3.39 or higher based on the athletes’ first-semester (unweighted) GPAs. They are proving that they are indeed student athletes and using their gifts for God’s glory!
If your student plans to try out for a fall sport, note that he/she will not be allowed to do so unless he/she has had a physical on or after February 1, 2017, and has completed the MSHSAA pre-participation physical evaluation form. On the last page of that form, student athletes and their parents must also acknowledge by signature that they have received the Concussion Packet, as required by MSHSAA. This form must be completed and on file in the nurse’s office no later than Friday, July 28. Contact Sue Haverstick with questions.
Honor Jesus Christ in all things; He is the most important measure of our success.
Christian character defines who we are; God-honoring behavior, good sportsmanship, and abstaining from drugs, alcohol, and tobacco is required.Learn More
Good grades and conduct lead the way; successful athletes must be successful students.
“We before me.” What is best for the team always comes first.
We will run the race to win; competing at the highest possible level is the goal.
We are in this together; student athletes, coaches, and parents are all on the same page.
Commitments are paramount; showing up and honoring your word is the norm.
We will grow and improve in and out of season; getting better demands hard work.
Supporting other players and teams is expected; we all share Wildcat pride.
Positive attitudes will influence outcomes; passion, enthusiasm, and energy will drive us.