Prior to the beginning of practice, parents will receive a packet of forms which must be completed before the student will be allowed to participate. These forms include an athletic team permission to participate form, a medical condition notification, and insurance confirmations for volunteer drivers.
There is a $150 fee, which must be paid prior to the first practice, for the first sport in which the student participates; if your student joins more than one team during the SAME season, the fee for each additional sport is $75. There is a $25 fee for each one-day tournament.
Uniforms will be provided for the duration of each season. It is the student’s responsibility to keep the uniform clean and in good condition.
games and practices
Practice and game schedules will be issued at the beginning of each season. Game schedules are subject to change; players and their parents will be notified of any changes. We are always looking for drivers to transport students to our away games; please contact the athletic directors to volunteer.
parent and player conduct
Everyone involved with Sea Crest School and its Athletic Program is expected to conduct himself according to the school’s Guiding Principles, and this year all student athletes, their parents, and coaches will be required to read and sign a code of conduct. Because a failure to act in the spirit of true sportsmanship will result in the individual’s removal from the program, it is vital that parents read and discuss the code of conduct before signing.
The boys’ basketball season runs from Thanksgiving to mid-January. The girls’ basketball season runs from mid-January to the first week in March. Students in grades 5–8 participate at the eighth-, seventh-, and sixth-grade levels in the Small School Independent League. Both girls’ and boys’ teams practice before and after school, and focus on the fundamentals of the sport such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. Games are generally held twice weekly. Due to our spectacular gymnasium, many of the basketball games are held on the Sea Crest campus.
The cross country season runs from September 1 to October 31. Cross Country is a co-ed team and includes members from grades 5–8. Practices are after school one or two days a week, and runners can participate in a summer running program. Races range in distance from 1.3 to 1.7 miles and are held weekly at various cross-country courses throughout the Peninsula, concluding with an all-league championship race the first week of November.
The flag football season runs from September 1 to October 31. Both girls and boys are welcome to play on the team. Practices are held two to three times per week after school, and games are played weekly. During practices, team members focus on passing, catching and blocking. Flag football is a growing sport at Sea Crest and we encourage those who are interested to come try out for one of the two teams.
The soccer season runs from St. Patrick’s Day to Memorial Day. Students in grades 5–8 are invited to participate on either the boys’ or girls’ teams. In order to improve each individual player’s skill sets, the girls and boys teams practice together two to three times, at varying times of day, weekly. During practice, the coaches focus on kicking, passing, and defense. Games are held twice weekly at locations around the Peninsula.
The tennis season runs from St. Patrick’s Day to Memorial Day. Students in grades 5–8 are invited to participate on the co-ed teams. In order to improve each individual player’s skill sets, the teams practice one to two times weekly. During practice, the coaches focus on the fundamentals of the sport such as forehand, backhand, and serving. Games are once a week at locations around the Peninsula.
The girls’ volleyball season runs from September 1 to October 31. Sea Crest’s students play on either A or By teams, with students from grades 5–8 on each team. Practices are held before school, 2–4 times per week. Games are played twice weekly after school, often in Sea Crest’s gymnasium. Due to the frequency and time of the practices, students not only learn passing, setting and spiking, but also the responsibility of commitment to their team.