Strong bodies help develop strong minds. Well over 65% of our students take part in some sort of extra-curricular sport to help develop a well balanced student. Every student who wants to be a member of a team will be allowed on the team and play.
While athletic competition is not for everyone, the opportunity to participate on a sports team promotes a healthy lifestyle, self-confidence, teamwork, good sportsmanship, commitment to a shared goal, and a sense of fairness.
SCS is part of a private school athletic conference made up of teams from Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Oostburg, Plymouth and Random Lake.
Offered to girls in grades 6-8.
Offered to girls and boys in grades 5-8.
Offered to girls and boys in grades 6-8.
Offered to students in grades 3rd-8th. It is a creative problem solving program. Each team is required to solve a team Central Challenge which engages participants in sustained problem solving and an Instant Challenge which engages participants in rapid-fire critical thinking much like improvisation.
Sheboygan Christian School’s chess team is made up of students in grades 5K-8. They compete in tournaments throughout the year. It meets on Fridays after school.
Fifth grade students and their parents are introduced to instruments in the Fall. Band lessons are offered to SCS students starting in 5th grade. The full middle school band performs for the school Christmas program and at the Wisconsin Christian Schools Music Festival.
Middle school students participate in the Lakeland College Math Meet and Trinity Christian College Meet.
Students in grades 5-8 participate in a variety of forensic-type categories. Students compete at the SCS speech festival, and the top performers advance to the Wisconsin Christian Schools Festival for judging.
Students in grades 6-8 perform in vocal and instrumental categories. Students participate at the SCS Festival and are given an opportunity to perform at the Wisconsin Christian Schools Festival. Middle school band and choir perform at the Wisconsin Christian Schools Festival.
Local Track Meet
Each spring, students in grades 6-8 compete on one day against local parochial schools. Participants practice during physical education classes.
Go to the following link to see the Sheboygan County Parochial League schedule and standings.