Middle School Athletics
Westside School's Middle School students participate in cross country, basketball, volleyball and track & field.
Westside's values extend from the class room to the field or court -- our student athletes work together collaboratively, play fairly, exhibit the highest level of sportsmanship, and most of all, have fun. All of our sports are "no cut" sports. Check out the Westside School Calendar!
Cross Country is our fall sport. Cross Country is a great way to get in or stay in shape to start the year. It is the only sport open to kindergarten through eighth grade students for meets. Practices are open to Middle School students only. Cross country race distances range from .3 miles for kindergarten to 1.5 miles for eighth grade students.
Basketball is our winter sport. Basketball is a sport that combines skills, fitness, and teamwork. Basketball is open to Westside School Middle School students. Teams are by grade and by gender. Practices start in November, with the game season running from late November through late January, depending on playoff participation and performance. Practices are twice a week.
Volleyball season runs from late winter to early spring. Volleyball is another sport that combines skills and teamwork. Volleyball is open to Middle School students. Teams are by grade and by gender. Volleyball is open to girls and boys. Practices start at the beginning of February. Regular season games began in lateand ended in late , with playoffs running until mid April. Practices are twice a week.
Track is our spring sport. We have had great success in track the last few years, and that success is largely based on our student participation. The more students who participate, the better we do. Track includes sprints, distance running, relays, and field events. Track will be open to fourth through eighth grade students. Practices start in mid to late April. Meets are in May.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Athletic Director Mike Thomas directly, email@example.com.