Athletic Distinction

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Athletics Distinction

Here at WVCS, we love our sports and are very proud of our athletes and teams. We feel that providing a physical outlet for our students allows them to build self-discipline and a deep sense of pursuing excellence. Games provide an opportunity for young men and women to meet and interact with students from other schools, walks of life, and faiths. They allow students to extend graciousness to others and exercise fairness in play. Even in physical education classes, students learn how to take care of their bodies, stay active, and learn new sports, so that they can be healthy throughout the rest of their lives. Our aim is to develop students: who are healthy students, have Christ-like sportsmanship and will join an athletic team and grow physically and socially.

Athletic Distinction

WVCS learners will…

  • Model and practice sportsmanship and team unity in physical education and athletics.
  • Establish and practice appropriate hygiene, proper nutrition and physical fitness.
  • Understand the general terms, rules, and strategies for various sports and activities. 

 

At WVCS, we love sports and are very proud of our athletes and teams. We feel that providing a physical outlet for our students allows them to build self-discipline and a deep sense of pursuing excellence. Games provide an opportunity for young men and women to meet and interact with students from other schools, walks of life, and faiths. They allow students to extend graciousness to others and exercise fairness in play. Even in physical education classes, students learn how to take care of their bodies, stay active, and learn new sports, so that they can be healthy throughout the rest of their lives. Our aim is to develop students: who are healthy students, have Christ-like sportsmanship and will join an athletic team and grow physically and socially.

 

Physical Education class (twice per week):

  • Students acquire a desire for and respect for physical fitness.  We recognize that obesity and a sedentary life style are dangerous to a person’s health.  Through stretching, calisthenics and a series of team sports, students will be encouraged to participate and gain a love of sports.
  • Annual participation in Presidential Fitness Challenge, which includes flexibility, speed and agility, and running the distance of 1 mile.

 

Physical Education elective:

  • Basketball Training with a club basketball director (three times per week).
  • Sports Performance with Velocity Sports Trainers (twice per week).

 

Athletic Teams:

  • Boys sports – flag football, basketball, soccer
  • Girls sports – basketball, soccer, volleyball
  • 9 Middle School VCAL championships in 2013, 2014, 2015 soccerbasketballflag-football, and volleyball

 

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22450 Sherman Way, West Hills, CA 91307

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