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Eagles Athletics

We are pleased to offer our students a variety of choices in activities to round out their education. We believe that participation in sports strengthens the mind as well as the body, develops leadership skills, and teaches critical social skills.

 

Sports Philosophy

We recognize that the imperishable crown offered by Jesus Christ far exceeds any of the perishable crowns or trophies offered by this world. As a Catholic school, SJPII upholds Christian values and principles. Though our athletic teams strive to win in the sense of having the best score, we recognize the real value of Catholic school athletics is realized only if it fosters the development of the human person, both in spirit and in body. We strive to cultivate Christian character, strengthening personal integrity, responsibility, and promoting the pursuit of excellence in all endeavors so as to glorify Jesus Christ in our athletic programs.
Participation on a team is a privilege. With this privilege come responsibilities in the areas of preparation, attitude, sportsmanship, and academics. These responsibilities exist both in and out of school, and both in athletic and non-athletic settings. We recognize the need for God’s support and guidance in meeting these responsibilities.
 

St. John Paul II Catholic School Athletics Mission Statement:
The St. John Paul II (SJPII) Athletic Program dedicates itself to the pursuit of excellence in athletics within the framework of a Catholic community and in accordance with its primary role as an educator and spiritual guide.  The athletics program is committed to providing opportunities for the individual student-athlete to reach his/her highest potential while developing the qualities and spirit of a Catholic Christian.

 

Conference Affiliation:
SJPII has recently become an independent school not associated with any conference. SJPII is actively searching for a conference membership. A robust schedule of games and matches have been established for the 2023-2024 school year. It is the hope of the administration that membership into will follow soon. Prior to this school year SJPII was a member of the South Eastern Middle School Athletic Conference (SEMSAC), the conference is composed of area private schools throughout the Sandhills area. This conference has disbanded. SJPII plays under the North Carolina Independent High School Athletic Association rules. In addition to playing former teams from the conference, SJPII teams will on occasion play other schools within a two-hour radius. Thus, SJPII athletes play students from diverse backgrounds and skill levels.


 

Sports Teams

Our Eagles athletics program offers several sports programs for students to participate in. We have plans to expand our program based upon family interest and student participation.

Competitive teams (middle school)

Baseball (boys)
Basketball (boys and girls)
Cross Country (boys and girls)
Golf (boys and girls)
Soccer (boys and girls)
Volleyball (girls)

Registration Information

Procedure for Registration
A student can become a full, participating member of a SJPII athletic team once the following requirements are met:
-        Student and parent/guardian have completed and returned all SJPII Athletic forms
-        Student and parent/guardian have read the SJPII Athletic Handbook
-        Athletic fees paid prior to season starting


Fees
All sports offered at SJPII have different costs required for their operation. These costs include part of the operating costs, uniforms cost, equipment costs, and conference fees.
             
Student athletes and their families are required to pay a $50 per athlete fee for every sport played. No student will be denied if he/she is unable to pay the fee. Students and their families will be asked to provide their own personal equipment for certain sports. Fees for the specific sport should be given to the main office prior to season or will be charged through your FACTS account.

 

Athletic Forms

Athletic Forms
SJPII students wishing to participate in a sport must fill out the following forms:
 

  • Athletic Contract –  per sport. You will find the contract in the Athletic Handbook.
  • Athletic Handbook Signature Page which has been updated with a hyperlink on concussion protocols. This form must be signed for every year. 
  • Physical (Good for one calendar year after physical date) – per year
     

These forms are accessible on the school website and Renweb. Hard copies may also be obtained from the main office of the school.