The mission of Vista Peak Exploratory athletics and activities is to provide opportunities for students that maximize student engagement, participation and achievement. Student athletes are expected to display a competitive spirit, exhibit good sportsmanship and meet our standards for behavior and academic effort.
We believe that participation in athletics and activities is a powerful tool for the academic and personal growth of our students. The work habits and character development necessary to be successful in athletics and activities has a direct influence on a student’s academic and personal achievement.
Requirements to Participate in Athletics
Vista PEAK Exploratory offers the following sports
to students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades only:
The following needs to be completed and handed in prior to participation in any school sponsored athletic practice or event:
Registration Form / Parent Permission
COVID Liability Waiver
Physical History Form / Physical Examination Form - Expires each year
Athletic Fee of $35 per sport - Checks can be made out to Vista PEAK, please include child's name and grade on the check
*Forms can be found at this link.
Students will practice Monday - Friday from 3:30pm - 5:30pm on student contact days, unless there is a game or practice is cancelled. Please check with each coach to find out their practice schedule. If your child is to be picked up, please be on time.
Did You Know?
There are several benefits to participating in school sponsored sports. Below are just a few:
A student involved in middle school athletics has a much lower chance of receiving a behavior referral.
A student’s engagement, as measured by effort grades, dramatically increases when involved in a middle school sport or activity.
Coaches and teachers have anecdotally noticed great improvement of the self-efficacy of a student after they become involved in athletics and activities.
Students who stay involved in school-based athletics or activities at lease up until they turn 15 have much higher graduations rates.
Female students who stay involved in school-based athletics or activities at least up until they turn 15 have a much lower risk of teenage pregnancy.