Healthy competition supports a student’s human formation and we are grateful for the many parents, coaches, and teachers who support the academy athletic program. Participation in athletics teaches teamwork, self-discipline, dignity, respect for rules and authority, and provides our students with opportunities to practice virtues such as charity, obedience, self-control, graciousness, and humility.
We have an active robotics team, competitive forensics, and flag football. Other athletics that we offer based on student interest are basketball, volleyball, cross country and track.
Academy students, teachers, and families take pride in our student-athletes. We couldn't do it without our volunteer coaches, who do such a wonderful job teaching academy athletes how to set goals, to work hard, to celebrate success, and to be gracious in defeat. All of this fosters appropriate self-esteem and encourages in our students the kind of sporting attitude that supports self-discipline and diligence in their studies and dealings with others as well.
Aquinas Academy follows all Archdiocesan athletic policies.
If you are interested in coaching, please contact our Athletic Director: Mrs. Jessica Kurth.