Welcome to Grand Rapids Christian Middle School athletics!
We believe that educational athletics are an important part of the total Christian school experience for students at Grand Rapids Christian. Athletics provide students the opportunity to compete in various sports, but they also provide students a chance to learn about hard work, about being a part of something bigger than themselves, how to deal with adversity, and how to live out being a child of God during athletic competition.
Participation in athletics is not a right for students, but a privilege. Earning this privilege is dependent on athletic ability, but more importantly it is dependent on athletes and families upholding the guidelines, expectations, foundations, and beliefs of the Grand Rapids Christian Schools. It is a privilege to represent Christ, Grand Rapids Christian, your family, and yourself on the field and on the court.
Please join us by engaging in the privilege of participating in educational athletics here at Grand Rapids Christian Middle School.
For more information, please visit the links below.
*This sport is not managed by Grand Rapids Christian Middle School, but is offered to all students. It is managed by the GRCS Recreation Department. For all questions about this sport and many other recreation department opportunities, please contact Stacey Boender at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-574-6024.
Oct. 26 - Dec. 19
Jan. 4 - Mar. 6
Mar. 8 - May 22
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Grand Rapids Christian Middle School participates as a part of the Grand Rapids Area Catholic Elementary Athletic Council (GRACEAC). GRACEAC oversees the athletic programs for the Catholic elementary schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids, MI. One of the primary goals of GRACEAC is to facilitate the development of student athletes who genuinely display the Christian qualities of good sportsmanship and fair play in every aspect of life.
Click here to see the participating GRACEAC Venues including locations and addresses.
Registration for 2021 Summer camps will open in April.
Camps are open to any and all entrants, but are limited by number, age, grade level and / or gender.