Middle School Athletics
The Regis School of the Sacred Heart middle school athletic program emphasizes:
- the opportunity to participate in competitive interscholastic athletics
- more in-depth practices and game strategies
- teamwork and good sportsmanship
- the opportunity to increase coordination and self-confidence
- more competition opportunities as students prepare for high school athletics
- Sacred Heart Goal IV(the building of community as a Christian value) and Goal V (personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom)
During the school day, forty-five minute physical education classes are offered three days per week for fifth and sixth grade students and two days per week for seventh and eighth grade students.
Co-curricular Team Sports
Middle school students can try out for Regis middle school sports teams.
Soccer is offered from August to late October. Soccer generally has three weekday practices as well as two games during the week.
Basketball is offered from November to early February. Basketball typically has two to three games a week with league games on Mondays and Wednesdays. Practice will take place on the weekdays on which games are not scheduled. Tournaments will be scheduled and played on weekends.
Rugby is offered from February to early May. The practice and game schedule is determined the previous December as the league schedule changes from year to year. Rugby games are typically played on weekdays and Saturdays.
Track is offered from February to April. Students may compete in running and field events. The track team practices two to three days a week and participates in four to five meets each spring.
A completed and signed physical examination form must be on file before participation in any middle school co-curricular sport. Members of the Regis athletics faculty (link to email) coach teams at the middle school level.
Soccer, basketball, and track teams compete with fellow schools in the Greater Houston Catholic Athletic Association (GHCAA). Rugby matches are organized according to the rules of USA Rugby (USARFU) and played against other local schools and clubs in the same league.
The enrollment fee for Regis middle school co-curricular sports is $225 per athlete per sport ($135 for track). Fees go toward uniforms, team and individual photos, trophies, league registration, officials, bus transportation to away games, and training aids