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The Family of Christ Christian School’s Soccer teams are co-ed.  Students in Fourth through Eighth grade are eligible for participation.  The season takes place during the 2nd Quarter of the school calendar.  The participation fee is $80, which includes the uniform, practice balls, and additional league/referee fees. Participants will need their own shin guards and soccer cleats (NO football or baseball cleats please). Practices and home games are held on the FOC soccer field.  Any last minute changes will be communicated to the parents via our text notify system. 

Athletic Eligibility

Students who wish to participate in athletics at Family of Christ Christian School must show themselves to be competent students in the classroom.  First, students must maintain at least a C average for all grades and may not drop more than one letter grade in any subject to be eligible to participate in any sports practice or game. If a student has a D or less average on a report card prior to the beginning of a sport season, that renders the student ineligible to play that specific sport season. This will be evaluated by progress reports and report cards.  Third, students who are athletic team members must exhibit a cooperative and positive spirit in their classrooms and at school activities.  A student may be removed or suspended for a poor attitude or misbehavior.  A student on behavioral probation is not permitted to represent the school on an athletic team.  All athletes need to be in attendance at practice. 

Practice Schedule

All practices will be held at Family of Christ for JV and Varsity from 3:00 - 4:30 on the following days:  Tuesday, October 16th, Thursday, October 18th, Tuesday, October 23rd, Thursday, October 25th, Wednesday, November 7th, Wednesday, November 28th. Playoff practice(s) are to be determined.

 Game Schedule

Fall Soccer Game Schedule

JV & Varsity

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