Star of the Sea Athletics
We believe sports and sportsmanship play an important role in our children’s development.
The Star of the Sea Sports Program offers a variety of opportunities for boys and girls in 3rd through 8th grade. Sports include volleyball, basketball, cross country, and track & field. Teams participate in the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) league, which is operated by Catholic Charities. Star of the Sea Sports is a parish sponsored program and is open to children who live or attend ANY school within the parish boundaries.
The Star of the Sea Sports Program is a not-for-profit 100% volunteer organization that operates solely on funds generated by fees, fundraisers, and donations. It receives absolutely no subsidies from the church or school. Participation fees cover the cost of equipment, balls, uniforms, trophies, league registration, tournaments, etc. A limited number of scholarships are available upon request.
CYO Sports Offered:
- BOYS & GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY (Year round)
- BOYS SOCCER (Fall)
- GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (Fall)
- GIRLS SOCCER (Winter)
- BOYS BASKETBALL (Winter)
- GIRLS BASKETBALL (Spring)
- BOYS & GIRLS TRACK & FIELD (Spring)
Contact the Athletic Director for more information:
*NOTE: Direct all questions and concerns to the Athletic Director listed above. CYO will not accept phone calls or respond to emails from individual coaches, parents or players.
OTHER SPORTS: As mentioned above, grades 3rd – 8th have the opportunity to participate in various CYO sports. These teams are under the authority of Star of the Sea Parish and are organized and maintained by the Parish Sports Committee. Any teams representing the Star of the Sea community in any other sports league other than CYO, are not considered “official” school or parish teams and are organized and maintained by individual parents of children in the school, rather than the Sports Committee. However, these non-CYO teams are supported in spirit, even though they are considered independent from Star of the Sea Parish or School. Non-CYO teams do not have gym privileges.