At Classical Prep, athletics are an important part of our program. The school offers a variety of athletic teams for all levels, including basketball, volleyball, and soccer after school. In addition, the school builds physical activity purposely into the school day, requiring PE two days a week for grades K-5th and sufficient recess breaks for younger students.
Systematic athletic training was an important of the classical educational tradition because athletics offered opportunities for moral and ethical training. The relationship between a strong mind and a strong body was also understood, something that modern studies have affirmed. Classical Prep continues this tradition and is committed to giving its scholars the many opportunities that athletics provide for leadership, character development, and physical conditioning, to fulfill its mission and vision of creating moral and intellectual leaders.
For more information about our Athletics program, please contact our Athletic Director, Jimmy Barbarise at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classical Prep builds physical activity purposely into the school day, requiring PE two days a week for grades K-5th and sufficient recess breaks for younger students.
Grammar School Athletics
Classical Prep provides elementary students the opportunity to participate in sports through after-school activities. These activities promote physical fitness as well as offer preparation for competitive middle/high school athletics.
Logic and Rhetoric School Athletics
Classical Preparatory School's Middle and High School Athletic Program facilitates programs of excellence as defined by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Through participation in the FHSAA, the school will promote interscholastic athletics that will provide lifelong learning experiences to student-athletes while enhancing their achievement of educational goals. Our goals are to provide the value of teamwork, respect, pride, commitment, hard work ethic, good sportsmanship and the development of a winning culture with competing at a very high level. Through our athletic program we strive to have our mission carry over into all aspects of their lives.
After-school sports are offered in the context that they promote character-training lessons, leadership opportunities, and a lifelong habit of health. Athletic competition allows students to: set goals and adhere to them even when faced with obstacles; persevere despite difficulty; have self-control even in challenging circumstances; and work and compete with others with fairness and civility.