Immaculate Conception's athletic program seeks to develop each student athlete in mind, body and spirit. It provides an opportunity for all interested students to learn good sportsmanship and teamwork as well as imporve in the basic skills of the sport. The athletic departmet will strive to encourage the active participation and individual efforts of each student, regardless of skill level. As a result of participating in the sport, the student/athlete should develop a respect for authority (coaches, officials, parents) and a respect for others (teammates, opposing teams).
Our expectation is that athletes strive to be Christ-like in effort, attitude and behavior at all times. We strive to instill in each athlete a sense of commitment to their team, to act with integrity and compete with sportsmanship and character. Athletes are encouraged to display grace and humilty in victory and defeat. A copy of Parochial League Policy is found in the IC Student Handbook.
This sport is offered to boys in 5th-8th grades. The 7th and 8th grades participate in the Parochial League. In 5th and 6th grades, football is organized primarily through the parents and volunteer coaches and they participate in the Little Rock Private School League.
Girls in grades 5-8 may participate in cheerleading. The 5th and 6th grade squads are organized as clubs with the help of parent volunteers. The 7th and 8th grade squads have a staff sponsor and attend camps in the summer before football season begins. The cheerleaders also participate in organizing and running several pep rallies throughout the year.
Volleyball is a fall sport offered to girls in grades 5-8. Teams compete against others in the parochial league.
Each grade 5-8 has a boys and a girls team. Parochial league play begins in the second quarter.
Boys and girls in grades 5-8 may participate in cross country. Meets are held around the central Arkansas area in the fall.
Track is run in the spring. Both boys and girls in grades 5-8 may participate.
Fifth through eighth grade boys and girls may play golf in the spring. Golf is played either at The First Tee in Little Rock or at The Greens at North Hills, depending on the volunteer coaches. Can't wait for Golf to start.
Registration Forms for IC Sports
Registration Forms will be added as they become available
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