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Serving Preschool 3 - 8th Grade in Fort Worth, Texas  

Athletics

Saint Andrew Catholic School participates in the Fort Worth Diocese Interscholastic Sports Program. The program is open to all sixth, seventh and eighth grade students enrolled in a Fort Worth Diocesan school. A current physical form (dated June 1, 2017 or later) and a medical consent form are required to be on file for all student athletes. The sports included in the program are:

  • Volleyball (coed)
  • Soccer (coed)
  • Basketball
  • Fast Pitch Softball (girls only)
  • Baseball (boys only)
  • Track

Vision/Mission Statement

The Fort Worth Diocesan Interscholastic Sports Program exists:

  • To teach the value of community and family through teamwork
  • To be Catholic first and athletes second
  • To teach responsibilities in competition, cooperation, and sportsmanship
  • To encourage participation by all eligible students.
Student Responsibilities

Students are responsible for:

  • conducting themselves in a Christian manner at all times; **
  • maintaining academic eligibility;
  • cooperating with coaches and team members;
  • accepting the judgments of the officials in all games;
  • playing to the best of their abilities;
  • respecting all the players regardless of skill level;
  • demonstrating loyalty to teammates and school.

**Any player that is ejected from a game will be suspended for a minimum of the next game pending review.

Parent Responsibilities

The parents have responsibilities to the Diocesan Interscholastic Sports Program. Parents will be expected to:

  • supervise their own children in attendance at the games;
  • attend the Diocesan "Play Like a Champion" every three years;
  • attend a meeting before the sports season begins with their child;
  • support the program by encouraging their child to cooperate with the coach and the school;
  • be available to help where necessary and when requested;
  • make sure their child has transportation for each practice and game;
  • have their child at practice and games on time and pick them up promptly afterward;
  • be examples of Christian behavior at games** and avoid putting excessive pressure on the child to win by respecting all players and opponents;
  • accept judgments of officials at games;
  • show respect to and appreciation for the coaches;
  • demonstrate friendly sportsmanship to all spectators.

**Any spectator that is ejected from a game will be suspended for a minimum of the next game pending review.

For more information, click here to download the Diocese of Fort Worth Sports Handbook.