Parkway Panther Athletics

Students in Fifth through Eighth grades are eligible to participate in Panther Athletics.  Parkway Christian School is a member of the Independent Athletic League (IAL), sanctioned by the Florida High School Athletic Association.  The IAL’s membership is comprised of small private schools.

Athletics promotes good sportsmanship through sports and are considered part of the curriculum which enhances our student’s ability to be well-rounded individuals.  We expect our students to demonstrate their positive attitude, hard work and good sportsmanship as they compete against other local private schools.  We encourage all student athletes to be positive role models by maintaining a high GPA and a Christ centered attitude on and off the sports fields/courts.

The FHSSA requires all student athletes to complete a sports physical prior to playing sports. Forms can be downloaded, here.

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Parkway Christian School participates in competitive sports against other schools. PCS is a member of the Independent Athletic League (IAL) sanctioned by the FHSAA. Because PCS teams are competitive, cuts are made during try-outs and equal playing time is not guaranteed for all athletes. Students that meet ALL of the following requirements are eligible to try-out for PCS sports teams/squads: •Be in grade 5 and upHave a “C” or above in academics •Be current in all accounts receivable accounts •Have had a sports physical dated after June 1 of the current year and turned in the required FHSAA Sports Physical Form completed by a doctor. •Be injury free i.e. no casts on, etc. Try-outs are mandatory on all days for all prospective athletes. Students that are members of any PCS sports team/squad must meet the following requirements in order to play/participate in games: •Pay a fee to participate in each sportMaintain a “C” or above in academics during the sports season. •Be current in all accounts receivable accounts during the sports season. •Administration reserves the right to restrict an athlete from trying out and/or playing due to violations of school policy and/or lack of effort such as “zeros” in assignments/class work/homework, etc. •Parents of PCS athletes are required to have an active email address and text phone number set up to receive school messages. •Parents may be required to transport their student athletes to off campus practices and may be asked to drive their student athletes to games.All requirements and rules apply to all Parkway sports teams/squads. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Parkway Christian School's Athletic Program competes in the Independent Athletic League of South Florida which is sanctioned by the Florida High School Sports Association. The FHSSA requires all student athletes to complete a sports physical prior to playing sports.Parents can click on the following link to download the Sport's Physical Form: http://www.fhsaa.org/forms/general-forms/general-eligibility/el2





Parkway Panthers Sports:

Co-ed Flag Football ● Girls Volleyball ● Spirit Cheerleading ● Cross Country

Boys Soccer ● Girls Soccer ● Boys Basketball ● Girls Basketball

"For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength."

Philippians 4:13

 

GIRLS

BASKETBALL

The mission of Parkway Christian Schools is to create a community among our students, parents, staff and the church. This community provides a sound academic education integrated with a Christian view of God and the world.


"Train a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it." - Proverbs 22:6

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Parkway Christian School

1200 South Flamingo Road

Davie, FL 33325

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Parkway Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.