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Middle School Athletics

Middle school students have an opportunity participate in a wide variety of fee-based intramural sports with access to additional opportunities to receive instruction from high school coaches and high school athlete-mentors.

The middle-school sports program is designed to meet the needs of every middle school athlete regardless of athletic experience or ability level. All interested students have an opportunity to participate. Boys' sports include basketball, track and passing-league football. Girls' sports include softball, track, volleyball and basketball.

Festival and All-Star Intramural Sports

These sports programs are open to students for a fee and physicals are not required. Each season, for each sport except track, there is a four-week session during which coaches work with athletes on fundamentals, drills, scrimmages, rules and sportsmanship. There are no eliminations during this part of the season. All interested students are encouraged to play — even if they are new to the sport. The Festival sports season culminates in a district-wide Saturday sports festival, held at a local high school.  

At the conclusion of the Festival tournament, coaches choose a team of 12 to 15 athletes to represent the school in All-Star sports. All-Star sports lasts 28 days. Every participant practices for four weeks and competes in a Saturday festival. During the four weeks of practice, a separate 7th and 8th grade All-Star team is chosen. The All-Star teams then pay a six-game schedule against the other district middle schools. Each All-star sport receives instruction from high school coaches and players one day a week.

Participation in middle school sports requires submitting permission forms and payment for each activity by the announced deadline.

Read more information on Festival Sports

Clubs and Activities

National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship. Students must receive a 3.8 cumulative grade point average in grade seven to qualify. Students are invited to join our club in the beginning of their eighth grade year. If they qualify, they are sent an application.

Peak Run Club

Peak Run Club is offered to K-6 students in the morning before school. It is designed to increase stamina as well as promote participation in group athletics. Peak Run Club takes place at Sonoran Hills Park, in the area used for PE class. The students will walk down the hill to join morning recess once run club has finished for the day.

Student Council

Pinnacle Peak Prep offers the opportunity to participate in Student Council in 4th-6th grade, as well as middle school. The mission of Student Council is to represent the interests of the student body in student government affairs. They promote a positive relationship as they work with the administration, faculty, staff and school committee to ensure the student body feels free to express their ideas and suggestions.