After-school sports provide an opportunity for Middle and High School students to specialize in a sports-specific movement discipline. Emphasis is placed on character development through teamwork, sportsmanship, and meeting victory and defeat with equanimity and grace.
While teams will play to win, coaches are careful to play every player. Athletes are guided to reach their highest potential, while maintaining a balanced lifestyle that includes academics, the arts, and involvement in family and community activities. All students who can make a commitment to the athletic schedule become integral parts of the school team (there are no tryouts or cuts).
DWS is a member of the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA), and participates in inter-scholastic competition on a 1-A level. Girls Volleyball, Cross Country and Basketball, Boys Basketball and Cross Country, and co-ed Ultimate Frisbee are offered at the High School level. Afterschool sports are offered to Grade 6, 7 and 8 students. Younger students are encouraged to develop athletic skills in a less pressured, competitive environment. Middle School sports offered for girls are Volleyball, Basketball, and Cross Country. Middle School sports offered for boys are Basketball and Cross Country.
Please take a moment to read through the DWS Sports Handbook for official policies and procedures for all Spartans sports teams.
Questions about DWS Sports? Please contact our Athletic Director, Michael Quinn, at 303-777-0531 ext. 112 or email@example.com.
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Every high school athlete must submit a current sports physical form along with the registration form and fees. Please download the form below. Your physician may have a preferred form, which is also acceptable.
Are you interested in playing a sport that is not currently offered by The Denver Waldorf School? Many of our students have played on the teams of other area public or private schools, such as East High School, Denver Christian High School or Kent Denver. For more information on how to participate, please contact our Athletic Director, Michael Quinn, at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 112.
The Denver Waldorf School gym is located at 2100 S. Pennsylvania Street, at Evans Avenue. Please park in the lot on Pennsylvania St. and enter the building at the gym entrance with the awning above the door. Once inside the building, the gym door is on your left.
Please look for the admissions table near the front door. Concessions are located in our cafeteria – signs will let you know where to go for snacks and refreshments. All DWS students are admitted free to home games. Parents and siblings of team members will receive a pass for free admission during the season of play. All other guests will pay a small fee for admission for Middle School or High School games.