Quote of the Week
“In the end, it’s extra effort that separates a winner from second place. But winning takes a lot more that, too. It starts with complete command of the fundamentals. Then it takes desire, determination, discipline, and self-sacrifice. And finally, it takes a great deal of love, fairness and respect for your fellow man. Put all these together, and even if you don’t win, how can you lose?”” – Jesse Owens
Extracurricular / Athletics Calendar
The ACS Athletic Department welcomes you to our second semester of activities. We hope that that you enjoyed the end of year celebrations and wish you a successful new year.
Our Athletic Department is preparing for the following tournaments and events this semester:
- Cougar cup for MS (Basketball, Track & Field)
- Cup Cougar for HS (Basketball, Track & Field)
- Friendship Games in Santa Cruz for HS (Basketball, Track & Field, chess, knowledge bowl and cheerleading)
- Banquet MS
- Banquet HS
Registration for Extracurricular Secondary Athletics will take place at the secondary P.E. office. during lunch and brunch hours from January 14 to 18. For further information please refer to the following link: http://acsextracurricular.acslp.org.
Please remember to return the ACS uniform of last semester should have been already returned to the PE office. If the uniform has not yet been returned then you have until Friday January 18th 2019. Any uniform returned after this date will not receive the refund.
We are confident a successful new year.
Milthon Carrasco V.
Extracurricular activities site at ACS includes all after school Academic and Fine Arts programming as well as tennis, Judo, climbing wall, and swimming. The site was designed to provide current information to families about all the wonderful things happening in our extra-curricular offer..
To visit the Extra-Curricular site, click here.
- Date: March 7-10 | Event: HS Cougar Cup | Discipline: HS Track & Field and Basketball
- Date: April 25-28 | Event: MS Cougar Cup | Discipline: MS Track & Field and Basketball
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