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Middle School Athletics

Stargate School offers interscholastic athletics for sixth - eighth grade boys and girls. A founding member of the Middle School Athletic League, student-athletes can participate in Basketball, Soccer, Cross Country, Girls Volleyball, or Boys Baseball.


Please Note: Parents are responsible for transportation to all away games. Players often carpool with each other. Stargate does not provide any transportation to or from games. Coaches are also not allowed to take players to games.

Boys Soccer: Late August - Early October
Girls Soccer: Late March - Middle of May
Boys Basketball: Late October to Early December
Girls Basketball: January to February 
Girls Volleyball: Late August - Early October   
Co-ed Cross Country: Late August - Early October

Stargate Athletics Parent Communication Guide

Contact Information:

Athletic Director - Scott Richardson
Phone - 303-450-3936

To participate in a Middle School Sport, you need to fill out the online registration form, submit a physical signed by a doctor (good for one calendar year), and pay the sports fee after it is applied to your account. More information can be found in the Forms Fees & Physicals section.


Registration for Fall Middle School Sports is now open. Click here for more information
Practice will start Monday 8/20. Please be sure to register by August 17.

Practices will be Monday, Tuesday and Thursday:
Volleyball 6:30am-7:40am
Soccer: 3:45pm-5:00pm
Cross Country 3:45pm-4:45pm

Team Information & Schedules

The Stargate Athletic Code:

The conduct of a Stargate athlete is closely observed by many people. An athlete is a representative of a team, a school, and a community. It is important, therefore, that a Stargate athlete maintain high standards in all aspects of adolescence and young adult life. Since participation in athletics is a privilege, not a right, maintenance of such high standards as is reflected in the Stargate School Athlete’s Handbook is a condition of team membership and participation. Failure to maintain such standards may result in an athlete’s elimination from athletic participation.