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Education Through Athletics

Zion students receive physical education instruction twice a week, in which they are introduced to a variety of sports and teamwork activities. 

  • Respect- to display and embody the philosophy of good sportsmanship behavior.

  • Discipline- to push yourself to be and do your best on a daily basis.

  • Teamwork- to work together, share, complement each other and achieve more as a team than by oneself.

  • Listening- to reinforce the importance of being a good listener by following rules and directions of games and applying what is heard from classmates, teachers, and parent

  • Faith- to understand that God gives us challenges every day so that we learn to never give up no matter how arduous the task.

In addition to P.E. classes during the school day, students also can participate in after-school competitive sports.

Cross-country:        Grades 3-8 Co-ed
Volleyball:               Grades 3-8 Girls' Team and Boys' Team (K-2 volleyball

                                noncompetitive sports camp)
Basketball:              Grades 3-8 Girls' Team (K-2 basketball non-competitive sports

                                Grades 3-8 Boys' Team (K-2 basketball non-competitive sports

Track & Field:          Grades 3-8 Zion students are eligible to participate in the Spring

                                CYO track & field meet.

After School Programs

ALL Zion after-school activities are held on the Zion Lutheran School campus, with the exception of away games for after-school sports. 

Study Hall/Extended Care
Study Hall/Extended care is available to students from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm for $14.00 per day. ($7.00 from 3:00-4:30 pm and an additional $7 for pick-up after 4:30 pm until 6:00 pm.)
Engineering FUNdamentals with LEGOS
Open to grades K-3. Students can learn how to design and build motorized machines, houses, pyramids, bridges, catapults, buildings, and other constructions. Explore concepts in physics, mechanical and structural engineering, and architecture while playing with your favorite creations. Children will be given instruction, design challenges, and will compete appropriately to their ability. Program fee.
Academic Chess
Students learn chess strategies, chess openings, and solve chess diagrams/puzzles. A one-hour chess class consists of 30 minutes of chess lessons and 30 minutes of playing time. The curriculum is designed to fit the needs of all levels. Continuing and new students are welcome. Program fee.


Mandarin Chinese 

Open to all grades. The curriculum gives students the opportunity to better understand the Chinese language and culture. Program fee.

Math Counts

Open to grades 6-8. Be a part of a nationwide middle-school Math competition.

Yearbook Club
Open to grades 6-8. Fridays. Help record and design a yearbook capturing wonderful memories at Zion!

Spring Musical Rehearsals
Students in grades 5-8 who are part of the stage cast or stage crew have rehearsals during winter and spring semesters. 

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