Atlanta Classical Academy encourages students, families, and faculty to pursue the core virtues of our school: courage, courtesy, honesty, perseverance, self-government, and service. These core virtues form the basis for the philosophy behind all athletic endeavors at Atlanta Classical. We will compete to the best of our ability, striving to attain virtue, knowledge, and happiness. Atlanta Classical Academy recognizes that athletic teams enhance the atmosphere of the student body, providing students, parents, and faculty with the opportunity to express school spirit and build community. Athletic competition inspires and elevates the minds and characters of those who compete and those who watch. Therefore, all members of the Atlanta Classical family can support the athletic program in a variety of ways, including coaching, transportation, concession help, and attending events. A successful program is a demonstration of the entire school working together.
Athletics will provide a vehicle in which to teach student-athletes to become virtuous citizens. Atlanta Classical will maintain proper management of a community in which every individual recognizes his or her particular role and performs his or her own task as part of a properly functioning community. Students and coaches will set goals and adhere to them even when faced with obstacles. Students will learn that sport requires courage. The spirit of sport is challenge: the greater the challenge, the greater the victory. During competition, student athletes must remain courteous and honest. They must retain the ability to treat others with honor and civility as well as enjoying the game for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, and respect. By doing so, we will adhere to all governing organizations’ rules and regulations. Student-athletes will also become students of the game in which they are participating. They will gain a life-long appreciation for the game as well as learn how to set and assess realistic goals.
Atlanta Classical Academy Middle School competes in the Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference (MAAC). The opportunity to participate in MAAC League sports at Atlanta Classical Academy is extended to 7th and 8th grade students.
Fall: Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross Country, and Boys Soccer
Winter: Boys Basketball and Girls Basketball
Spring: Girls Soccer
Atlanta Classical Academy High School competes within Georgia High School Association (GHSA). Atlanta Classical Academy will compete in Region 5 Class A.
Fall: Junior Varsity Boys Cross Country and Junior Varsity Girls Cross Country
Winter: Junior Varsity Boys Basketball and Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
Spring: Junior Varsity Boys Soccer and Junior Varsity Girls Soccer
Before tryouts, all students must have a completed physical examination, parental consent, and a signed concussion awareness form. Physical examinations are valid for one year. No student will be allowed to participate without the proper paperwork on file. Please print this form and take it to your child’s primary care physician for completion.
To participate in athletics, a student can not have two Ds or one F in any subject(s). Academic eligibility is determined by quarter ending grades.
Athletic Activity Fees
Each sport will supplement the funds directed to athletics. The fees vary per sport and are based the cost per student to operate successfully. After a roster is selected, the coach or team manager will notify parents and the fee can be paid online via SchoolMint. For assistance with the payment process, please contact Mrs. Busse at email@example.com.
Please consider sponsoring a student who requests financial assistance to participate in athletics. Click here to make a $100 donation.
The athletic fee for JV soccer is $250 and the fee for grade 7 & 8 girls soccer is $100. To pay, click the appropriate link below:
The athletic fee for JV basketball is $ 250 and the fee for grade 7 & 8 basketball is $100. To pay, click one of the links below:
Club Sports at Atlanta Classical Academy increase the available avenues of involvement for students, faculty, parents and the community at large. Club sports promote activity, interaction and the opportunity to pursue, share or discover a passion. This kind of pursuit is consistent with the philosophy of the athletics program.
The school has placed all sports sanctioned by the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) and Metro Atlanta Athletic Conference (MAAC) under the direction of the Atlanta Classical Academy Athletics Department. Therefore, those programs are funded by the school’s athletics budget. Club sports that fall outside of the GHSA and MAAC umbrella are self-funded programs that have their operating costs built into a registration fee paid by each participant.
Fall/ Spring: Lacrosse & Wrestling
Spring: Golf & Youth Passing League
Cross Country – Coach Nugent firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Basketball – Head Coach Franklin email@example.com and Coach Schepps firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Basketball – Head Coach Braswell and Coach Dunlap email@example.com
Girls Soccer – Coach Wallach firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer – Coach Holt email@example.com and Coach Han firstname.lastname@example.org
7th and 8th Grade
Cross Country – Coach Dunlap email@example.com and Coach Swartz firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Soccer – Coach Holt email@example.com
Boys Basketball – Coach Schulte firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls Basketball – Head Coach Perkins and Coach Andrew email@example.com
Girls Soccer – Coach Haiju firstname.lastname@example.org and Coach Dunlap email@example.com
Lacrosse – Mrs. Carlson firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrestling – Coach Dunlap email@example.com and Mr. Crow firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf – Coach Andrew email@example.com