Holy Family Catholic School offers a variety of athletic programs, including flag football, cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, tennis and track. The school’s Athletic Director works with the principal in the selection of coaches and the scheduling of games and practice times, and carries out the guidelines for athletics established by the Green Bay Diocesan Department of Total Catholic Education.
Cross country is available for boys and girls in grades 4-8. The season starts in late August and continues until mid-October.
Flag football is available for boys and girls in grades 2-4. This is a learning league where coaches stand on the field and teach children the basics of flag football. The season starts in the middle of September. Students play two games each week on Mondays and Wednesdays for a total of four weeks.
Soccer is available for boys and girls in grades 5-8. Games are typically played on Mondays and Wednesdays. Practices start in late summer, and the season concludes in the middle of October.
Volleyball is available for girls in grades 5-8. Practices start in August, and games conclude in early October. Most games are played Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Football (tackle) is available for GRACE students via a team at Notre Dame of De Pere. Please visit the NDDP Athletics page for additional details.
Basketball is available for boys and girls in grades 3-8. For grades 7-8, practices typically start in October and games typically start in early November and conclude in mid-January. For grades 5-6, practices typically start in November and games start in early December and conclude in late January. For grades 3-4, basketball is an instructional and educational program, designed to teach the basics of basketball. Games are typically played on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for all grade levels.
Track is available for boys and girls in grades 4-8. Track practices usually start in late March or early April and conclude in mid-May.
Tennis is available for boys and girls in grades 5-8. Holy Family combines with St. John the Baptist school to create one team.