Welcome to the 2018-2019 athletic year. Eastside Christian is committed to providing a Christ centered environment for your son/daughter, equipping them as servant leaders in His kingdom. Middle school athletics is an excellent vehicle for the development of individual skills, teamwork, leadership, and competition. It is an extra-curricular activity, not required, so the expectations will be demanding for any participating student.

Eastside Christian’s middle school athletic program participates in the Cascade Middle School League which is made up of the following schools:

  • Eastside Christian School
  • Seattle Country Day School
  • Jewish Day School
  • Cedar Park Christian School
  • Seattle Girls School
  • Billings Middle School
  • Providence Classic Christian School
  • Lake Washington Girls School
  • Open Window School
  • Seattle Hebrew Academy
  • Evergreen School (North Seattle)
  • Renton Christian School
  • Explorer West Middle School
  • Puget Sound Adventist Academy
  • French American School (Mercer Island)
  • Brighton School

The middle school athletics program participates in 3 seasons: Fall, Winter, and Spring.  All 5th -8th graders are eligible to participate.  All sports are no cut, however, several standards must be meet for each student to participate on the team.

We offer the following sports:

  • Cross Country
  • Volleyball
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Track & Field
  • Co-ed Tennis
SPORTS CALENDAR

 

I invite you to cheer on our Eastside Christian Eagles at an upcoming sporting event! My hope is that you will see our tremendous young men and women glorifying God in the way that they carry themselves both on and off the court.

Jay Johnson
Athletics Director

I, Gabby Starkenburg, was put here for a purpose by my Heavenly Father. Jesus has blessed me with the spiritual gifts of faithfulness, service, and leadership. However, sometimes in life, I haven’t been so faithful. One Saturday night in 5th grade, I was seriously doubting God. I had just broken my leg, and it looked like I might have to undergo a surgery. I didn’t think there was a God. If there was, why had this happened to me? I prayed to the Lord that night, “Please show me a sign that you’re real.” The next morning, at church, a girl came up to me. I had never seen her before. She said to me: “I was praying during the service, and Jesus put it on my heart to tell you this verse.” The girl then proceeded to read me Jeremiah 29:11. “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.” Ever since that day, I’ve had no doubt in my mind that there is a God. As I go into high school, I will be searching for ways that I can use my spiritual gifts. The best way for me to serve God is by showing mercy, love, compassion, and respect to those around me. I am able to go into high school without fear because I know that ECS has prepared me both academically and spiritually for a great high school experience.

Gabby Starkenburg Mission Statement - Class of 2018

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