Realizing the importance of athletics, Christian Life School offers a wide range of sports activities for its students. Participation in athletics offers the student many opportunities for growth in key developmental areas such as focus, discipline, responsibility, self-esteem, and spiritual growth. Team play and practice also offer the physiological benefits of a carefully monitored exercise program and good physical conditioning.
As a Christian school, we are committed to the belief that our Christian faith and ethics are as important to the development of an athlete as the skills needed to play the game. Athletics can then be viewed as an opportunity to express and demonstrate Christian values and witness for the Lord Jesus Christ. The coaches and advisors have been selected to provide a program of athletics that encourages the development of skills within the framework and expression of Christian faith.
Our high school athletics teams are members of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). As a mid-sized school of nearly 270 students (high school only) we are in Division III of the conference. We are a member of the Midwest Classic Conference. With 19 private or religious schools, the Midwest Classic Conference is the largest conference in the state of Wisconsin.
In 1998 the varsity boys' basketball team won the Wisconsin Independent School Athletic Association (WISAA) Regional Tournament and was the state runner-up.
In 2006 and 2008 the varsity golf team has had two State Tournament Qualifiers: Jake Haman (2006) and Ben Metz (2008).
In 2006 the varsity girls' basketball team was the WIAA Regional Champions.
In 2007 the varsity girls' soccer team was the WIAA Regional Champions.
Christian Life School offers 12 sports at the Varsity level, 6 sports at the Junior High level and 5 sports at the Elementary level. Click here for a complete list.
For a complete listing of all athletic events, please visit the Midwest Classic Conference website.