After School Sports Programs
The Woodlands Methodist School offers some amazing developmental sport opportunities which are aligned with Upward Sports. Our programs seek to develop total athletes mentally, athletically, spiritually, and socially producing players who excel both on and off the field.
August 29 – November 18
November 26 – March 10
March 20 – May 26
Athletics (5th – 7th grade)
Eagle Athletics is our interscholastic competitive sports programming. We offer a multitude of seasonal sports opportunities that introduce and advance sports skills, strategy and concepts. We aim to foster Christ-centered relationships with our team and our opponents through the avenue of sports. Through Athletics and its innate challenges, we have powerful tools to reach students in valuable ways including their spiritual, social, mental, physical, and emotional health. Through these components we instill in our athletes foundational elements necessary to lead healthy, productive, and successful lives. Our Athletics program is a partial member of Houston Area Private Schools (HAPS), through which we compete with other private schools and organizations.
Our physical education program at The Woodlands Methodist School provides students with skills, experiences and opportunities to grow and develop, socially mentally, spiritually and physically, and understand the importance of lifelong physical activity and health.
- Students enjoy rigor and challenge through activity and movement that reinforces classroom curriculum with kinesthetic and other types of learners.
- Students experience sport skills and progress those skills into dynamic situations through interactive, cooperative games.
- Students discover character through real time situations and explore virtues that Jesus teaches in the Bible.
- Students learn about how God designed their anatomy, physiology, and how to stay healthy and provide their bodies with quality nutrition.
- Students experience social interaction and discover concepts of problem resolution, cooperation, respectful competition and more.
- Families experience events around the concepts of health and wellness creating a supportive and healthy community for the school.
Our curriculum is developed from research-based nationally recognized programs such as CATCH (Coordinated Approach To Child Health). Within the physical education program, students are introduced to quality information and resources on health and wellness through community and national stakeholders such as the AHA (American Heart Association), ADA (American Diabetes Association), USDA (United States Department of Agriculture), the NFL (National Football League), Cooper Institute, local fire and police departments, local parks and recreation departments and more. By utilizing resources available in our community and research based curriculums we have created a very comprehensive, sustainable, high quality physical education experience for our students.