OLV Athletic News:
This year was a very successful year for our athletic teams. Our boy's basketball team took first place in the PAC while the girl's basketball team, the soccer team and the boy's track team all took second place respectfully. A big thanks goes out to Coach Hampton and Coach Torres who helped coach our teams this past year. On that note, if any parent would like to help coach any of our sports please contact Mr. Wilkerson or Coach Crane.
With summer upon us, I would like remind all parents that will have students participating in our sports program next year, they must have a physical before they can participate in sports. It would be great if physicals could be done over the summer! We will have an athletic meeting for all sports when school starts. The soccer schedule and the volleyball schedule have been finalized and our first competition will be August 27th!
Finally, I would like to thank all the teachers and parents who supported our programs this year. Parents, there are some opportunities for service hours in athletics, as we often need help with the score clock and scorebook for volleyball and basketball. We graduated many athletes this past year, so I hope you will encourage your children to participate in our athletics program next school year.
Our Lady of Victory Interscholastic Sports Program
Beginning in the fifth grade, OLV encourages students to participate in our interscholastic sports program. Students in grades 5 through 8 are exposed to various sports within the Private Athletic Conference (P.A.C.). The P.A.C. is an association of several private schools that compete against each other in school athletics. The league is designed to provide experience for students wanting to pursue sports at a higher level of instruction. The main focus of the league is to foster friendly competition and good sportsmanship.
Co-ed Soccer (Fall)
Girls’ Volleyball (Fall)
Boys’ Basketball (Winter)
Girls’ Basketball (Winter)
Boys’ Track & Field (Spring)
Girls’ Track & Field (Spring)
P.A.C. Member Schools
Our Lady of Victory (Tyrone)
St. Paul's (Peachtree City)
St. John's (Hapeville)
All students must have met academic standards before being allowed to try out and are expected to continue to meet academic standards throughout the season.
To be eligible to participate in the OLV sports program students must maintain passing grades, 70 and up, in all subjects. Eligibility will be checked every quarter and on interim reports determined by the administration. Any student on academic probation is not eligible to participate in the sports program.
Students who are ineligible to play in OLV sports program are also ineligible to play Middle School Sports at our Archdiocesan High School programs for middle school students.
Grades will be reviewed at the Interim report period, as well as at the end of the marking period.
As a reminder, all forms can be printed from the OLV website located within the “sports program” section of the OLV website.
Consent for Physical (PDF)