HSRC Athletic Program Mission Statement and Purpose
This organization and its leaders are committed to God’s Word and His principles. We seek the participation of families who share this commitment to God’s Word and to homeschooling.
Believing that the family is the primary source for training and teaching, we seek to help meet the needs of homeschool families by providing opportunities to participate in sports teams. Also, because we believe that parents are ultimately responsible for the education of their children, and that athletic programs are part of the educational process, the HSRC is governed by a parent board. Our desire is to build Godly character through competition and teamwork, encourage Christian conduct and attitude, and strengthen the children’s individual abilities. We believe that God has given us physical gifts to develop and use to bring Him glory. We believe that sports are an excellent opportunity for spiritual, emotional, and social growth.
Programs will depend on coach availability, facility availability, and student interest. Efforts will be made to schedule appropriate competition as close as possible to Monee, IL, but most of the competitions will require travel. The board will give final approval of new sports, coaches and facilities.
Participation in a sport counts as PE class credit(s). High school athletes have 4 years of athletic eligibility once they are declared a high school student. (Example: an 8th grader playing on a high school team will not use any of his or her 4 years of high school eligibility.)
For more information on any teams, contact the Homeschool Resource Center at
708-235-1901 or e-mail: email@example.com
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