• Athletic Opportunities

    • Across our campuses we offer many different athletic opportunities both competitive and non-competitive for all of our students.

      Competitive Opportunities:  Students will be able to attend tryouts, and if selected for the team, will travel and compete among the Alhambra Elementary School District League.

      Non-Competitive “no-cut” Opportunities:  Students will not be asked to “tryout” for a team, nor will they be “cut” for lack of ability. They are, however, asked to do their best, take pride in their efforts and learn how to be a responsible member of a team. In this way students begin to learn the fundamental skills needed to prepare themselves for increasingly higher levels of play.

      Stop by your schools' office to receive more information about how to get students involved in athletics at their school!

  • 2023 Spring

    Competitive Sports Champions!

    Baseball Champions 2023

    Softball Champions


    2023 Winter

    Competitive Sports Champions!1st place Barcelona Flag Football Team


    2023 Cheer Competition Winners!

                                    Cheer Competition Dance Division Winners

                                                     Cheer Competition - Sideline Winners 

                                                     Cheer Competition - Show Winners


    2022 Fall

    Competitive Sports Champions!

    Championship Volleyball - Carol G Peck

  •   Get your sports physical today!

    Sports Physicals

    As we focus on educating the whole child, we are putting extra effort in ensuring all our students play and practice safely. We require all students that are participating in any after school sports or physical clubs have a Sports Physical. Sports Physicals are good for one year from the time they are administered.

    In order to assist our families with completing these Sports Physicals, there are a few close locations to choose from.  Parents and/or guardians can call to schedule an appointment:

    Honor Health - Fast Med - At any of the Honor Health - Fast Med locations, Sports Physical are $25.  Find a location near you at FastMed.com and request a sports physical.

    Mountain Park Health Center - At any of the Mountain Park Health Centers, with AHCCCS insurance, the Sports Physical is FREE.  Without insurance or with private insurance, the Sports Physical is charged on a sliding scale.  Call:  602-243-7277 and request a sports physical.

    Phoenix Family Medical Clinic - At any of the Phoenix Family Medical Clinics, with AHCCCS insurance, the Sports Physical is FREE.  Without insurance or with private insurance, the Sports Physical is $30.  Call:  602-773-5546 and request a sports physical.

    Terros Health - At any of the Terros Health clinics, with or without insurance, the Sports Physical are $25.  Call:  602-685-6000 and request a sports physical.

    Banner Urgent Care - At 7952 N. 43rd Avenue, with or without insurance, the Sports Physical is $25. Call: 623-465-6330 and request a sports physical.

    Banner Children's Community Clinic at Porfirio H. Gonzales Elementary School - 9401 W. Garfield Rd. Tolleson, AZ 85353.  FREE - Health Care for Uninsured Children and Youth.  Call:  480-412-6344 and request a sports physical.

    Thank you for helping to ensure our students are practicing, playing, and participating safely!

Event Dates

  • Fall Sports Season:

    Volleyball & Soccer: 9/11 - 11/7

    iDAC Volleyball Tournament - GAP & JWR at Central High School: 12/1 & 12/2.  The first game is at 5:00 pm.

    iDAC Boys Soccer Tournament - CLA & Catalina at Alhambra High School: 12/8. The first game is at 5:00 pm.  12/9 The first game is at 9:00 am.

    Winter Sports Season: 

    Basketball & Flag Football: 12/4 - 2/1

    Cross Country Meets: Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29 at Sevilla School

    Cheer Competition: Feb. 3rd at Carol G Peck School 

    Spring Sports Season:

    Coed Slow Pitch Softball & Boys Volleyball: March - April

Safety - CDC Concussion Information

  • Safety

    To help ensure the health and safety of young athletes, Center for Disease Control and Prevention developed the HEADS UP Concussion in Youth Sports initiative to offer information about concussions to coaches, parents, and athletes involved in youth sports. The HEADS UP initiative provides important information on preventing, recognizing, and responding to a concussion.  HEADS UP to Youth Sports also offers a free, online course available to coaches, parents, sports officials, athletic trainers, and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion. http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/youth.html