The Middle School Sports Program
To view the 2014-2015 Middle School Sports photo album click here.
For photos of the 2015 Track Championships click here.
Your student can experience the fun of playing for his/her school team while benefiting from participating in organized sports thanks to the Alameda Education Foundation’s Middle School Sports program!
Our Middle School Sports program is for Alameda public school 6th – 8th graders. Student-athletes compete for their school teams in co-ed Volleyball (fall), boys and girls Basketball (winter) and Track & Field (spring). Not only do student-athletes learn important life skills related to teamwork, goal-setting and sportsmanship, our program also includes an academic tie-in to help student-athletes learn to be just as successful in the classroom as on the court or field. And it’s fun!
Students must be registered online. To register, click on the blue “sports” button on the left during the appropriate registration period. There is a participation fee per sport.
Scholarships are available! To request a scholarship, please click here. Scholarship requests should be made after your child is selected for the team and before you register online. Please refer to your player letter for deadlines.
Information on tryouts and team practices and schedules is available from the site coaches. All parents/guardians must complete a Medical & Liability Release form and turn it into the coach BEFORE a student may try out or practice! You may download that form here. Students selected for teams must register by clicking the blue “Sports” button on the left during the registration period. Only registered players may compete. For registration FAQs, please click here.
Information on the particular sports, including rules and season schedules (as available) may be found here:
For more information, please contact your school coach or AEFSports@alamedaeducation.org
The Jack Capon Award
Jack Capon was a long time Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) educator who specialized in physical education. He was a tireless advocate for physical fitness and movement. He founded both the original AUSD middle school sports program and Alameda’s Special Olympics. Mr. Capon was an author of many books on movement that are still in print. Unfortunately, he passed away in 2000. He would have been thrilled that AEF restarted the middle school sports program that he cherished so dearly. In his name and legacy, AEF honors an 8th grade girl and boy student-athlete from each middle school at the end of each school year.
Student-athletes are nominated by the coaches and selected by AEF. Criteria includes sportsmanship, academic achievement, and being a caring, committed team member.
|Academy of Alameda||Julian Eagerly and Hailey Smith|
|ACLC/Nea||Xanders Navasca and Rebecca Stiling|
|Bay Farm||Dominic Pope|
|Encinal Jr. Jets||Chun Hong Chan and Sydney Williams|
|Lincoln||Tilman Vetter and Julia Wise|
|Wood||Jonathan Powell and Leilani Shepard|
Alameda Middle School Sports made possible by: