Sports at Arborbrook
We believe that a balanced sports program is an asset to the school. Through sports students learn invaluable life lessons such as self-discipline, hard work, how to be part of a team, how to win and lose, commitment, and leadership. Arborbrook’s sports program also offers a social outlet for students and families, contributes to school spirit, provides a connection with the Lower School and serves as a way for Arborbrook families to be a witness in the community.
“I have participated in basketball for the past 3 years. I really enjoy the training and my coaches are terrific. They teach us a lot more than just basketball.” – Caleb, freshman
Arborbrook participates in the Charlotte Area Christian Athletic Association (CACAA) with the following schools: Carolina Christian School, Central Academy at Lake Park, Charlotte United, Faith Christian, First Assembly of Monroe and The Fletcher School. For more information about the CACAA, visit the conference website: CACAA
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Sports offered during the 2014-2015 year were Boys and Girls Cross Country, Varsity Girls Volleyball, Cheerleading, Varsity Boys Basketball, and Varsity Girls Basketball.
“I have been involved in volleyball, basketball, and soccer. I enjoyed all three because I enjoy sports, I love how everyone encourages you even if you make a wrong move.” – Becca, junior
“I have been involved in basketball and cross country. I love to play basketball because the whole school comes behind the team and there are always tons of fans at games.” – Joel, sophomore
“I have been involved in basketball and volleyball at Arborbrook. I love how the coaches take time to help you with your weaknesses and teach you how to better use your strengths in the sports.” – Bailey, sophomore
Arborbrook is interested in offering as many sports as time and resources allow. However, athletics are an extracurricular activity and are not guaranteed from year to year. In order to offer team sports at Arborbrook, many things have to come together – players, coaches, adult supervision and facilities. All sports require a minimum number of players to create a team. Families pay an additional fee for participation in sports. The fees are not included in tuition.
The Arborbook mascot is the falcon.
“I played basketball freshman and sophomore year at Arborbrook. I loved the team dynamics. It was fun to sweat together, cry together, rejoice together, and get in really good shape together during basketball season!” – Mariah, senior