The structure of the cross country running program is unique in that the cross country team competes at the school level, rather than being categorized by grade or as junior or senior. The cross country team is co-ed, involving both males and females from each grade. Unlike other team sports, the cross country team attends a single competition, involving all area schools offering a cross country program.

Students who finish in the top bracket are also invited to compete in the city championship, which includes runners from all district schools who have qualified.


Cross country

The structure of the cross country running program is unique in that the cross country team competes at the school level, rather than being categorized by grade or as junior or senior. The cross country team is co-ed, involving both males and females from each grade. Unlike other team sports, the cross country team attends a single competition, involving all area schools offering a cross country program.

Students who finish in the top bracket are also invited to compete in the city championship, which includes runners from all district schools who have qualified.