The Beth Haven athletic program is a character-building tool for instilling the principles of teamwork, commitment, discipline and personal integrity.
Beth Haven Christian School is Title IX compliant and competes in the 6th Region and the 21st District of KHSAA athletics as an “A” school. Currently, boys participate in baseball, basketball, cross country, and golf; while girls participate in basketball, cheerleading, cross country, softball, and volleyball.
To contact our Athletic Department: AD@BethHaven.com
From pages 41-42 of our Parent/Student Handbook:
Beth Haven Christian School maintains an active interscholastic sports program, competing in basketball, baseball, fast-pitch softball, volleyball, cheerleading, and golf. BHCS is a member of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA). The size of BHCS gives our students a unique opportunity: any student who wishes to participate in any extracurricular activity can do so, if they are willing to abide by all the rules of the particular activity and they meet academic requirements. BHCS does not hold tryouts for its athletic programs. All sports participants (K4-12) must have a sports physical from a licensed medical facility before they can practice or play on any BHCS sports team.
1. Varsity athletes must be at their proper grade level and on track to graduate on the first day of the school year. This includes having made up and received credit for any course/credit deficiencies for the previous year. If a student is ineligible at the beginning of school, he/she will remain ineligible for the entire first semester of school. In addition to any KHSAA eligibility restrictions, which may change at their discretion, BHCS adds the following academic requirements.
2. Grades will be checked on a weekly basis. To remain eligible, student athletes must maintain a minimum 2.0 grade-point average, with no F’s, cumulative for the year. If a student is failing a course, he/she has one school week before being declared ineligible, providing he/she is passing at least four classes. Ineligibility means that the student cannot practice or play until grades are passing.
3. A student athlete must be in school the full day of the activity in order to participate either in practice or in a game after school; exceptions to this policy may be made on occasion by the Administration on a case-by-case basis.
4. If a student is suspended from school for any reason—including cheating or plagiarism— he/she will not be permitted to participate in or attend practices or games until the suspension period is over.
From our Admissions page:
Sports Fee, per sport:
(collected only for those that choose to participate in a sport):
Elementary = $35, Middle School = $50, High School = $75