Monica Catholic High School is committed to becoming one of the top athletic
programs in the Camino Del Rey Association and CIF's Southern Section. With 18 teams competing, Mariner student-athletes
have the opportunity to enrich their academic experience and personal growth
through athletic participation. St.
Monica is proud to offer student-athletes the opportunity to compete in the
following programs and leagues within the California Interscholastic Federation
(CIF) Southern Section:|
Fall: Boys Cross Country (Camino Real League), Cheer, Football (Santa Fe League), Girls Cross Country (Camino Real League), Girls Golf (Del Rey League), Girls Tennis (Del Rey League), Girls Volleyball (Camino Real League)
Winter: Boys Basketball (Camino Real League), Boys Soccer (Del Rey League), Cheer, Girls Basketball (Camino Real League) , Girls Soccer (Camino Real League)
Spring: Baseball (Camino Real League), Boys Golf ( Del Rey/Camino Real League), Boys Tennis (Del Rey League), Boys Track & Field (Camino Real League), Boys Volleyball (Del Rey League), Girls Track & Field (Camino Real League), Softball (Del Rey League)
St. Monica Catholic High School is a coeducational, parish high school that provides a college preparatory curriculum for students of diverse abilities, cultures, and faiths. Guided by gospel values, our school family affirms and respects the dignity of each member of our school community. In collaboration with parents and the parish community, we provide a faith-based education that fosters academic achievement, intellectual curiosity, individual talents, and Christian service.
The SMCHS Athletic Program provides a variety of experiences that enhance the development of favorable habits and attitudes that will prepare students for adult life. Mariner athletes cultivate their personal talents by:
Athletic Goals and Objectives
The primary goal of SMCHS Athletics is to assist students in the development of character through their participation in sports. Student-athletes shall learn:
1. to work with others
2. to be successful
3. to develop sportsmanship
4. to improve their skills
5. to enjoy athletics
6. to develop desirable personal health habits
Participation is a Privilege
Participation in St. Monica Athletics is not a right of all students, but rather a privilege which is afforded to those selected individuals who possess the ability, attitude, disposition, cooperative spirit, and desire to represent the student body and school community in a manner which reflects favorably upon the reputation of St. Monica Catholic High School.
St. Monica Catholic High School Athletics