Driving Directions for Athletic Events

St. John’s Lutheran School feels that it is our goal that every individual student-athlete will contribute in a unique and special way to the overall success and growth of our teams.  Athletics can be an important tool in teaching students to make use of their God-given talents.  Our program strives to improve the talents of each athlete, while stressing the importance of teamwork love of sport and a positive Christian attitude.


  1. To learn to glorify Christ on and off the playing field/court and grow in faith, while maintaining the highest level of Christian sportsmanship.
  2. To develop positive attitudes toward winning and losing, success and failure – win humbly and lose graciously.  A “winning” attitude is defined as “an individual or team working as hard as they can to develop their abilities together.”
  3. To encourage and develop respect for fellow athletes whether they are teammates or members of opposing teams, realizing that working as a “team” encompasses coaches, parents, and peers.
  4. To orient all participants and fans to abide by the rules, regulations, and official decisions that govern each sport.
  5. To create a positive athletic experience that develops a lifelong enjoyment for sports and recreational activities.


The “Big Four Athletic Conference” that includes St. Paul’s – Grafton, First Immanuel – Cedarburg, St. John’s – West Bend and St. John’s – Mayville limits participation to those student athletes who have not reached their fifteenth birthday by September 1 of the school year in which they desire to participate.  If, for any reason, this is not met, the athletic director can present a request to the board to have that particular student-athlete instated for that particular year.  St. John’s is proud to participate in the following athletics throughout the year.




Girls Volleyball

Co-Ed Soccer

Co-Ed Cross Country

Girls Basketball

Boys Basketball

Co-Ed Spirit Squad

Co-Ed Softball

Co-Ed Track & Field