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A Message from Our Athletic Director


Athletics is an integral part of life at Socrates Academy. We believe the athletic program is an important element in the overall development and growth of our student-athletes. Socrates Academy emphasizes the importance that interscholastic team sports plays in the lives of our students. Through athletics, we learn critical life lessons and skills such as discipline, cooperation, teamwork, dedication, and proper work ethics. We strive to provide a strong program for our student-athletes to maximize their  abilities in a competitive setting while preparing them to play at the next level.


Socrates Academy currently competes in the Queen City Conference (QCC). The teams in the QCC consist of Carmel Christian, Grace Covenant, Trinity Episcopal, Union Prep, and Charlotte Prep. We also schedule schools in the Charlotte Area in non-conference matches/games. Socrates Academy currently offers Cross-Country, Girls Volleyball, Boys Soccer, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Cheerleading, Track, and Girls Soccer, Co-ed Golf, and Girls Tennis. For our High School athletes, we currently offer Boys Basketball and Girls Volleyball.


Support is a core component of Socrates Academy’s athletic tradition. At Socrates Academy, parental support is an integral component and a necessary part of our athletic success. We strongly encourage our parents to join the Owl Club.


Please let me know if you have any questions about our Athletic Program at Socrates Academy.


Thank you for your support of Socrates Academy Owls Athletics!


Go Owls!


Ashley Minda, Athletic Director

Cross Country



SEASON: August - November



SEASON: October - February

Girl's Basketball


SEASON: January - April



SEASON: March - May



SEASON: August - October

Boys Soccer


SEASON: August - October

Boy's Basketball


SEASON: November - January

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SEASON: March - May

Tennis Ball


SEASON: August - October

Girls Soccer


SEASON: March - May


What sports does SA offer in Middle School?

-SA currently offers Coed Cross Country, Girls Tennis, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Coed Track, Coed Golf, and Cheerleading. These sports are offered to 6th-8th grade students. 


Are Middle School Sports Try-Out sports?

The only Track, Cross-Country, Tennis and Golf are sports where athletes are not required to try out.

What sports does SA offer at the Elementary level?

-SA currently offers 3rd-5th grade basketball during the months of December through February. We also offer 2nd-5th grade soccer during the months of September through October.

What sports does SA offer at the High School Level?

We currently offer volleyball and basketball. We our student population increases and our high school grows, we expect to offer additional athletics opportunities.

Who coaches the SA Teams?

-At the Middle School level, all teams are coached by faculty members or outside individuals who all have playing and coaching experience. For our Elementary teams, we have volunteer parents lead our individual teams


Why do our Elementary Basketball teams only have one day of practice per week?

-Currently with only one gym, we dedicate gym practice time to our Middle School teams daily from 4:00-7pm for both our Girls and Boys teams. Fridays have been designated only for our Elementary teams. 


Does SA plan on constructing a new basketball gym and other athletic facilities along with the SA High School expansion?

-Yes, under the new project plans, SA does plan on constructing a new HS Gym that will be used primarily for HS PE and both HS and MS Games. Also in our construction plans, SA plans to construct a new athletic soccer field with a track around. 

How can I get involved as a parent in the SA Program?

-In 2018, the SA Athletic Program announced the creation of the SA Owl Club. The SA Owl Club is similar to an athletics booster club. Parent volunteers work with Coach Pearl collectively on ways to improve and help the SA Program. 


For questions or concerns, please contact Myles Pearl at

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