Timberline PK-8 School offers many opportunities for students to engage in athletics.
Boys basketball at Timberline is open to all 6, 7, and 8th grade male student-athletes. Students are held to a high standard on and off the court and have built a thriving basketball program at Timberline. Traveling teams play against other middle schools in the district. Boys basketball starts in early October and continues through mid November.
The Timberline Soccer Club is run in partnership with the city of Longmont. The team is co-ed and is for 6th & 8th graders. The team practices in the Clark Centennial City Park behind the school from 3:45-4:45 week days during the soccer season. We have two seasons, one in the fall and one in the spring. Games are played at different locations around the city with tournaments at Sand Stone Ranch Athletic Facility. Information about the program is available on the City of Longmont Athletic website as well as from Timberline prior to the start of each season.
During track season the students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of running and field events. Students are encouraged to try a variety of events in order to see what fits their style and talent. Track is also a wonderful opportunity for students to get in good condition and prepare for high school athletics.
Our volleyball program is open to any girls in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. All skill levels are welcome and we practice every day after school to help both the experienced and unexperienced player get better on the court. As a team, we play four games over four weeks and then have a culminating tournament that takes place at the end of the season. Our student athletes are held to high standards and students will be held accountable for their grades and behavior. Boys (and girls) are welcome to be managers who help during practices and set up equipment when needed. All three coaches love to help our ladies get better as players and teammates.
Wrestling- All our student athletes wear the green and navy blue with pride. They display the components of hard work, perseverance, self-discipline, and high levels of effort. Expectations for wrestlers are to attend practice every day and to make sure their grades are in good standing to participate. The wrestling season runs typically 6-8 weeks and goes from 3:30-5:00 pm daily practices, with dual meet times shared once the new district middle school wrestling schedule is shared. GO TIMBERLINE AND GO WOLVES!!