Athletics

Teaching kids to love God and to love others through team sports and athletics.

ATHLETICS ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • ZCS game changes will be posted here by 2:45pm on Game Days. For Holland Christian Co-Op sports cancellations call 616-820-3250.
  • Middle School students are required by MHSAA rules to have a physical on file in order to participate in the 2016-17 sports year.  The form needs to be on file in our school office before tryouts/practice begins. Middle School physical forms are available in our middle school office or by printing one off.  
  • HC Middle School physical forms 
  • Concussion Information Sheet

Holland Christian Middle School Athletic Information 

Weekly Schedule at ZCS

Monday, 1/16

Boys Swimming and Diving at Holland Aquatic Center Starts

- 8th girls basketball practice 3:30-5pm at ZCS

- 7th girls basketball practice 3:30-5pm at Faith

Tues. 1/17

- 8th girls basketball game at Moline 4pm  cancelled

- 7th Z1 game home 4pm  cancelled

- 7th Z2 game at Hope Chr. 4pm  cancelled

Wed. 1/18

- 8th girls basketball game at Moline 4pm  rescheduled

- 7th Z1 game home 4pm  rescheduled

- 7th Z2 game at Hope Chr. 4pm  rescheduled

Thur. 1/19

- 8th girls basketball game at Dutton Chr. 4pm

- 7th Z1 Game at Byron Center Chr. 5:15pm

- 7th Z2 practice at Faith 3:30-5pm

Fri. 1/20

 

 

 

 

 

Important Athletics Links

CONTACT US

Joel Nagelkirk
Athletic Director
Phone: (616) 879-0351 
jnagelkirk@zcs.org     

Middle School at ZCS

You notice we call this space between 6th-8th grades "Middle School."  Not "Junior High."  That's because middle schoolers aren't junior high schoolers.  They are kids in the middle of drastic changes throughout their bodies that are reflected in how they think, how they act and how they learn.  At Zeeland Christian Middle School, our teaching staff embraces this unique phase of life and enjoys leading their students through it.

One of the most unique aspects of ZCMS is the way we help kids make good choices.  We do not have ZERO HOURS or DETENTION or any of the discipline tactics most parents grew up with. Instead, the teachers rely on creating relationships with students and guiding them along the way.  What happens if a student makes a poor choice?  Then, they experience the natural consequences of their actions.  Yes, it's more work for the staff.  But we believe strongly that punishment alone will not help our students grow into the people God created them to be.  If you'd like to learn more about "natural consequences" and some of the tactics we use, we recommend reading the book, "Love & Logic."