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


  • New to ZCS sports?  Watch the Athletic Information Video to learn more
  • ZCS game changes will be posted here by 2:45pm on Game Days. For Holland Christian Co-Op sports cancellations call 616-820-3250.
  • Students are required by MHSAA rules to have a physical after April 15, 2013 and on file in our school office before tryouts/practice begins. Forms are available in our middle school office or by printing one off.
  • Due to the new concussion laws, each middle school student and parent are required to read and sign the Concussion Information Sheet and turn it in to their homeroom teacher prior to participation in middle school sports.

The girls soccer game at City Side is cancelled for today due to the weather.  (updated 4/15 12:02pm)



Monday, April 14

  • Girls soccer practice 3:45-5pm 
  • Track Practice 2:45-4p

Tuesday, April 15

  •  Girls soccer game at City Side
  • Track Practice 2:45-4pm
  • Baseball practice 7:40-9pm Sports Quest

Wednesday, April 16

  • Baseball practice 7:40-9pm Sports Quest

Thursday, April 17

  • Girls soccer game at Hamilton 4, 5pm
  • Boys Baseball Game Home 4pm
  • Track Practice

Friday, April 18

  • Baseball Practice 3:30-5:15pm ZC Field




Joel Nagelkirk
Athletic Director
Phone: (616) 879-0351 or (616) 402-9438

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."