St Ignatius CYO basketball is available to all registered members of the parish. In addition, in order to participate in CYO for St. Ignatius, any child who has yet to be confirmed must be either enrolled in Prep or attend the Parish or another Catholic School.
The following programs are offered:
Adult League (Over 30) - Starts late November (Plays Monday Nights)
High School (Boys/Girls 9/10 and 11/12) - Starts November 1st
Travel (Boys 4th, 5/6, 7/8) - Starts November 1st.
Travel (Girls 4th, 5/6, 7/8) - Starts November 1st.
PeeWee (boys/girls PreK/K, 1st /2nd grade) - Runs Mid November till end of February (Sunday Afternoons)
Intramurals (Boys and Girls 3rd & 4th) - Runs November thru February
Tryouts for REGION travel (5/6 and 7/8 boys and girls) will be held early November. We will publish actual times as we get closer. We will also be holding open gym during October....date and times will be sent out soon.
Volunteer clearance requirements
CYO Volunteers, we really appreciate the extra efforts in continuing to keep our children safe. Below are the steps that all volunteers need to complete in order to work with our CYO athletes.
1. PA State Police Criminal Record Check
3. Federal Criminal Background Check
4. Protecting God's Children
5. Act 24: Arrest & Conviction Report
St Ignatius CYO Volleyball program is available to all registered members of the parish. The teams compete against other CYO programs in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. There is a JV Girls and Varsity Girls program that is open to girls who are currently in grades 5 through 8. Currently, there is no boys volleyball program that is offered in the fall. The fall program runs from mid-September through late October .
Evaluations will be held in early September. We will publish more information re: dates and times for the evaluation in the coming weeks.
The programs being offered for the fall are:
Varsity (Girls only 7 – 8 grade)
JV (Girls only 5 – 6 grade)
Saint Ignatius CYO affirms that the core value of our program is to provide a positive learning and athletic experience for each participant and the purpose of these programs is to promote Christian attitudes while encouraging healthy physical activity. These activities should foster: