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Parental Consent Form (PDF)

Medical Forms (PDF)*

* A completed Medical Form  by a physician is needed in order to
participate in a sport.
The physical must take place within one year of participation.


Panther Volleyball is open to boys and girls in grades 5-8. The team is managed by Mr. Gargiulo and Mrs. Raleigh. For schedules, directions and team info, click here.

CYO Basketball is open to boys and girls in grades 3-8 who attend either The Academy of Our Lady of Peace or Our Lady of Peace Parish. Click here to go to the official OLP CYO Basketball Web site.

Panther Cross Country is open to all students in Grades 3 to 8. Practices will be held on the nearby exercise track. The team is managed by Mr. G and Mrs. Raleigh. For schedules, directions and team info, click here.

Panther Spring Track is open to all students in Grades Kindergarten to 8. Our students train for short, middle and long distance (1 mile) events as well as the long jump, shot-put and turbo javelin. The team is managed by Mr. Gargiulo and Mrs. Raleigh. For schedules, directions and team info, click here.

Grades K to 2: Parent coaches are needed. There will be 5 practices on Mondays starting early April from 3:00-4:15pm. Student runners will be invited to all weekend meets in April and May.
Grades 3 to 8: Practices will be held on Fridays from 3:00-4:30pm. We will need 2 or 3 parent or high school volunteers. Practices will start in late March and our meets will take place on the weekends of April and May.
SOFTBALL: (Spring - Girls only)
Girls in Grades 6 to 8 are invited to tryout for this team. Practices will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays starting in early March. Tryouts will be held after two practices.


Please let the coaches know if your child cannot attend a game or meet so that we can plan accordingly. You can call the office, send in a note, or email Thank you for your cooperation.

The Coaches

Go Panthers!


Congratulations to our Panther Varsity Team for winning the AOLP 2nd Annual Volleyball Tournament Championship on
Saturday, Oct. 13th!

Academy Panthers Hit the Course Running in
Cross Country 2011

This fall twenty students from Grades 3 to 8 joined the Academy’s Cross Country Team and participated in four meets, each time coming home with several medals. The meets in October and November were hosted by Our Lady of Sorrows, Holy Trinity, St. Elizabeth’s Bernardsville and Assumption School. At each of these meets Academy runners placed in the top 15 - bringing home an average of 6 medals each time. The boys and girls are scored separately as well as by grade (3rd and 4th, 5th and 6th, 7th and 8th.)
The distances increase for the older grades starting at .75 miles for 3rd and 4th graders to 1.6 miles for 7th and 8th graders.

We are very proud of the Cross Country team for their hard work and dedication. It is not easy to run these longer distances with so many other children jockeying for position as well as the tougher terrain they had to navigate. We look forward to another successful track season next fall! Go Panthers!

Academy Panther Volleyball Continues to Grow and Roar
Once again a very enthusiastic and large number (41 to be exact) of Academy Middle School students came out for volleyball this past fall. This year was the first year that we joined the GIL League and we also formed an Intramural team both consisting of mixed boys and girls’ varsity and junior varsity players.
The GIL League was made up of eight Catholic elementary schools from the Archdiocese of Newark. There were 16 games scheduled in the short season but the Panthers persevered and made it to the League's Final Four after beating Our Lady of Sorrows 2 games to none at their South Orange gym in the quarter-finals. The Panthers then had to play the number one seeded St. Joe's squad in the semi-finals at the Mount St. Dominic’s gymnasium in Caldwell on Saturday, November 12th. Unfortunately, a nervous start in Game 1 and a better-played Game 2 was not enough to beat St. Joe’s which went on to win the Championship match against Good Shepherd Academy of Irvington. The Academy Panthers finished the season (including playoffs) with a record of 9 wins and 7 losses. Their improvement throughout the season speaks to their spirit and character. The coaches, Mr. Gargiulo and Mrs. Raleigh, once again want to congratulate them on their hard work and dedication.
The Intramural team played against St. Elizabeth’s of Bernardsville, Morristown’s Assumption School and St. Patrick’s of Chatham. Our athletes came a long way from their first game at Assumption. The parents and coaches, Mr. Gargiulo and Mrs. Raleigh, enjoyed watching the team improve tremendously and ended the season with two victories against St. Patrick’s in a very decisive way. We are very proud of their success and look forward to a successful season next year.
In closing, the coaches also want to thank the parents of the Intramural and GIL volleyball teams for their support, their endless driving to games and their attendance at our matches. We look forward to some more great volleyball next year!


Academy Panthers Track and Field run in the
New Providence 5K Run

Congratulations to all of our Panther Track Team members who came out to run the NP 5K Race on May 9th, 2009! You were all awesome!

Click here to see timed results

Click here to see 2008 volleyball photos and videos of the girls varsity and boys teams.

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May 2009 - The Academy Track and Field Team competed in its first ever meet at Assumption in Whippany Park. It was a very windy and chilly day, but that didn't stop our students from doing their best! We came home with 14 medals! Way to go Panthers!


Panthers Track and Field Team Compete in the
30th Annual Holy Trinity Meet
- May 2009


Track Celebration June 2009


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