Seven Oaks Classical School understands that much of a child's education happens outside the classroom. It occurs through sports and clubs and music lessons. To that end, we will build our offerings of athletics and extracurriculars as quickly as we can, consistent with quality. What we offer first will depend, in part, on student interest and the availability of coaches, sponsors, and volunteers.


Seven Oaks believes in the importance of bodily fitness and physical education, alongside fitness of mind. This belief is reflected in our commitment to frequent recesses and to exercise and physical education throughout the early grades. It is also reflected in our commitment to building an athletics program that gives students opportunities to grow in each of the Eight Pillars of Character: Citizenship, Cooperation, Courage, Honesty, Integrity, Perseverance, Respect, and Responsibility. 

Several of our clubs are making the transition to interscholastic teams, including middle school cross country and middle school girls volleyball. In this, we have the benefit of a classic 1930s-era Hoosier gymnasium.   


Seven Oaks seeks to augment the curriculum with a robust offering of extracurriculars. We look at student interest and compatibility with the Seven Oaks mission. This year, we are expanding our extracurricular offerings to include the following: 

  • Theatre Club

  • Musical Theater

  • Junior Classical League

  • Chess Club

  • Basketball

  • Volleyball

  • Cross-country

Elaine Bollhorst, Athletic Director-

Rachel Holland, Dean of Student Life-