Downtown Campus Activity Center/Gymnasium

The Downtown Campus Activity Center is a multi-purpose facility for athletic teams in grades 5-8. It houses a competition gymnasium that can be configured for volleyball and an elevated walking track. In addition, the open acreage beneath the massive live oak trees provides shaded outdoor space for team sports.

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Sugar Mill Pond Campus Sports Complex

The sports complex at the Sugar Mill Pond Campus features a competition gymnasium, baseball and softball fields, tennis courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a football and soccer field. 

The Gymnasium alone contains more than 29,000 square feet, including a multi-purpose sports court, seating for 820, state-of-the-art locker rooms, medical training facility, concessions, and office space.

The fitness center is a prime example of a teaching environment to promote fitness-for-life with our students. The center has specialized equipment including free weights, treadmills, elliptical machines, and stationary bikes. The center helps establish healthy habits for a lifetime and promotes a sense of physical and psychological well-being.

The Sugar Mill Pond Campus sports complex contains sport-specific playing fields including a baseball field with press box, softball field, a football field, which also serves as a soccer field, and four tennis courts.

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  • Photo of Eric Mouton

    Eric Mouton 

    Athletic Director
  • Photo of Daniel Gautreaux

    Daniel Gautreaux 

    Middle School Athletic Coordinator & Assistant Athletic Director

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