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To register for Athletics, please click here www.familyid.com/pioneer-valley-chinese-immersion-charter-school-pvcics-athletics


PVCICS offers the following athletic teams for middle and high school students.  
  For more information, please contact info@pvcics.org or cflynn@pvcics.org .

For Middle School students (6-8th graders):
  • Middle School co-ed soccer  (Fall)
  • Middle School co-ed cross country (Fall)
  • Middle School boys and girls basketball  (Winter)
  • Middle School co-ed ultimate frisbee (Spring)  
  • Middle School co-ed equestrian (School year)
  • Middle School co-ed ski racing (Winter)
For High School students:
  • High School boys and girls soccer (Fall)
  • High School co-ed cross country (Fall)
  • High School boys and girls basketball (Winter)  
  • High School co-ed ultimate frisbee (Spring)
  • High School co-ed equestrian (School Year)
  • High School co-ed ski racing (Winter)
  • High School wrestling coop with Granby HS (Winter)

 The practice  schedules are below. Due to weather cancellations, check the calendars often as dates may be subject to change.  

Interested players will need to register through Family Id click on the link above.  The registration along with a $175 user fee must be submitted in order for a player to participate in any team practices or games.  

Students who qualify for free lunch are not required to pay the athletic user fee. Students who qualify for the reduced lunch fee pay an athletic fee of $80.  Those with a financial hardship may apply for a fee waiver using the form found on the Family ID website.

PVCICS Fall Sports Schedules

PVCICS MS Co-ed Soccer


Cross Country Schedule

PVCICS High School Boys' Soccer

Athletic Handbook

PVCICS's Athletic Handbook contains details on the guidelines and regulations regarding athletics. It
is available by clicking here.

Hazing Act, MA General Laws

Students must comply with the Hazing Act as described in the MA General Laws and complete a form
acknowledging their understanding of the Act. It is available by clicking here.

Head Injury Policy

In compliance with state regulations, PVCICS's Head Injury Policy is available by clicking here.

Opioid Misuse Prevention Information

The 2016 legislation in Massachusetts requires that parents, guardians, and other adults in a middle and high school extracurricular athlete’s life such as School Nurses, Athletic Directors, Coaches and Athletic Trainers, receive educational materials on the dangers of opioid use and misuse.  Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has developed educational materials on opioid misuse prevention and is partnering with schools across the state to share this  information with students, parents and school personnel. Because of the risk of injury and the subsequent need for pain management, student athletes may be at risk for opioid misuse.

The materials can be downloaded from the MassTAPP website:


Also, these materials  can be ordered at the Mass. Health Promotion Clearinghouse at no charge at:


Past Schedules:
School Year 2017-2018

School Year 2016-2017

School Year 2015-2016