Sports Schedules

  • Join us as we cheer on our student athletes! For an up-to-date schedule of our athletics events, please visit our Calendar page. Go Eagles!



    Athletics Forms and Directions

    Access our athletics packet here. Directions to away games are available by clicking the location on the sports schedule above or within the athletics locations document below.

Athletics & Extracurriculars

  • Are you feeling the pep? Get ready to sweat! Our sports teams are number one and we want you to join us! Bring your school pride, your talent, and your willingness to learn. We'll craft you into an excellent athlete with great sportsmanship. With your help, we make stars out of all our sports teams and live our motto: pursue victory with honor!

  • Vulture Peak Middle School offers a variety of sports for you to participate in. You can choose from:

    • Volleyball
    • Basketball
    • Cheerleading
    • Baseball
    • Softball

    We hope you find one you like. Come try out and we'll see you in the game!


Extra Curricular Involvement

  • Student Council

    The student council members are responsible for planning many events at Vulture Peak such as dances, movie nights, spirit weeks, pep assemblies, and even food drives.  Members of Student Council must be a good role model at all times and do well in their classes. The next Student Council events are:

    • Thursday, December 15th. Movie Night 6-8pm...doors open at 5:45  Admission is FREE!
      The Grinch (Live Action), Elf, Polar Express, and Home Alone will be the featured movies. 
      Concessions will be sold for $1-$2.  A permission slip can be picked up in the Vulture Peak office.  Student's that do not have a signed permission slip will not be able to attend any of the movies.


    The yearbook class meets during 6th Period led by advisor Mrs. Chlopek. The yearbook staff consists of students from 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. These students take pictures, build the yearbook, and help with the sales of the yearbook.   


    • Band is more than just playing an instrument. The program begins in 6th grade and is best enjoyed as a seven-year adventure. Brave participants are guaranteed to make strong friendships, hone leadership skills, and be challenged each and every day. Learning an instrument is really quite easy, but it must be done right!  The Vulture Peak band is taught by the WHS band teacher and includes flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, alto and tenor saxophone, trumpet, horn, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba, and percussion.


    The Vulture Peak Chorus, directed by Camille Boyle, is a combined group of 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students that like to sing and have fun! Any new student with a love of music is welcome to join! This class is a full-year course so make sure you sign up at the beginning of the year. Students in this class will learn the basics of what it takes to become a well-rounded musician while singing great songs from many different genres. The Vulture Peak Chorus will showcase their skills twice a year at the Holiday Concert, and Spring Pops Concert held at the Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts.