2013-14 US Cellular Cup All Activities Combined Champion, 2013-14 US Cellular Cup Boys Champion

2013-14 Omaha World Herald All Sports Combined Champion, 2013-14 All Sports Boys Champion

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CONCUSSION AWARENESS – LB 260

It is important for parents to have as much information about concussions and to be aware of what procedures Skutt Catholic follows from the point when a concussion is diagnosed to the athlete returning to the field of play. Listed below is a Parent Guide and the SCHS protocol. Any questions, contact the Activity Office.

Concussion Protocol

Parent Guide to Concussions


2014-2015 Sport Physicals


Sports physicals will be held on Thursday May 15 

5:30 - 7:00pm at GIKK Lakeside


Please make $25 check payable to Skutt Catholic. This is the time to get those physicals completed before summer workouts begin.

All proceeds will go to the SCHS Athletic Department


NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS


Coach Matt Turman, 2014 Omaha World Herald Boys Coach of the Year

Coach Matt Turman, 2013 Huskerland Prep Coach of the Year

Coach Kyle Jurgens, 2014 Huskerland Prep Coach of the Year

Coach Sheryl Vaughn, 2013 NFHS Coaches Association State Coach of the Year

Coach Brad Hildebrandt, 2014 Nebraska finalist for the NHSACA National Wrestling Coach of the Year

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Skutt Catholic High School offers 19 interscholastic athletic activities. Many of these sports include freshman, sophomore, and junior varsity levels of competition in addition to the varsity level, enhancing opportunities for participation. The SkyHawk varsity athletic teams compete in the River Cities Conference, where year after year, member schools are continually at or near the top in all sports.

Our school believes learning means enjoying a variety of experiences both in and out of the classroom. No matter what your talents or beliefs are SC offers you opportunities to put them to good use.

SC activities have a goal of:

  • Developing Christian and ethical behavior in competitive and noncompetitive performance settings.
  • Acquiring and developing skills of leadership, cooperation, self-discipline, and decision-making.
  • Representing school, self, and community in a manner that exhibits fair play, loyalty, and a strong desire to perform to the best of a student’s ability.
  • Encouraging participation in multiple academic/athletic activities.

All students who wish to participate in interscholastic athletics must have a valid (completed in the past calendar year) physical and a parent consent form on file in the Athletic Director’s office.