• 305-394-9494
  • 530 SW 1st Street, Florida City, Florida 33034
We do not offer competitive high-school sports at our school, however, as a private school student, you are allowed to play a sport at your homeschool.

If you do not know your homeschool, you may search it on this site:

Please contact the Athletics Director directly from the school you would like to play a sport at, and they will be able to provide you with information on tryouts, insurance, and physicals.

If you are playing a sport at a school that is not your homeschool, you must also complete the EL-14 form and have it approved by the South Region.

18180 SW 122 Ave., Miami, FL. 33177

You will need to complete the following forms if you are playing a sport this year.

  1. Survey Form
  2. Game Schedule Form
  3. Transfer Memo Form


Although Ebenezer Christian School does not provide competitive high-school sports, we do offer students a variety of athletic activities.These activities include:

Athletic Activities:

  • Physical Fitness
  • Running Long Jump
  • Table Tennis (Singles)
  • Track
  • Archery
  • Soccer Kick

If you are interested in participating in any of these activities, please contact the Activities Director.


At Ebenezer Christian School, we offer a variety of clubs for students to participate in. These clubs offer our students exposure to a wider variety of experiences than what the base curriculum can offer. Below is a list of clubs available at our school:

Academic Clubs:

  • Chess Club
  • Checkers Club
  • Science Club
  • Spelling Club
  • Bible Memory Club
  • Bible Bowl Club
  • Web Design Club
  • PowerPoint Design Club

Misc. Clubs:

  • Crochet Club
  • Photography Club
  • Haitian Culture Club
  • Hispanic Culture Club

This list is subject to change based on student interest and teacher availability. If you are interested in participating in any of these activities, please contact the Activities Director.

Community Service Project Procedures

A community service project is required by the Miami-Dade County School Board as a requirement for graduation. All proposals must outline a “high quality” project worthy of consideration and be a minimum of 150 hours.
Community service is an integral part of the education of our nation’s youth. Through service to others, students improve their self-esteem, develop a sense of responsibility, and develop sensitivity to the needs of others and the community. Community Service is giving back to society.
Community service hours must be performed solely by the student and may be performed at any of the following: (1) a non-profit organization, (2) a government agency, (2) a school, (3) a hospital, (4) a retirement organization or home, or (5) for a disabled or elderly individual in need of assistance. See the activities director for additional organizations and agencies that typically welcome volunteers. Students may not receive community service hours for work on an individual’s political campaign or for volunteering in a relative’s business, and may not receive any compensation such as money, gifts, or other benefits for their service. The school must approve and verify that the student’s community service complies with these requirements.

Document your hours on the “Activity Log Form”. In addition, please attach an original copy of the letter verifying your community service hours on letterhead from the agency or organization.

Summarize one of your community service experiences in essay form and address the following in your essay:

  1. Describe your community service project and why you wanted to volunteer with this organization
  2. Describe the main activities you engaged in while volunteering
  3. Describe the impact you believe your project had on the community
  4. Briefly describe your project and the main activities of your project.

When you have completed all documentation as specified above, have your parent/guardian sign the Activity Log Form.
In your Junior year, your completed community service packet must be turned in to Mr. Moyse in the Activities Office by the beginning of April to have those hours reflected in the transcript you will send out with college applications the following school year. (Should you wish to turn in a Community Service packet in your Freshman and/or Sophomore year, you may do so at any time with Mr. Moyse.