FIYA Cross Country (XC)

UPDATED on September 17th

FALL 2020 VIRTUAL CROSS COUNTRY 

Welcome to FIYA Cross Country!  To learn more about our organization, click here.  If you are new to FIYA, it is especially important to take the time to review the information herein before you start competing in our cross country events.

Due to the current restrictions in place in Los Angeles County, FIYA will offer an entirely virtual 2020 cross country season!  Our virtual cross country will be FIYA’ized which means runners have to actually run the course we have laid out but they do it on their own anytime during the open competition period.  

We have designed 10 courses at various parks or recreation areas throughout Los Angeles County.  This is a great way for your school community to gather safely outdoors at beautiful locations on your own schedule, enjoy each other’s company and compete against other schools’ cross country runners through FIYA’s virtual cross country meets.

UPDATE: We now have course videos up on our YouTube channel to help give a better visual of our (3) designated courses for each location! Click here for ALL FIYA Cross Country videos or find each course video link to the right of this page and listed below with more info on each location. 

 

 

 


 

 2020 VIRTUAL XC BASICS 

FIYA is open to ALL middle school/elementary schools.  NO High School students are allowed to compete in FIYA.  We divide the competition based on grade levels as follows:

 DIVISION 1  is 8th grade and below and runs a 2 mile course;

 DIVISION 2  is 6th grade and below and runs a 1.5 mile course;

 DIVISION 3  is 4th grade and below and runs a 1 mile course.

A student athlete can compete as part of the school team or individually if they are not enough student athletes at your school interested in competing.  All FIYA Virtual Meets require that the athletes actually run AT the designated course on your own at anytime during the open competition period.

 


 

 VIRTUAL XC COSTS 

For all of our virtual meets, the cost will be $10 per athlete per school per meet. (There is NO member or non-member costs for virtual meets). 

 

 If a runner participates in at least SIX (6) virtual meets: 

He/she will receive a commemorative 2020 FIYA Virtual XC T Shirt. 

 

 If a runner participates in ALL TEN (10) virtual meets: 

He/she will also receive a commemorative 2020 FIYA Virtual XC Medal.

 

Upon conclusion of the cross country season, FIYA will issue one invoice per school covering all meets that your school athletes participated.  Payment should be made after receipt of the invoice.

 


 

 OPEN COMPETITION PERIOD 

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14thFirst day an athlete can compete at any virtual meet

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22nd: Last day an athlete can compete at any virtual meet

Any submissions outside the open competition period will not be certified.

 


 

 VIRTUAL MEET REGISTRATION 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10th: Virtual XC meet registrations OPEN on FIYA's athletic.net page

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6TH: All virtual meet registrations CLOSE

 

If your school has not participated in FIYA Cross Country in the last two years, you will likely need to first create a free account at athletic.net.  See instructions below  on how to create a free account.  Once you create your account, you then need to add the FIYA cross country meets to your team calendar.  After you have added meets to your team calendar, you can then register for any of the FIYA Cross Country Meets. For VIRTUAL Cross Country meets ONLY, you need to register your athletes through Athletic App.  See the Athletic App instructions under 2020 XC Virtual Links in upper right hand of this page.  If you're unfamiliar with our registration process through athletic.net please see instructions below  on how to register.  

 

 


 

 VIRTUAL MEET LOCATIONS & COURSES 

We have designed 10 courses at various parks and recreation areas throughout Los Angeles County.  All notes on our virtual meet locations are listed below (and in our program file to the right) and all course maps can be downloaded with the links to the right as well.  Note that the addresses provided for each park is the address of the most ideal parking lot in that park (sometimes it differs from the official park address).   

 

NOTE: Again, there is NO particular order in which our offered virtual meets need to be competed; just as long as runner registration and race completion take place AT the course location and within the designated timeframe as noted above and in our program. 

 

COURSE VIDEOS: For better visuals of our virtual courses, we will also be uploading course videos to our YouTube channel and linked on this web page shortly. Please check back to this page or wait for further announcements on any of our communication platforms (social media, email, etc.) to know when these videos are published.  

 

COURSE 1: Columbia Park (“Columbia”)

 

 

COURSE 2: Earvin Magic Johnson Recreation Area (“Johnson”)

 

 

COURSE 3: Edward Vincent Jr Park (“Vincent”)

 

 

COURSE 4: El Dorado East Regional Park (“El Dorado”)

 

 

COURSE 5: Hansen Dam Recreation Area (“Hansen Dam”)

 

 

COURSE 6: Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area (“Hahn”)

 

 

COURSE 7: Lake Balboa/Anthony J. Beilenson Park (“Lake Balboa”)

 

 

COURSE 8: Legg Lake/Whittier Narrows Recreation Area (“Legg Lake”)

 

 

COURSE 9: Peter F. Schabarum Regional County Park (“Schabarum”)

 

 

COURSE 10: Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area (“Santa Fe”)

 

 



 

 HOW WE'LL SCORE: 

Upon close of the last day of the Open Competition Period, FIYA will certify all results and post the official order of finish for both teams and individuals.  FIYA reserves the sole discretion to determine whether runners completed the required course.

All virtual meets will have a team competition as well as an individual competition. **Meaning, individuals can still compete regardless if their school has enough runners to qualify as a team.**  

For the team competition: Your school must have at least 3 runners per division per gender to qualify.  For every three teams participating, we will award a team plaque.  We will award a maximum of 5 team plaques.

  • A maximum of 5 runners per school will place for team scoring purposes.
  • The team winner is determined by adding up the top 3 place finishers from the school's maximum 5 and the lowest total number wins.  
  • In the case of a tie, we use the 4th runner from the team to break the tie.
  • FOR EXAMPLE: School A has the 1st, 10th and 20th finisher and School B has the 8th, 11th and 12th finisher.  Both schools have 31 points.  School A did not have a 4th runner and School B had a 4th runner finish 25th.  In this scenario, School B would be the team winner.

For the individual competition: We award medals to the top runners in each gender division.

  • For every 5 runners, there is a medal place awarded.  
  • For example, if there are 25 runners total in a race, there are 5 medals awarded to the top 5 finishers in that gender division.

Seasonal Champion competition for Division 1 only: Starting with the 2019 FIYA Cross Country Season, we crown an official Girls Division 1 and Boys Division 1 Cross Country Champion upon the conclusion of the season. To qualify, a school must participate in at least 50% of the FIYA Cross Country meets during a season. Your team must finish in the top 5 team scores. This will be based on accumulating points at ANY FIVE of the SIX FIYA cross country meets (or as otherwise determined based on the number of meets offered in that particular season).

For D-1 Girls and D-1 Boys, your school's team will earn points if you finish in the Top 5 Team Scores of your Division at each meet as follows: 

  • 5th Place - 1 point 
  • 4th Place - 2 points 
  • 3rd Place - 3 points 
  • 2nd Place - 4 points 
  • 1st Place - 5 points 

  • If there is a tie in team scores with multiple teams for a top five finish, we will add the point totals and divide by the number of tied teams.  By way of example, if two schools tie for 2nd and 3rd place, we add the points (4 + 3) and divide by 2 so each team will be awarded 3.5 points.  

  • There is a maximum number of cross country meets for which a school team can earn points during a cross country season. The maximum number is the total number of FIYA cross country meets offered in a season minus one. In other words, if FIYA offers 5 cross country meets in a season, a school team can earn points in its four best meets (we drop the lowest score if the school team competed in all 5 meets).

  • If there is a tie in accumulated points upon conclusion of the cross country season with multiple teams, the tiebreaker will be the team that competes in the MOST FIYA cross country meets in the season wins.  If the tiebreaker does not resolve the champion, there will be co-champions.

 

SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFO ON:

REGISTERING FOR VIRTUAL MEETS & USING THE ATHLETIC.NET APP

 

 

 

How to Register for FIYA XC Meets

 MEET REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS  - Please Read

In order to ensure that your school's Cross Country team is familiar with how FIYA conducts its XC meets, please make sure that your coaches carefully read the information above. To understand our program, rules, and how to register, it is very important that XC coaches read all our information. This serves as a checklist of sorts: 

 

1.  Please read the dates above (on our Cross Country Page) for our 2020 season and our FIYA Cross Country FAQ on our meets.

2.  Once you've read through that, you are ready to actually register for each FIYA Cross Country meet that your school team desires to participate.  Cross Country registration for the 2020 season is being handled through Athletic.net.  Assuming your school does not already have an account with Athletic.Net, the FIYA Cross Country registration process becomes a two part process:  The first part is to create a free account and the second part (after you receive an email and confirm activation) is to actually register for each FIYA XC meet your school desire to participate.

 


 

 A.  CREATE A FREE ATHLETIC.NET ACCOUNT 

  • Go to www.athletic.net
  • *IMPORTANT NOTE: Creating a free account needs to be done AT LEAST ONE WEEK prior to date of the XC meet. 
  • Click "Create Free Account"
  • Complete information and click "Next Step"
  • Click "Coach/Event Director"
  • Click "Find Team" and a Find-Your-Team pop up box should appear.  In the pop up box, do the following:  Select "Cross Country, select "Middle School" and select "California" and then type in your school name.  Assuming that your school has never created an account before, you should then be able to click "Add Your Team".
  • (This step is somewhat repetitive) - For Select Team Type - click Middle School; For School Info - complete all boxes and for State/Region, be sure to select "CA:  Los Angeles"; For Select League, Division - nothing needs to be put here; For Contact Info - enter information along with password and phone and then Click Submit Request.  
  • After submitting information to create a free account, you will receive a confirmation email in 1-2 days.
  • Now your account is verified and ready to register for any specific FIYA Cross Country Meets. See Next Step below. 

 


 

 B.  REGISTER FOR FIYA CROSS COUNTRY MEET(S) 

  • After Creating an Account, Go to www.athletic.net
  • Upper right hand corner, click log in and enter log in information
  • Type "FIYA VIRTUAL XC" into the search bar and you should be able to find the various FIYA Virtual Cross Country Meets scheduled for that particular season. (NOTE: FIYA Virtual Cross Country Meets will not show up until Thursday September 10th to register) 
  • *IMPORTANT NOTE:  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR A MEET, YOU MUST FIRST ADD THE MEET TO YOUR TEAM CALENDAR.  Please note the registration deadline for the virtual meets is November 6, 2020.
  • For Virtual Meets ONLY, after you have added the virtual meets to your team calendar, you then need to download Athletic App on to your mobile device to complete the registration to any FIYA Virtual Meet.  See the Athletic App Instructions document under 2020 Virtual XC Links (found in upper right side of this page).
  • For FIYA Virtual Cross Country Meets, the cost is $10 per athlete per school per meet (there is no member/non-member fee).  No payment is needed until the conclusion of the Cross Country season when FIYA will send your school an invoice. 

 


 

 

Click the FIYA XC crest above to return to the top of the Cross Country Home Page.

 

 

 

FIYA XC FAQ

 FIYA CROSS COUNTRY PROGRAM & FAQ 

Please read our Cross Country FAQ page below PRIOR to registering for any FIYA Cross Country Meet. This will give you a general breakdown of what to expect, how we run our program, rules and regulations, and more. 

 

 

 1. MEET REGISTRATION  

Cross Country Registration for our 2020 Virtual Meets will OPEN on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14th. Registration MUST be done through www.athletic.net (which is the same registration procedure we have used for Track & Field and the 2019 XC Season).  Unfortunately, your school will NOT be able to participate in FIYA Cross Country in 2020 if it does not register online through athletic.net. 


So if your school has not participated in FIYA Track & Field or Cross Country in the last two years, you will likely need to first create a free account at athletic.net.  See instructions below on how to create a free account.  

 

Once you create your account, you can then register for any of the FIYA Cross Country Meets. If you're unfamiliar with our registration process through athletic.net please see instructions below on how to register. 

 


 

 2. COST PER MEET 

For all of our Virtual Meets, the cost will be $10 per athlete per school per meet.  (There is NO member or non-member costs for virtual meets).  If a runner participates in six (6) virtual meets, he/she will receive a commemmorative 2020 FIYA Virtual XC T Shirt.  If a runner participates in all ten (10) virtual meets, he/she will receive a commemmorative 2020 FIYA Virtual XC Medal.  

Upon conclusion of the cross country season, FIYA will issue one invoice per school covering all meets that your school athletes participated.  Payment should be made after receipt of the invoice.

 


 

 3. OUR AGE DIVISIONS / COURSES 

Division 3 (4th Grade and Below): 1 Mile Course

Division 2 (6th Grade and Below): 1.5 Mile Course

Division 1 (8th Grade and Below): 2 Mile Course

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: For each FIYA meet, all of our division races are held at the same locations, modified to their distances as distinguished above. To see/download course maps for each meet this season, please view the links to the right. The 2020 Cross Country season will consist of 6 meets, and the level of difficulty for our courses will increase from the first meet to the last. Note: Typically if we have more than one meet at a specific location, each meet at said location will have a different course. 

To give our new coaches and participants a better idea, it's important to note that FIYA Cross Country courses are moderately hilly, with Cheviot Hills being our 'flattest' course last season. All of our courses are designed to fit the ideal Cross Country standard but are also age appropriate and have been reviewed by experienced Cross Country coaches. Below we've provided a brief breakdown/description of each course we've had in the past for a better understanding of what to expect for your athletes. Note: The level of difficulty will also vary depending on your athletes' training and experience. 

 

EDWARD VINCENT COURSE: Hilly Course, Home of the "Monster Hill" 

Community park with 55 acres of picnic areas, sport courts, soccer fields, baseball fields, playgrounds,  an amphitheater, and 3 parking lots located in Inglewood. A Moderate-to-Difficult course consisting of mostly hills and inclines. Course #1 (links to the right) refers to the course that we've typically used for our 1st meet of the season. Course #2 refers to the course we've typically run at the last meet of the season. Starts flat, on a trail the entire race, and depending on the age division, runners will be making 1-2 loops through the park. Contains what we call the "Monster Hill/Corner" which will only be used in the last meet of the season. 

 

KENNETH HAHN COURSE: The Bowl Loop, 'Traditional' Cross Country Course 

A traditional Cross Country experience, Kenneth Hahn is a beautiful LA park full of great trail running. For our course, we use "The Bowl Loop" which is located at the top half of the park (past the main entrance, follow the road all the way until you make it up the big hill). An Easy-to-Moderate course, The Bowl Loop has both flats and hills with a 48 ft. elevation gain all taking place on an actual, paved trail. The course map included to the right is a new variation that refers to the course we ran at the 5th meet of the 2019 season. Kenneth Hahn is a FIYA/fan favorite in our Cross Country program. Fun Fact: The Bowl is where many movie/TV scenes have been filmed including the Teletubbies intro! Note: Parking is VERY limited where The Bowl is located, so most spectators will have to park in the lower lots and walk up the big hill to get to the course (See Parking Map in links on the right). 

 

CHEVIOT HILLS COURSE: Golf Course, Our Flattest Course and Mostly on Grass 

The Cheviot Hills Rec Center is a great Westside LA park full facilities and runs alongside the Rancho Park Golf Course. This is typically considered our flattest/ "easiest" meet of the season being an Easy-Moderate course that takes place mostly on grass with some road trails. This meet has the most changes in courses for our various age divisions. Aside from having the same starting and finish lines, Division 1 runs two full 1-mile loops back to start, Division 2 runs half the loop trail + one full loop back to start, and Division 3 runs one full 1-mile loop. This is a great "beginner's" course to Cross Country and is perfect for ALL of our elementary/middle school teams. This is also typically our largest meet of the season. 

 


 

 


 

 4. HOW WE SCORE 

All meets have a team competition as well as an individual competition. **Meaning, individuals can still compete regardless if their school has enough runners to qualify as a team.**  

 

  • For the team competition: Your school must have at least 3 runners per division per gender to qualify.  For every three teams participating, we will award a team plaque.  We will award a maximum of 5 team plaques.
    • A maximum of 5 runners per school will place for team scoring purposes.
    • The team winner is determined by adding up the top 3 place finishers from the school's maximum 5 and the lowest total number wins.  
    • In the case of a tie, we use the 4th runner from the team to break the tie.  
    • For example: School A has the 1st, 10th and 20th finisher and School B has the 8th, 11th and 12th finisher.  Both schools have 31 points.  School A did not have a 4th runner and School B had a 4th runner finish 25th.  In this scenario, School B would be the team winner.

 

  • For the individual competition: We award medals to the top runners in each gender division.
    • For every 5 runners, there is a medal place awarded.  
    • For example, if there are 25 runners total in a race, there are 5 medals awarded to the top 5 finishers in that gender division.

 

  • Seasonal Champion competition for Division 1 onlyStarting with the 2019 FIYA Cross Country Season, we crown an official Girls Division 1 and Boys Division 1 Cross Country Champion upon the conclusion of the season. To qualify, a school must participate in at least 50% of the FIYA Cross Country meets during a season. Your team must finish in the top 5 team scores. This will be based on accumulating points at ANY FIVE of the SIX FIYA cross country meets (or as otherwise determined based on the number of meets offered in that particular season).
    • For D-1 Girls and D-1 Boys, your school's team will earn points if you finish in the Top 5 Team Scores of your Division at each meet as follows: 
      • 5th Place - 1 point 

        4th Place - 2 points 

        3rd Place - 3 points 

        2nd Place - 4 points 

        1st Place - 5 points 

    • If there is a tie in team scores with multiple teams for a top five finish, we will add the point totals and divide by the number of tied teams.  By way of example, if two schools tie for 2nd and 3rd place, we add the points (4 + 3) and divide by 2 so each team will be awarded 3.5 points.  
    • There is a maximum number of cross country meets for which a school team can earn points during a cross country season. The maximum number is the total number of FIYA cross country meets offered in a season minus one. In other words, if FIYA offers 5 cross country meets in a season, a school team can earn points in its four best meets (we drop the lowest score if the school team competed in all 5 meets).
    • If there is a tie in accumulated points upon conclusion of the cross country season with multiple teams, the tiebreaker will be the team that competes in the MOST FIYA cross country meets in the season wins.  If the tiebreaker does not resolve the champion, there will be co-champions.

 

  

 

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2019 XC Season Review

   

Fall 2019 Season

SIX (6) individual meets took place in the 2019 FIYA Cross Country Season in the Fall. This was the first year FIYA crowned official Division 1 Girls and Boys Champions! In total, we had 37 schools and over 600 student athletes participate in the FIYA XC 2019 season! 

 

Thank you to all of our schools for coming out and helping make this season one for the books: American Martyrs, Beverly Vista Middle School, Century Community Charter, Coeur d'Alene Avenue, Corpus Christi, Culver City Middle School, El Segundo Middle School, Good Shepherd, Hale Charter Academy, Holy Trinity, Intellectual Virtues Academy (Long Beach), John Adams Middle School, Larchmont Charter (Lafayette Park), Larchmont Charter (Selma), Lincoln Middle School (Santa Monica), Mark Twain Middle School, Milken Community School, Mirman School, Monsenor Oscar Romero, New West Charter, Notre Dame Academy Elementary, Oakwood (North Hollywood), Para Los Ninos Charter, Pilgrim School, Prepa Tec Los Angeles, PUC Excel Charter Academy, Santa Monica Alternative, Saints Felicitas & Perpetua, St. Anastasia School, St. Brendan School, St. Mark School, The City School, The Episcopal School of Los Angeles, Vaughn Next Learning Center, Visitation School, WISH Charter, and Wilder's Preparatory Academy. 

 

Times & Places from each meet are posted online on FIYA's Page on athletic.net, and links to all team and individual results can also be found in the archives column to the right of this page! You can read up on all results and highlights below from the 2019 season. (9/25 at Edward Vincent Park, 10/2 at Kenneth Hahn, 10/8 at Cheviot Hills Rec, 10/16 at Kenneth Hahn, 10/23 at Cheviot Hills Rec, and 10/30 at Edward Vincent Park)! 

 

We hope you all had as much fun as we did! 

 


 

 TOP TIMES OF THE SEASON 

Congratulations to the following athletes/ schools for having the top season performances and best times over all six meets of their division for the 2019 season!

 

     

    

 

 

 2019 FIYA XC DIVISION 1 CHAMPIONS! 

For the first time ever, this season FIYA crowned a Division 1 Girls and Division 1 Boys Cross Country Seasonal CHAMPION for Cross Country! Similar to our Track & Field Program, scores are taken from all six (6) FIYA Cross Country meets and to qualify, a school must participate in at least 50% of the FIYA Cross Country meets during the season.

The team winner of each Division 1 race at a meet is determined by adding up the Top 3 place finishers from the school's maximum five (5) runners and the lowest total number wins. You had to have at least three (3) Division 1 runners compete in the race to qualify for a team score in that particular meet. For this seasonal award, a team must finish in the Top 5 team scores from the entire season based on accumulating points at any five (5) of the six (6) 2019 FIYA Cross Country Meets. A school's team earned points by finishing in the Top 5 Team Scores in Division 1 (8th Grade & Below) at each meet as follows: 5th Place - 1 point, 4th Place - 2 points, 3rd Place - 3 points, 2nd Place - 4 points, and 1st Place - 5 points

 

 

 WITHOUT FURTHER OR DO... 

 

Congratulations to FIYA's 2019 Division 1 Boys Cross Country Champions,

 OAKWOOD SCHOOL (NORTH HOLLYWOOD)! 

 

 

ALSO Congrats to FIYA's 2019 Division 1 Girls Cross Country Champions,

 OAKWOOD SCHOOL (NORTH HOLLYWOOD)!

 

Oakwood will receive championship trophies and individual medals for both their Boys and Girls Cross Country teams to mark the achievement. This is Oakwood's FIRST year participating in FIYA Cross Country, so congratulations again on your successful seasons and we look forward to having you in the future! 

 


 

2019 Division 1 Boys Final Team Standings:   

1st Place: Oakwood School, 21 points 

2nd Place: Larchmont Charter Lafayette Park, 19 points 

3rd Place: Culver City Middle School, 15 points 

4th Place: Larchmont Charter Selma, 10 points 

5th Place: Beverly Vista Middle School, 7 points 

6th Place: Pilgrim School, 6 points 

7th Place (tie): El Segundo Middle School, 1 point

7th Place (tie): St. Brendan School, 1 point

 

 

2019 Division 1 Girls Final Team Standings:   

1st Place: Oakwood School, 21 points 

2nd Place: Intellectual Virtues Academy, 18 points 

3rd Place: El Segundo Middle School, 14 points 

4th Place: Culver City Middle School, 12 points 

5th Place: Larchmont Charter Selma, 6 points 

6th Place: Mark Twain Middle School, 5.5 points 

7th Place (tie): Holy Trinity, 5 points 

7th Place (tie): Para Los Ninos, 5 points 

8th Place: St. Mark School, 3 points 

 

 

 2019 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS: 

1st Meet:  WEDS, SEPTEMBER 25TH  @ Edward Vincent Park 

2nd Meet:  WEDS, OCTOBER 2ND  @ Kenneth Hahn State Park (The Bowl Loop) 

3rd Meet:  TUES, OCTOBER 8TH  @ Cheviot Hills Rec Center 

4th Meet:  WEDS, OCTOBER 16TH  @ Cheviot Hills Rec Center 

5th Meet:  WEDS, OCTOBER 23RD  @ Kenneth Hahn State Park (The Bowl Loop) 

6th Meet:  WEDS, OCTOBER 30TH  @ Edward Vincent State Park

 

All 2019 meet results, times, and more can be found on FIYA's athletic.net page or in the archive links to the right of this page! 

 

Congratulations and thank you again to ALL of our schools for an awesome 2019 Cross Country Season, and we look forward to next year! 

 

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2018 Cross Country Season

 

The 2018 Cross Country Season is in the books! 

    
  

 

 

Congratulations to the following runners / schools for having the

 Top Times of the 2018 FIYA Cross Country Season: 

 

Thank you so much to all of our coaches, spectators, schools, and student-athlete participants for making this season such a blast.

 

We want to take this time to give A HUGE SHOUT OUT to all of our schools and student-athletes who

participated in the 2018 FIYA Cross Country Season, you guys rocked! 

American Martyrs School 

City Charter School

Corpus Christi

Culver City Middle School 

Environmental Charter 

Episcopal School Los Angeles

Equitas Academy

Good Shephard School

Holy Trinity School - San Pedro

Intellectual Virtues Academy

KIPP LA

Larchmont Charter - LaFayette Park

Larchmont Charter - Selma

Magnolia Public Schools

New West Charter

Notre Dame Academy Elementary School

Para Los Ninos

Pilgrim School

Santa Monica Speed Academy

St. Anastasia School

St. Brendan School

St. Felicitas & Perpetua School

St. Jerome School

St. Mark School 

Visitation School 

WISH Charter
 

And a special thank you to our race day "Rabbits" from Culver City High School's Cross Country Team! 

 

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