Totino-Grace

History and Traditions

Totino-Grace Athletics Philosophy: The Eagle Way

The Totino-Grace Athletic Program, inspired by St. John Baptist de La Salle, patron saint of teachers, touches the heart of each player, inspiring them to surpass their own expectations and challenging them to fully realize their God-given ability and potential. The Eagle Athletic Program strives to foster a true sense of community characterized by camaraderie, collaboration, and respect. We emphasize positive relationships among players and between players and coaches. Embodying the value of humility, coaches demonstrate concern for all players—caring for the person, not just the athlete. Coaches continually balance a passion for excellence with compassion for players. Grounded in Christian values and our Lasallian tradition, Eagle Athletics is a tradition of an excellence serving a wide range of student interests with a particular focus on academic success, leadership development, and service. The athletic program at Totino-Grace is student-centered and an integral part of the student’s total educational experience.

The Lasallian Coach

Coaches at Totino-Grace develop strong, nurturing relationships with players, touching the heart of each individual, inspiring them to surpass their own expectations and challenging them to fully realize their God-given ability and potential.

Eagle coaches balance passion for excellence with compassion for players. They serve as role models for their players, demonstrating the virtues of commitment, excellences, and humility. While holding high expectations and standards for themselves, Eagle coaches inspire players to achieve academic success, develop their leadership abilities, be of service to others, and develop life-long relationships.  

Sportsmanship: Expectations and Rules

Totino-Grace High School, in partnership with the Northwest Suburban Conference and the Minnesota State High School League, values good competition as well as positive sportsmanship. As, a Catholic high school, we place great value on mutual respect, self-discipline, and a responsibility to others. Please join us in a cooperative effort to encourage good sportsmanship. Refrain from negative cheering, vulgar language, harassment of opponents or game officials and disruptive behavior. Persons unwilling or unable to follow this request will be asked to leave the event.  We encourage all adults and students to demonstrate a positive attitude, self-control and respect for others. While cheering at our events we ask you to display the following behaviors - No names, No numbers, No negatives. Be positive, Be loud, Be about your team, Be respectful. Stay ABOVE the LINE! We can all make a difference.

Contact the Activities Office

Mike Smith
Activities Director
Transportation Director
763-586-6333

Tim Hoffman
Associate Activities Director
763-586-6311

Jan Thomas
Activities Assistant
763-571-9116 ext. 219

Featured Events

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Totino-Grace High School

Come experience the difference at Totino-Grace where students are inspired by a culture of achievement and respect. Parent Observation Days provide prospective parents/guardians with an opportunity to observe classrooms during the school day, meet with admistrators, and tour the school. Due to limited space, this event is open to new prospective parents only. Click HERE to register today for the Thursday, November 29, Parent Observation Day.

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