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Our inclusive co-ed Soccer program is open to all Middle and Upper school boys and girls—regardless of ability or experience.

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Teaching Life Skills on the Field

By being part of Thomas Jefferson’s co-ed Soccer team, students develop soccer skills and learn important life lessons, including the value of teamwork, discipline, goal setting, and perseverance. Through healthy competition, athletes learn good sportsmanship, self-discipline, patience, and the ability to be gracious in winning and losing.

Students do not need to have experience playing Soccer to participate. Our inclusive program allows all students to test new capacities and discover new talents without being cut from the Soccer team.

Our program also offers opportunities for your gifted and experienced Soccer player to gain more skills and develop into a highly competitive player.

Program Details

TJ’s co-ed Soccer teams compete in the fall with practices on the TJ campus. Girls and boys in grades 6-8 participate on the Middle School team, and students in grades 9-12 participate on the Upper School team.

If you have questions or need more information, please e-mail TJ Athletic Director Chris Myers or call (417) 781-5124 x226.


Upper School Head Coach Adam Scutti brings to TJ several years of experience playing and coaching soccer. He served as the head coach of the TJ Middle School team for two years before being named varsity head coach.  Alexandra McCord serves as assistant coach.

Middle School Head Coach Chelsey Cross joined the TJ coaching staff in 2019.  The Middle School Assistant Coach is Gracie Gimlin.

MSHSAA & Ozark 7 Conference

Thomas Jefferson is a member of the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) at the Upper School level and a MSHSAA Affiliate school at the Middle School level. At the Middle and Upper School levels, TJ is a member of the Ozark 7 Conference, which includes College Heights, Exeter, Golden City, McAuley, Thomas Jefferson, Verona, and Wheaton.


“I learned valuable time-management skills that have benefited me thus far in every level of academia.”

Haley, TJ Class of 2008