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Per the PA Department of Health, Department of Education and the Governor’s office, fans will NOT be permitted to attend WPIAL Fall Sports Events


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At Imani, we believe that physical education and physical activity are essential for developing the whole child. We teach children to respect their bodies and we train them in healthy living.

We use sports to augment the development of foundational skill sets and teach teamwork, respect and appreciation for others. As student athletes, they are charged with embracing the challenges of academic rigor and athletic competition, while exemplifying the character of Christ. At Imani, we believe that athletics are vitally important in the process of transforming our children into whole adults physically, as expressed in our mission statement.


In the 2012-2013 school year, Imani joined the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) for team competition.

Those teams being football, basketball, and track. 


The girls basketball team have competed in the WPIAL playoffs.  In 2015-16, the Lady Staints advanced to the quarter finals of the WPIAL playoffs. 


In 2017 -18, the varsity boys captured the Class-A Section 3 Championship and then advanced to the WPIAL Final at the Peterson Event Center for the Class A Championship game.


Imani Saints boys varsity basketball team won the 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 SWCAC championships!


The varsity football team captured the WPIAL Eastern Conference Class- A  Championship in 2017 and then advanced to the WPIAL Class A Championship game.


However, more important than their success on the court are the Christian relationships being forged between schools, families and communities made up of people from different ethnic backgrounds.

If you have any questions about Imani's Althletic Program or if you would like to volunteer at

one of our athletic events, please contact:


Cliff Simon

Athletic Director