Just like our academic programs at Collegiate, our athletic curriculum is vertically aligned and builds on skills from year to year. Introductions to sports are made in Lower and Middle School Physical Education classes throughout the year so students can try out different sports and find out which activities they enjoy. Students learn fundamental skills and rules to prepare them to move forward.
This year, Collegiate has partnered with Norton Sports Performance to provide our student-athletes with conditioning, training, and skill development year-round. Click HERE for more information on this partnership and our partnership with ProRehab.
Middle School Sports
The Middle School Athletics program, grades 5-8, expands on the foundation of skills established in grades K-4 by adding both tactical and strategic instruction. The program also adds the team selection process whereby players are placed in developmentally appropriate teams for interscholastic competition. Middle School teams compete against area schools during the week and on weekends and practice two to four days a week.
|Cross Country (5-8)||Archery (6-8)||Crew* (6-8)|
|Field Hockey (5-8)||Basketball (5-8)||Lacrosse (5-8)|
|Golf (6-8)||Crew* (6-8)||Tennis (5-8)|
|Soccer (5-8)||Swimming||Track (5-8)|
*Crew (6-8) is a varsity sport that allows Middle School participation and requires a larger time commitment.
upper School Sports
The Upper School athletics program, grades 9-12, is the culminating point of our athletic offerings. Most students have developed basic skills in their respective sports and Upper School athletics become much more competitive. Depending on the number of participants, some sports have Junior Varsity programs for those students not quite ready for the competitive Varsity program. Team placements occur at the beginning of the season as coaches help determine placement for an individual student-athlete.
Our Upper School athletic teams compete against area schools during the week and on weekends and they practice four or five times per week. Therefore, the time commitment to participate in Upper School athletics is much greater. Both single-sex and coed sports are offered depending on the sport.
|Soccer||Swimming and Diving||Track and Field|