Opportunities to Excel
Priory students represent the school through interscholastic competition in 13 high school sports.
In the fall season, we offer cross country, football and soccer. Over the winter, Priory students are involved with basketball, wrestling, hockey, and an intramural sport called winter soccer. And in the spring, Priory students participate in seven sports – baseball, golf, lacrosse, tennis, track and field, ultimate, and rugby. In fact, Priory’s rugby team is one of the oldest high school rugby teams in the nation.
At the High School level, one of the things that makes Priory unique is that our students are required to participate in at least one interscholastic sport each school year. Many of our students participate in two or three sports each year.
Priory’s athletics program introduces students to sports they perhaps had never considered participating in – and gives them the instruction and support they need to learn the new sport and excel. Want to learn? We’ll show you how.
The Junior School athletics program (grades 7 and 8) is organized into three seasons, with different sports offered each season. At the beginning of each season the students are given the opportunity to choose a sport. Junior School athletic teams practice during the regular school day. This gives the Junior School program full use of the athletic facilities and the opportunity to have many of the same coaches who work in the High School program.
Track and Field
Tennis (Eighth Grade)