Strong Minds. Kind Hearts.

Upper School Athletics

Our athletes compete with great success in Section VIII of Nassau County Public High School Athletic Association, home of the finest sports programs in the county. Though we're the smallest school in the association - and the only independent school - we've fielded championship teams in eight different sports for boys and girls in recent years and have won numerous awards for good sportsmanship. And the opportunities to be an athlete are far greater here than at most larger schools. Every Middle School student plays on a team, and nine out of ten Upper School students compete in at least one sport.

Instructions to sign up for Schedule Star Game Alerts

Fall Season Team Schedules - Football (Aug. 15); all other sports (Aug. 22)

Girls Varsity Field HockeyCoed Cross CountryBoys Varsity Football
Girls JV Field HockeyCoed Fall CrewBoys JV Football
Girls Varsity Soccer Boys Varsity Soccer
Girls JV Soccer
Boys JV Soccer
Girls Varsity Tennis
Girls JV Tennis

Winter Season Team Schedules - Nov. 14

Girls Varsity BasketballCoed Winter TrackBoys Varsity Basketball
Girls JV Basketball Boys JV Basketball
Girls Varsity Cheerleading
Boys Varsity Ice Hockey

Boys Varsity Squash

Spring Season Team Schedules - March 6; (Tennis & Golf) - March 13

Girls Varsity GolfSpring Crew - Coed
Boys Varsity Golf
Girls Junior Varsity SoftballBoys Varsity Baseball
Girls Varsity LacrosseBoys Track & Field
Girls Track & FieldBoys Varsity Lacrosse
Girls JV LacrosseBoys JV Lacrosse
Boys Varsity Tennis

The Value of Sports

The Value of Sports by Rick Reilly

Sports and Quakerism

What Parents Can Learn From A Town That Produced 11 Olympians

Sports Specialization

Sports Specialization by David Epstein

Multi-Sport Vs. One Sport Athletes

Sports Specialization May Hurt Young Athletes

Multi-Sport Athlete ...5 Reasons

College Lacrosse Coaches Sound Off On Multi-Sport Participation

Becoming A College Athlete

NHYSPHSAA Recruiting Webinar Registration

“Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete” - NCAA

“A Guide for College-Bound Student-Athletes and their Parents” - NAIA

2017-17 Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete

Athletics Manual and Forms

2017-18 Athletic Manual To upload and update medical and athletic forms, please log on to the Parent Portal and follow the directions below:.

Magnus Health Instructions

1. Log in to the Parent Portal through
2. Click on the Magnus Health icon on the right side.
3. From here, access your child's name and subsequent record.
4. Once in your child's record, you will see what must be submitted/approved/rejected.
5. To enter physicals and interims, click on that form and click "Scan" and subsequently "Upload" or "Fax" (scan gets in faster...fax requires at least 2 days).


  • Parent Permission AND sports Interim is signed electronically online.
  • FA Athletics approves all forms so if your form is rejected, it's rejected because it is missing an item.
  • All physicals for student-athletes in grades 7-12 must contain height, weight, blood pressure and urine test results.
  • Interim forms must be signed within 30 days of season start, dated with electronic signature of parent. Winter and spring interim forms become available 30 days before each season begins.