The Hill School Athletics Program
The tabs below contain important logistical information about The Hill School’s athletics program. Please contact Director of Athletics Seth Eilberg P'22 at email@example.com with any questions.
- Athletic Requirement
- Levels of Interscholastic Play
- Sports Offered
- Non-Interscholastic Athletics Afternoon Activities Options
- Athletics Code of Conduct
There are up to three levels of interscholastic play in which Hill student-athletes may compete:
Varsity: Varsity athletes play on our highest level teams. These programs demand an exceptional commitment to skill development and fitness.
Junior Varsity (JV): The JV level prepares students for varsity play. JV student-athletes concentrate on skill and tactical improvement while competing against an appropriate level of competition.
Thirds: An appropriate level of play for less-experienced players or beginners, mostly third and fourth form students.
The following activities are offered in the afternoon and DO fulfill the athletics requirement:
Managing: Fall, winter, and spring terms Fifth and sixth formers may manage an interscholastic sports team to fulfill their athletics requirement.
Rehab: Students who have suffered an injury may need to be in the training room doing a rehab plan set forth by our athletics trainers. This is approved on a case-by-case basis depending on the type of injury and rehab plan
Student Trainers: Fall, winter, and spring terms Students may use a term to volunteer in the Athletics Training program. Under the guidance of our athletics trainers, students will gain experience in all aspects of athletics training.
The following afternoon activities DO NOT fulfill the athletics requirement. Full descriptions are available on the Campus Life page.
- Afternoon Arts
- Afternoon Tech Time
- Community Service
- Forensics (Speech and Debate)
- The Dial (yearbook)
- Crew: Rowing Strength-Endurance (winter)
- Intramural Sports
- Media Arts
- Strength and Conditioning
- Honors Independent Study
Thus, Hill student athletes, their coaches, and supporters will:
- Respect their opponents
a. Recognize and appreciate excellence regardless of team affiliation
- Respect the officials conducting the contest and accept their decisions
a. Know, understand, and play within the rules of the contest
b. Play fair
- Respect and adhere to the decisions of coaches
At all times Hill student athletes, their coaches, and supporters will:
- Accept seriously the responsibility and privilege of representing The Hill;
- Display positive behavior and use respectful language;
- Maintain self-control regardless of circumstances or perceived provocation;
- Accept both victory and defeat with pride, compassion, and grace.