Girls' Ice Hockey

During the 2000-01 season – just the third year of coeducation at The Hill - a group of girls who were interested in playing ice hockey joined the JV “B” boys’ team before forming a dedicated girls team at the end of the season. The next winter, the first varsity girls hockey team took to the ice, and the program shortly thereafter became established in the Mid-Atlantic and New England. Since those early years, the program has gradually elevated its stature and has reached the top tier of prep hockey in North America.Hill Girls Hockey has experienced a meteoric rise over the last decade, earning a highly-competitive place in prep school hockey. The program is unique in a number of ways, relative to the prep hockey landscape – a blend between the traditional New England model and some of the most competitive club teams. Our student-athletes develop on the ice, but also as athletes off the ice with a full-time strength and conditioning program, and most importantly as students and people. Our student-athletes hail from 17 U.S. states and three countries, many coming from less traditional hockey markets as they seek stronger competition and development, but also more balance in their lives.