at Episcopal Day, everybody plays!
The Episcopal Day Athletics Program provides students the opportunity to participate in competitive after-school sports and inspires leadership through teamwork. We encourage all eligible students to participate in athletics without tryouts, and we emphasize sportsmanship and participation. Students learn to embrace challenges while taking risks and pursuing their personal best in a safe, encouraging, and growth-mindset environment. We believe students who dedicate themselves to giving their best effort, caring about their team, and participating without fear of failure will ultimately prove themselves as respected leaders.
Winter 1: Girls’ Soccer, Boys’ Basketball
Winter 2: Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Soccer
Spring: Co-Ed Tennis, Girls' Volleyball
One-day events: Golf, Swimming
After school sports play a large role in the life of students at Episcopal Day. More than 90% of all Episcopal Day students participate in at least one sport. Students in grades four through eight are eligible to play. Basketball starts in fourth grade, with all other sports beginning in fifth grade.
Episcopal Day is a member of the premiere West Bay Athletic League, which was established in 2002 and is comprised of the following independent schools: Castilleja, Crystal Springs Middle School, Girls Middle School, Harker, Highlands Christian, Keys School, Menlo, Nueva, Pinewood, Redeemer Lutheran, Sacred Heart, The King’s Academy, Woodside Priory, Woodland.