Wachusett Regional High School
Extracurricular Activities

Wachusett Regional High School encourages students to take part in the wealth of activities that exist at our school outside the classroom. The clubs and activities listed through the links below will appeal to a wide range of interests. Most of the clubs listed below will run during the school year, but some are entirely dependent on the interests of students.

If a student wishes to form a new club, the student must download the Application to Form a Club, fill it out and bring it to the main office.

Fundraising Activities: Before any student group can raise money for their activities, the adult adviser must fill out and submit a Fundraising Application Form. That form must be submitted to the principal at least two weeks before any fundraising event.


Clubs, Musical Groups, and Athletic Teams
2016-2017

Below is a compilation of clubs and athletic teams  at Wachusett Regional High School. Although many of the clubs listed will run, some are entirely dependent on the interests of the student body. In addition, new clubs are formed almost every year.  The requirement for forming a new club is to get the permission of the Principal and secure an advisor for the club who must also be approved by the Principal.

Members may post flyers around the building announcing meetings or information can be broadcast over the school’s public address system during each day’s morning announcements by filing a written announcement and getting the advisor’s permission for the announcement to be read. All announcements read over the PA in the morning are also posted on the school’s website. Forms for morning announcements are available in the Main office.  Completed forms may be left there for the approval of the Principal.

Club meeting locations during 40-minute Activity Periods.

Clubs

Acoustic Guitar Club (Mr. Tarmey)
This acoustic guitar-only club will allow students of all ability levels to learn from and teach each other.  Students will need to bring their own guitars to participate.  Sorry, no electric guitars allowed.

Anime Club (Mrs. Cross, Ms. Reichert)
Anime club is for any students interested in Japanese Anime or Manga, Japanese culture, or drawing.  During meetings,
students bring Anime to watch and discuss related topics including events such as Anime Boston.

Astronomy Club (Mr. Paradise)
Astronomy club is to inspire curiosity and interest for interstellar phenomena.  We hope to encourage students to reach for the stars.  It is an environment for extra-curricular learning. 

Audio Visual Club (Mr. N. McTigue)
This club is for anyone interested in video production.  We film school events, including concerts, sporting events, and school committee meetings, among others events.  There is also the possibility for students to participate in internships and Holden Community Television and Rutland Cable.

Badminton Club (Mrs. DiFranza)
The purpose of the Badminton Club is to create an interest in the pre-14th century sport.  The club will offer exercise, meeting others, enjoying your self, a chance to learn something new, and good eye/hand coordination.  Not only that, but the club will demonstrate leadership, responsibility, and teamwork, by building characteristics of good sportsmanship.  The goals of the club are initially developing a common interest in badminton to support the club.  Leading up to long-term goals such as competing in tournaments with other high schools.  The activities in the club would consist of discussing the basic rules of badminton.  

Be Like Brit Club (Mrs. Hahn, Mrs. Hickey)
Be Like Brit Club will participate in walks, along with volunteering for the great BLB foundation.  Our goal is to raise awareness, money, and excitement for the foundation. 

Book Club (Mrs. Stern)
Members of the WRHS book club read the same title, then meet to discuss it.  The goal of the WRHS book club is to encourage respectful literary conversation in a welcoming space.

Calculus Club (Mr. Townsend)
Calculus Club is intended to be a form of "extra-help" but strictly for calculus students.  This club will allow calculus students to ask questions about concepts they've learned in class, which will be discussed and taught differently, but not in contradiction.  

Class Officers (Administration)
Each class at the high school is organized and officers are elected.  Elections for freshmen officers are held in the fall and the other three classes elected this year’s officers in the spring.  In addition to elected officers, there are plenty of opportunities for members of each class to get involved with class activities.

Computer Club (Mr. LaBaire)
The computer club is a self-directed group of students that like all things about programming and technology.  Python, HTML, CSS and JavaScript programming are introduced in a fun facilitated way.  Computer hardware, computer building, software and occupations will also be discussed.

Current Events and Social Issues Club (Mr. Whitmore)
This club is intended to serve as an information source as well as a forum for students interested in general current events relating to controversial social issues.  Politics and religion will be avoided because it will ultimately lead to arguments.  Although it is a necessary discussion, and if it is done in a calm manner, it can be extremely beneficial.  The goals of this club are to share and discuss current events and their significance and impact.  Members will make fact and opinion bases points to inform others, not persuading or arguing.  There are also opportunities for action within the community that will be discussed (volunteering, school programs, etc.).  All viewpoints are wanted, any level of knowledge is welcome, and disagreement is encouraged, but with respectfulness.

DECA (Emerging Leaders and Entrepreneurs in Marketing, Finance, Hospitality, and Management) (Mr. LaBaire)
This club introduces students to marketing, entrepreneurship, management, finance, and community service.  Students in the club actively participate in the selling of WachuWear and spirit items to the Wachusett community through the school store, the Wachu Wearhouse.  Club members also compete in business competitions at the District, State and National level during the school year.

Delta Epsilon Phi (German Honor Society) (Ms. Reichert)
At the end of three consecutive semesters of studying the German language at the high school, students with an “A” average are inducted into this Society.  The induction Ceremony is held in the fall of each school year by the Foreign Language Department. 

Dungeons and Dragons (Ms. Donahue)
Students will meet in room E103 to play Dungeons and Dragons with their peers.  The game gives students the opportunity to us critical thinking and problem solving skills. 

E.U.R.E.K.A. (Encouraging Underclassmen to Research and Experiment to Know All) (Ms. Litterio-Foster)
Juniors and Seniors mentor underclassmen looking for help on their current Honors science project.  This help includes the formation of ideas, designing experiments, training on equipment, statistical analysis, report editing and project presentation skills.  Meets Tuesday mornings before school in D113.

Echo (Ms. Sasso)
The school newspaper needs lots of students to do a variety of jobs to make sure that this publication is produced eight times each school year.

Echo Cartooning Club (Ms. Farricker)
This club is for students who like to draw and are interested in illustrating articles for The Echo. Students meet in J102 (The Graphics Lab) and learn about editorial cartooning. Whenever there is an upcoming issue of the Echo, students are given an article to illustrate. One or two illustrations will appear in the Echo each month. Students can develop a portfolio of cartoons.

Echo Graphic Editors (Ms. Farricker)
This is the production component of the Echo.  Graphic Communications 2 students can become Echo Editors.  They meet six times per year to refine and fine-tune the finished pages before the newspaper goes to print.

Echo Photography Club (Ms. Farricker)
This club is for students who are interested in taking photographs for The Echo. Students meet in J102 (The Graphics Lab) to learn about photo-journalism. Whenever there is an upcoming issue of the Echo, photographers are given photo assignments and their photos appear in The Echo. Students can develop a portfolio of documentary photographs.

Fashion Club (Ms. Ludovico)
A place were those interested in fashion gather and explore trends, play with cosmetics, watch designer fashion shows and make accessories.  This year, learn about Paris fashion, create an awesome Halloween costume, sew a 1950's poodle skirt, and more!

Fashion Design Club (Ms. Ludovico)
The purpose of this club is to get students’ feet wet in the fashion world.  Our goals in this club are to get students able to use sewing machines and properly make clothing.  Also, we will work on the art side of fashion and create designs of dresses, shirts, and pants using watercolors, pens, pencils, etc.  Fashion design club is going to be designed to be an expanded version of the Fashion Design class we have at Wachusett and hopefully compete in a fashion competition. 

Gamer Club (Mr. DiBenedetto)
Gamer club is a place for kids who love video games to come and make new friends.  A variety of video games are played and discussed.  All levels of skill are welcome.

Gay/Straight Alliance/Youth Pride (Dr. Doyle, Ms. Hahn, Ms. Anita Masterson)
A coalition of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning and straight students to support each other and work to create a tolerant Wachusett.  The group meets every other week to plan activities that are social and supportive.

German Club (Ms. Reichert)
The purpose/goal of the German club is to promote German culture and language among the school community. We welcome students who are taking German, as well as students of other languages who are interested in learning more about German culture.  This will be done through films, food, music, and cultural crafts. 

Hackey Sack Club (Mr. Chevrette)
This activity provides exercise, relaxation, fun, team-building and improves coordination.  All are welcome to join.

Hispánica Capitulo Ruy Díaz (Spanish National Honor Society) (Mrs. Montiverdi)
At the end of two consecutive years of studying Spanish at the high school those students who have an average of 90% or better and those who maintain an average of 88% or better after 3 years of study are inducted into this society.  An induction ceremony is scheduled each fall by the Foreign Language Department.

Homeless Women Outreach Club (Mrs. Wright)
The purpose of this club would be to fundraise money and collect feminine products for women who cannot afford such products.  The funds raised would benefit homeless girls and women in our local area.  

International Club (Ms. Spain)
This club helps foster friendships between the Exchange students at WRHS for the year and Wachusett students.  American and international students learn more about different cultures and participate in various cultural activities.

La Société Honoraire De Français (French Honor Society) (Mr. Monahan)
At the end of two years of the study of French at the high school, students with an average of 90 or better are inducted into this Society and are presented with Certificates of Membership in a fall ceremony conducted by the Foreign Language Department.

Latin Club (Ms. Hayes)
A club devoted to the promotion of the study of Latin and Classical Cultures.  Members will participate in activities such as reenacting ancient Roman ceremonies and celebrating holiday traditions, attending Classic’s Day celebrations at Boston University and Holy Cross, etc., visiting middle schools to promote the study of Latin, hosting food drives and other such activities to help the local community, and working with other language clubs to create a multicultural atmosphere at WRHS

Leftist Club (Mr. Concannon Smith)
The purpose of this club is to organize the Wachusett leftist community as well as educate those interested in leftist politics through leftist literature, discussion, and current events. We would like to express our political opinions, as well as de-mystify the current McCarthyist image of the left. Activities would include discussion of history, current events, and ideas of leftist political philosophers.  Left unity could be explored in a group of like-minded people, including but not limited to socialists, communists, anarchists, social democrats, libertarians, and liberals.

National Junior Classical League Latin Honor Society (Ms. Hayes)
Sponsored by the National Junior Classical League, this society inducts students who maintain an A/A- average through at least 4 quarters of the study of Latin at the High school.  An annual induction ceremony is held each fall by the Foreign Language Department.

Magic the Gathering Card Club (TBD)
The purpose of this club is to increase critical and creative thinking through playing of a popular trading card game.  The goal is to assist students in developing increased socialization skills by playing a trading card game that students have in common.  Students will play the trading card game, Magic the Gathering, and discus strategies among all the participants. 

Math Team (Mrs. Cornwell, Mrs. Lewis)
This club competes at the varsity and freshman levels in the Worcester County Math League.  Please see any math teacher if you are interested in this activity.

Middle School Tutoring Club (Ms. Nicastro)
The club consists of a group of students who go to Mountview Middle School after school to tutor the middle school students in Mountview's homework center.  A few seniors, who each take responsibility for “manning” the tutoring classrooms one day a week, run the club. The leaders meet twice or more a month, and plan to meet with the volunteers during the club activity period, to check in, to help strategize ways to build relationships, and to work with students.

Minority Diversity? (Mrs. Waire) 
The goal of the Minority Diversity Club is to promote success, education, and provide support to minority students. Students will have an opportunity for self-expression, discussion and diversity exploration.

Mock Trial (Mr. Concannon Smith)
Do you enjoy courtroom dramas either on television or in film? Have you ever thought about becoming a lawyer? Maybe you are more interested in theater? If you have any interest in law or drama, you should seriously consider joining the Wachusett Regional Mock Trial Team. Mock Trial is a program where students argue criminal cases based on actual modified versions of real criminal cases heard by Massachusetts’s courts in recent years. Taking on the roles of both lawyer and witness, the team competes by arguing one side of the case against other school teams in the region. The competitions take place in actual courtrooms and decisions rendered by real lawyers and judges.

Model United Nations (Mr. Jourdain)
Students in this club simulate actual debate currently taking place in the United Nations.  Students research a topic and formulate solutions in keeping with their country’s foreign policy.  Students who are interested in debate and politics are encouraged to join.  We debate at a variety of universities as well as internationally.

The Monty Python Club (Mr. Cranson)
This club will provide an opportunity for students to come together and make meaningful connections with other like-minded students.  Sutndets will gain an appreciation for British comedy troupe, Monty Python and will watch Monty Python movies.  The hope is to continue a legacy, started by ex-Wachusett teacher, Glen Hersey, who founded the original club. 

Mountaineer Peers (Mrs. Bondi, Mr. Stephens)
Our mission is to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships.  Students with intellectual disabilities are paired with their non-disabled peers in the hopes of creating enriching and lasting friendships.  Membership is limited and by application only.

Mountaineer Volunteers (Ms. L’Ecuyer, Mrs. Paradise, Mrs. Richards)
A service organization that meets after school and has been involved in food drives, raking leaves for senior citizens, homework club at Mayo School, visiting local nursing homes and various fundraising activities.  A highlight of each year is the sponsorship of a senior citizen dinner dance at the high school.

Mu Alpha Theta (National Math Honor Society) (Mrs. Keene)
This is an organization whose purpose is to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and by promoting various mathematical activities.  Membership is open to grade 11 and 12 students by invitation subject to academic eligibility.  Meetings are held on a monthly basis, with additional activities throughout the year in support of the mathematical needs of the school and the interests of the students.

National Art Honors Society (Ms. Cataldo)
Open to freshmen through seniors who are either currently enrolled in or have completed at least one year of art and have maintained at least a B average in art. The mission of NAHS is to spread artistic awareness and appreciation around the school and the greater community. Participants in the NAHS run the Bowes Art Gallery at WRHS and conduct community service projects in and outside the school. See your art teacher if you are interested in joining NAHS.

National Business Honor Society (Mrs. Jeffcoat)
Provide honor and national recognition to outstanding business education students who meet the NBHS membership criteria.

National Honor Society (Mrs. Marshall)
Open to juniors and seniors, the WRHS faculty selects the membership according to how each eligible individual exhibits the four guiding principles of N.H.S. membership; Character, Service, Leadership and Scholarship.  Students thus selected must maintain an average of 85.0 and be successful in continuing to measure up to the four guiding principles of the organization.  NHS participates in a number of service events at the high school, sponsors the school’s annual Holiday Blood Drive and maintains a student tutoring service, among other things.  An annual induction ceremony is held shortly following the winter holiday.  This club meets the 1st Tuesday of the month.

Ping Pong Club (Mr. Brewer)
This group brings together students who have a passion for playing ping-pong.  One goal is to increase skills for all levels of players.  The club meets on Friday afternoons during the winter sports season.

Poetry Club (Ms. L. Leschke)
Poetry Club will meet after school in room C214.  This club is student run and is a place for all lovers of poetry.  We will often use the time to write poems and share them for the purpose of feedback.  At times we will also read and share poems that we enjoy or want to talk about.

Positivity Campaign (Mr. Richards)
The Positivity Campaign will help bring positivity, kindness, and smiles to the halls of Wachusett.  It’s goal is to make Wachusett a more friendly and inviting place creating projects, completing random acts of kindness, and attending events that our school puts on, this campaign can help bring encouragement and positivity to these events.  Members can attend sporting events holding signs that support all players and attend the Special Olympics holding signs to encourage participants and inspire them.  We want to help gather school spirit, encourage kindness, and make an impact in the community.  

Project Purple Club (TBD)
Project Purple is an initiative of the Herren Project that was established by former NBA basketball player Chris Herren.  The goal is to break the stigma of addiction and bring awareness to the dangers of substance abuse and treatment.  Students make a yearly pledge not to use drugs or alcohol.

Robotics Team (Mr. G. Chandonnet, Mrs. Flanagan, Mr. Pardise)
The WRHS Robotics Team competes in regional robotics tournaments sponsored by VEX Robotics.  The competition requires an intense project where local high schools design, construct and control a remotely operated vehicle for a sports based playoff whose objective changes each year.

Science Seminar (Mr. Guerin, Mr. Whitmore)
The goal of Science Seminar is to expose students interested in science to a wide range of science topics, current research, and opportunities to improve their own research and experimental projects.  During the first hour, students listen to a speaker, usually a working scientist who shares his/her research.  Speakers are from all areas of science.  During the lecture hour of Seminar, students learn about current research.  Students are encouraged to evaluate other scientific and technological evidence and explanations.  During the second hour, students work with advisors to get advice on their Science Fair projects.  Advisors to Science Seminar are not WRHS faculty, but scientists from the community who volunteer their time and expertise.  Initial entry into Science Seminar is gained by passing a test administered by Science Seminar faculty.

Sherry’s Helpers (Ms. Litterio-Foster)
Sherry’s Helpers is club designed to provide support to children undergoing cancer treatment at Sherry’s House in Worcester, MA. The club makes cards and writes pen pal letters to the children undergoing treatment, volunteers their time to help with family fun events at Sherry’s House and organizes fundraisers to purchase essentials needs, as well as, items on their wish list.

Spikeball Club (Mr. Crowley)
Spikeball is a game that can be played indoor and/or outdoor.  It has a circular net that is placed on the ground.  Teams are either 2 versus 2 or 3 versus 3.  The object of the game is to hit the ball off the net (a spike) so your opponent cannot return it.  Teams volley back and forth with each team and are able to use up to three hits (much like volleyball) before hitting it back on the net.  The goal of this club is to offer a physical activity to students who are not involved with a school sport or who are currently in the off-season.  Spikeball involves a lot of movement, hand-eye coordination, energy, and teamwork to play. 

Student Council (Ms. Foucher)
Each class elects members to represent it on the school’s Student Council.  Elections are held at the same time that class officers are chosen.  However, anyone is welcome to participate in the council activities and join the meetings.  This club runs school events and activities including Homecoming and Winter Carnival.  Meetings are on Wednesday afternoon.

Teens for Christ (Ms. Beaudry)
Teens for Christ is a club in which Christian teenagers can come together and get to know each other.  During the meetings we will encourage each other and discuss what we believe.  It’s easier to take a stand for what you believe when you know that there are people like you.  We hope this club brings the high school community closer.  

The Theater Company at Wachusett (Drama Club) (Ms. C. Leschke, Mr. Lux, Mrs. Stern)
This club supports the theatrical activities of WRHS.  The club supports the fall and spring productions.  Meetings are on alternate Thursday afternoons and membership requires a commitment of time and talent to at least one production.

Think Globally, Act Locally (Mr. Colwell-Arbour)
The goal of this club is to discuss and raise awareness of global issues and apply similar concepts to our society.  By looking at problems around the world, we as a club think of ideas that might prevent similar issues on a smaller level from happening in our own school, town etc.

Ukulele Club (Ms. Girouard)
The Ukulele is a fun and easy instrument to learn.  Members are taught several chords and are able to play songs.  Aspects of Hawaiian culture are incorporated into the club as well.  The goal is to build a family of ukulele players at Wachusett.

Ultimate Frisbee Club (Mrs. Beccia)
This group brings together students who have a passion for playing Ultimate Frisbee.  One goal is to increase skills for all levels of players.  Meeting dates are announced in advance.

UNICEF Club (Mrs. Colwell-Arbour)
UNICEF is an organization that works to “support the world’s children through fundraising, advocacy, and education.”  The purpose and goals of the club are to spread awareness about child survival issues and what UNICEF does, to host fundraising events to support the work of UNICEF, and to volunteer in the Central Massachusetts area.  The club will either host independent events and/or drives or raise money at school-sanctioned events.  We want to help children around the world and in our own community.  

WachEcon (Mr. Magnani)
WachEcon is Wachusett’s Economics club that is going to assemble a team of students to compete at economic competitions against students from other schools.  In addition to this, we’re organizing a group of students who want to further their knowledge of Economics through guest speakers, lectures, and learning beyond the lessons taught during a class. 

WachuMakers (Mr. G. Chandonnet, Mr. Paradise)
This is a collaborative of artists, tinkerers and generally awesome people who want to meet others oriented with the same goals and mindset.  Engineering and art are combined to imagine and build various things.  All are welcome.

Wachusett Chamber Music Players (Mr. D. Miller)
This group is created as an addition to the Wachusett Chamber Orchestra, except we will play literature specifically written for quartets and quintets.  By doing this, we hope to introduce more students to the greater and more complex musical talents of, but not limited to, Mendellsohn, Schubert, Schumann, and Beethoven.  We will rehearse weekly on one or two pieces chosen and the goal is to better individual members of a quartet and as members of the entire orchestra.   

Wachusett Closet (Ms. Bradway, Mr. Gribouski, Mrs. Kathman)
This club maintains a room with clothing, accessories and school supplies for use by any WRHS student who requests access.  Members of the club launder and organize the room. 

Wachusett Feminists (Ms. Martin)
Feminism is a positive and essential driver of change in today’s society.  As a club, our goal will be to educate Wachusett as to what feminism truly is.  Fundraising will be another priority as we seek to encourage other feminists and those less fortunate.  The ability to organize and share our thoughts as a student body is a great gift that we want to take full advantage of in spreading a message we feel is extremely important in creating our future.

Wachusett Leo’s (Ms. Zingarella)
The Leo’s club is a teenage division of the Lion’s Club.  The Lion’s Club is dedicated to community service and the Wachusett Leo’s will be working with the Lion’s Club to provide various community service programs that will focus on the social region as well as state and national programs.

Water Rocket Club (Mr. G. Chandonnet)
This group of students builds and launches water rockets and competes with other high school Water Rocket Clubs.

Wilderness Club (Mr. G. Chandonnet, Mr. Krol)
This group travels to natural areas of New England to hike along scenic trails. Past trips have included hikes up Mount Kersage, Mount Greylock, and Mount Major.  Click here to visit the club's website.

Writing Club (Mr. Farrell)
This club gets together to read our own work and write in response to prompts.

Yearbook (Mrs. Alicia DiPadua)
A staff of artistic, literary and technically talented students is needed each year to produce the school yearbook.  Although primarily for seniors, this book chronicles the events of the school year and is available for sale to all students.  For additional information please contact Mrs. DiPadua at wrhsyearbook.dipadua@gmail.com.

Young Republicans Club (Mr. Jakubiak)
This club creates an environment for a group of kids who have aligned themselves with the Republican Party.  Students meet, discuss, and learn about American conservatism.  Students will become politically active in various activities such as campaigning, debating, or possibly even registering eligible students to vote.

Music Performance Opportunities

Wachusett Acappella (Mr. Brown)
Consisting of the Men’s Acappella group and the Women’s Acappella group at Wachusett, Acappella rehearses once a week afterschool. Wachusett Acappella is a place to perform contemporary pop arrangements.  Acappella performs at all Solo and Ensemble nights as well as other talent shows and events throughout the year.   Auditions for these groups occur in September. 

Wachusett Flute Choir (Mr. Kast)
All students who play flutes are welcome to participate in this performing ensemble.  The group meets for rehearsals one evening a week and they perform twice a year at the Solo and Ensemble Concerts in January and May.

Wachusett Jazz Ensemble II (Mr. D. Miller)
This full “big band” rehearses and performs all types of Jazz.  Any students who play saxophone, trumpet, trombone, guitar, electric bass, drums or piano are welcome to join this group.  The ensemble rehearses one night each week and performs at four concerts per year in October, December, March and May.  The group also travels to the University of New Hampshire to participate in the UNH/Clark Terry Jazz Festival in March.

Wachusett Mountainabuleers (Mr. Heath)
This ensemble is Wachusett’s Hand Bell choir.  Any students who have experience in hand bell choirs or would like to learn to perform with them are welcome to join this group.  The group meets for rehearsals one afternoon each week and they perform twice a year at the Solo and Ensemble concerts in January and May.

Athletic Teams

Athletic Director – Jennifer Lynch
Facilities Manager – Mark Wilde

Wachusett Regional High School has varsity, junior varsity and freshman athletic teams.  Students from each of the four classes are eligible to try out for all of the varsity and junior varsity teams.  Freshman teams only include members of that class.  Generally speaking, junior varsity teams include freshman and sophomores.

For some sports (soccer, field hockey, ice hockey, basketball, baseball, and softball) cuts are made because the teams could not function and conduct meaningful practices beyond a certain number of players.  Other teams (football, cross country, winter and spring track) do not make cuts.

Following is a listing of teams currently in place at Wachusett.

Fall Sports

  • Football (Varsity, J.V., Freshman) – Head coach – Michael Dubzinski
  • Football Cheerleading (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Terri Speer
  • Boys’ Soccer – (Varsity, J.V., Freshman) – Head coach – Jason Gaumond
  • Girls’ Soccer - (Varsity, J.V., Freshman) – Head coach – David Gentleman
  • Boys’ Golf – (Varsity) – Head coach – Nick Guerin
  • Girls Cross Country – Head coach – Michael O'Malley
  • Boys Cross Country – Head coach – Brian Wallace
  • Girls’ Volleyball – (Varsity, J.V.)– Head coach – Jennifer Burton
  • Field Hockey – Head coach – Kerry Berry

Winter Sports

  • Boys’ Basketball (Varsity, J.V., Freshman) – Head coach – Tom Gibbons
  • Basketball Cheerleading – Head coach – Terri Speer
  • Girls’ Basketball (Varsity, J.V., Freshman) – Head coach – Jim Oxford
  • Girls’ Gymnastics – Head coach – TBD
  • Ice Hockey – (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Matt Lane
  • Swimming (coed) – Head coach – Jochen Welsch
  • Boys’ Indoor Track – Head coach – Kevin Briggs
  • Girls’ Indoor Track – Head coach – Michael O’Malley
  • Alpine Skiing – Head coach – Yury Vashugin

Spring Sports

  • Baseball (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Mark Peters
  • Softball (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Joe Cataldo
  • Girls’ Golf – Head Coach – Doreen DiPilato
  • Boys’ Lacrosse (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Phil Jackson
  • Girls’ Lacrosse (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Emily Rejniak
  • Boys’ Tennis – Head coach – Tony Brissette
  • Girls’ Tennis – Head coach – Pauline Smith
  • Boys Volleyball – (Varsity, J.V.) – Head coach – Peter Cranson
  • Girls’ Track – Head coach – Michael O’Malley
  • Boys’ Track – Head coach – Kevin Briggs

 


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