King High School Athletics offers a diverse, competitive program designed as an essential component of each student’s overall educational experience. The range of offerings provides students with the opportunity to compete on a variety of high school Varsity and JV and Middle School teams. King strives to instill a true sense of sportsmanship in each student athlete, and to prepare teams and individuals to perform at their very best.
Since 2007, King has captured 23 FAA League Championships, 14 FAA Tournament Championships, 14 NEPSAC Championships, and 8 awards for sportsmanship. While winning at King is paramount, our students understand that winning only has value when coupled with respect for our opponents.
Being an athlete at King means being a member of a team, committing oneself to a common goal, and giving 100%. King athletes are not only representatives of their teams, but also of the School. Our athletes embody the positive attributes of teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, commitment, self-discipline, and loyalty.
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Micah Hauben, Dean of Athletics, along with the broader Athletic Department and coaches, and King students are partnering to pursue excellence. Learn Micah's perspective on the impact and exciting future of the King School Athletic program. Go Vikings!
Over Spring Break King Spring athletes traveled to Florida to train at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando and the Saddlebrook Golf & Tennis Academy in Tampa. The time in Florida enabled each team to create the connections needed to find success this season with each other, as well as their coaches.
The dedication and constant effort each athlete contributed in practices and games enabled teams to be the best that they could be, and all athletes are to be commended for a successful season. Congratulations to our Upper School and Middle School Athletic Awards Recipients for the Winter season.
On Tuesday, November 14, three standout senior student-athletes were recognized and celebrated in front of friends and family for the tremendous accomplishment of moving on to participate in collegiate athletics at the NCAA Division I level: Kelly Gouin, Lucas Stalman, and Harry Walker. Evan Townsend-Henry will play Football at Army West Point, but due to NCAA guidelines, will not sign his official letter of intent until later in the school year.