Each afternoon students spread out across campus and the community for a variety of activities. In addition to interscholastic athletic competition, students have a broad range of non-competitive activity options or may design and request approval for independent programs in areas not available through the school. Past independent programs have included dance courses at the University of the South, fencing, karate, band promotion, and horseback riding.
Afternoon Programs are considered to be part of the curriculum and are listed on student transcripts. Students commit between six and 12 hours each week to their Afternoon Programs for the duration of our 12-week seasons. Afternoon Programs are optional for Middle School students. Each year, Upper School students must complete at least one term of a program that requires physical activity. See Teams & Schedules for more information about interscholastic teams.
|Athletic Trainer or Manager*||Athletic Trainer or Manager*||Athletic Trainer or Manager*|
|Cross Country||Basketball||Farming (MWF)|
|Farming (MWF)||Outdoor Adventure: Climbing (MWF)||Mind•Body• Exercise (MWF)|
|Football||Strength & Conditioning (MWF)||Outdoor Adventure (MWF)|
|Golf*||Swimming*||Portrait & Figure Painting(MWF)|
|Mind*Body*Exercise||Technology: Robots and Videos (MWF)||Boys' Soccer|
|Girls' Soccer||Technical Theater(MWF)||Track and Field|
|Volleyball||Yearbook and Lit Mag (MWF)|
|Cross Country||Basketball||Astronomy (MWF)|
|Farming (MWF)||Swimming* (4 days)||Farming (MWF)|
|Football||Theater||Portrait & Figure Painting (MWF)|
|Golf* (8th graders only)||Wrestling||Boys' Soccer|
|Mountain Biking (MWF)||Yearbook and Lit Mag (MWF)||Tennis (MWF)|
|Girls' Soccer||Track and Field|
* Indicates evaluation or permission required. For Golf, participants must be able to shoot below a 60 on the 9-hole course.
Not physically active