When students are not playing on an athletic team, they can choose from the many co-curricular programs that also take place in the fall, winter or spring season. We call them co-curriculars, not extra-curriculars, because we consider them essential elements of our curriculum. Students act in theatrical productions, dance, volunteer for service learning programs, or work on our three school publications. Given our incredible diversity, Masters is a melting pot of preferences and possibilities—an encouraging place to try new things.
Examples of Upper School Athletics and Co-Curriculars:
Varsity and JV Teams
FALL: Boys' Soccer, Girls' Soccer, Girls' Field Hockey, Girls' Volleyball, Girls' Tennis, Coed Cross Country
WINTER: Boys' Basketball, Girls' Basketball, Boys' Fencing, Girls' Fencing, Boys' Squash, Girls' Squash, Coed Indoor Track
SPRING: Boys' Lacrosse, Girls' Lacrosse, Boys' Baseball, Girls' Softball, Boys' Tennis, Coed Golf, Coed Track
Open Art Studio
Student One-Act Plays