Athletics at Hopkins

Our Athletic Philosophy

At Hopkins, we’ve created a culture dedicated to perpetuating, fulfilling and celebrating Athletics. Athletics are vital to a Hopkins education, and everyone may play team sports here. The school supports varsity squads in over 20 different sports and 79 interscholastic teams at the varsity, junior varsity, thirds, and junior school levels. Most coaches are classroom teachers, allowing them to work with our students in a variety of settings. Many students also play on intramural teams such as frisbee and basketball. Others participate in a varied recreational program that includes yoga, aerobics, and weight training. Read more
    • We aim to create a positive and welcoming environment for all of our student-athletes. The values of sportsmanship and camaraderie are essential to the Hopkins experience.

      We aim to create a positive and welcoming environment for all of our student-athletes. The values of sportsmanship and camaraderie are essential to the Hopkins experience.

    • We field 29 varsity teams in 20 different sport offerings. Competitive athletics enhance the Hopkins education, fostering growth and character in our students.

      We field 29 varsity teams in 20 different sport offerings. Competitive athletics enhance the Hopkins education, fostering growth and character in our students.

    • Competition occurs on the varsity, junior varsity, and thirds levels.  We offer teams based on numbers of participants, making our best effort to get everyone that wants to play an opportunity to be on a team.

      Competition occurs on the varsity, junior varsity, and thirds levels. We offer teams based on numbers of participants, making our best effort to get everyone that wants to play an opportunity to be on a team.

    • Junior Schoolers have both competitive and non-competitive options throughout the year. Students entering the 7th grade play on an interscholastic team in the fall season, to encourage bonding with their new classmates.

      Junior Schoolers have both competitive and non-competitive options throughout the year. Students entering the 7th grade play on an interscholastic team in the fall season, to encourage bonding with their new classmates.

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