Sports are a big part of life at The Kiski School. Every season, every boy participates in at least one sport. They get to play and train in top-notch facilities, like our 75,000 sq. ft. Ross Athletic Center. We also have one of the finest high school tracks in the country, a nine-hole golf course, miles of beautiful cross-country trails and excellent baseball facility. Kiski offers 23 athletic teams with over 300 contests. Every level of athlete has an opportunity to grow, compete and try something new.
Big benefits come from participating in Kiski athletics. The Kiski School proudly produces Division I, II and III athletes across all sports. On average, 30% of our graduates go on to play sports at the college level. Our athletics program is just one more way that The Kiski School helps boys set and reach higher goals for themselves.
Through athletics, our young men learn invaluable life lessons, such as teamwork, unselfishness, perseverance and hard work toward a common goal. And whether boys come with no sports experience or are stars in their sport, our coaches have the remarkable ability to boost their skills and confidence, allowing each athlete reach their full potential.
A beacon of our athletics program is our 75,000 square foot Ross Athletic Center which includes a multi-use indoor training center, known as the MUG. This gym is used for training in many of our sports. The weight and cardio training rooms are complete with weights and Perform-X equipment. The Ross Athletic Center houses athletic department offices and meeting rooms and features major upgrades to locker rooms, storage areas, as well as a satellite bookstore and concession stand. The campus also features several fields for football, soccer, baseball, and lacrosse; a nine-hole golf course; a 400-meter state-of-the-art, all-weather track; five all-weather tennis courts; and an outdoor swimming pool.
Athletics Hall of Fame
The Kiski School’s Athletics Hall of Fame was formed marking its quasquicentennial (125th Anniversary) to honor those alumni and coaches who have made significant and outstanding contributions to the athletic programs at Kiski. The nominees have continued to exemplify the core values of Kiski: principles of integrity, humility, sportsmanship, tolerance, and service in their personal and professional lives. In order to be eligible, the nominated athlete, coach, or team must be ten years removed from Kiski. Coaches, posthumous nominees, and benefactors will be inducted at the discretion of the Hall of Fame Inductee Committee.