The Kiski School has a long and distinguished athletic history. The young men who attend Kiski learn a great deal about themselves through their athletic participation. Kiski values the athletic experience and the benefits it produces for our students. The concepts of team work, unselfishness, hard work toward a common goal, and perseverance are invaluable lessons that our graduates carry with them for the rest of their lives.
Kiski’s coaches are experienced, and most importantly, they love to coach. Athletics is an extension of the classroom, and our coaches are also teachers on the athletic fields. They prepare the student-athletes on their teams for the difficulties and hardships they will face in a season, providing them with the guidance and preparation they will need to succeed.
Kiski coaches have a tremendous ability to make the average athlete better, and the better athlete greater. The reason for this is simple: our coaches spend the extra time with our athletes before and after practice. Kiski produces Division I athletes, but we are just as proud of our Division II and III athletes.
Kiski has twenty-three athletic teams and participates in over 300 contests, so there are plenty of opportunities to explore a variety of athletic challenges. Many of our students will participate in sports they have never played before and succeed at them. They come to Kiski as freshmen with little to no experience in a sport, and by the time they graduate they have earned All-League honors.
If you have any questions concerning Kiski or our athletic program, please contact Athletic Director Chris Spahn at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call him at 724-639-8040.