Boys who participate in high school sports will experience the benefits far into the future. Playing sports like soccer, football, lacrosse or baseball helps boys develop social skills, active lifestyles, and engage more with their education. You and your son can find these benefits at any school with an athletic program, but what sets Kiski athletes above the rest? As a private institution, we have the resources to train your son to go beyond high school sports and excel at the college level.
At Kiski, we invested in a new athletic facility for our students because we know all of them will use and benefit from it. Unlike in public schools where only a fraction of the students participate in sports, all Kiski boys are required to play at least one sport per season in freshman and sophomore years. They grow to love one or two of the sports and continue through graduation. Our new Ross Athletic Center features state-of-the-art equipment, special floors designed to absorb impact, and viewing rooms for studying game footage. Kiski’s coaches are also dedicated teachers who help our students develop the skills they need to succeed on and off the field.
Small Student Population
Participating in athletics at private schools also means more playing time for the students because of small class sizes. Kiski has many junior varsity sports and freshmen are given the chance to practice, play, and develop their skills under the direction of dedicated coaches. The weight room provides state-of-the art weight lifting stations that are flanked by a track system used to attach resistance cords. The cords hook to weights or the athlete for more controlled and safer weight lifting.
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Established in 1888, The Kiski School is one of the oldest, private, all-boys, college preparatory boarding schools in Pennsylvania and the United States. Home to 200 boys, Kiski offers an academically rigorous curriculum that includes AP and Honors courses, 12 varsity sports, and a community that allows boys to thrive through project-based learning and self-discovery. Kiski's beautiful, 350-acre campus is located in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania, 30 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA.