What if physical training made you stronger spiritually, mentally and emotionally?
What if the path to personal fulfillment is forged on the middle school playing fields? What if confidence and humility are the athlete’s constant companions on the road? What if a teammate’s trust promises success as much as a personal best time? What if you found a place to belong? What if a coach’s example inspires faith and well-being? What if strength is gained on the court of victory as well as defeat? Dare to join one of our 35 sports teams and become a Presbyterian School athlete who strives for the greatest rewards.
Our no-cut policy allows all students to participate in sports regardless of their experience or ability.
Marty Durden, Athletic Director
The School has an Outdoor Education Campus off Highway 288 and Reed Road that provides space for environmental learning, sports and athletics, nature trails, play areas and outdoor worship.
The School partners with Methodist Hospital to provide experienced onsite athletic trainers who offer training-room coverage including emergency care, evaluation, treatment and rehab of sports-related injuries.
Our Presbyterian School athletes compete against schools within the Houston Junior Prep Conference in addition to other schools within the Greater Houston Athletic Conference.
The School's no-cut policy encourages over 91% of students in 6th-8th grade to participate in one, two or three seasons of sports at the School. No prior athletic experience is required to participate.
The School offers a diverse range of athletic teams including basketball, cross country, golf, football, field hockey, volleyball, soccer, wrestling, baseball, softball, swimming, lacrosse, and track and field.
Face-to-face conversations develop deep, meaningful relationships.
Amanda Leavell '09