Evan Clarke '20 takes this week's wellness challenge of a wall-sit while encouraging us to get moving!
Athletics Philosophy at Our Private High School.
Our private high school's athletics program emphasizes sacrifice, self-discipline, and dedication. Our athletes demonstrate good sportsmanship, emotional control, dependability, and respect. Through sports, our athletes learn about cooperation, decision-making, and healthy living. Most important, they learn how to work with peers from all walks of life, and they're united through their deep sense of team loyalty and shared spirit.
Mr. Tyler takes the PLANK CHALLENGE to new heights, saying, "I've had an incredible core my whole life."
The CIAC recommends that member schools voluntarily instruct their student-athletes to not engage in organized outside team practices, workouts, or individualized instruction.
Scott Kossbiel, long-time Avon High School Varsity Head Boys Lacrosse Coach, joins coaching staff at Northwest Catholic. Kossbiel played long-stick midfield and close defense at the University of Scranton.
Sophomore Nancy Gfeller of West Hartford has been named to Team Connecticut and will represent the state in the Eastern High School Ski Championships in March.
At Northwest Catholic, off-season training regiments, strength and conditioning complements, nutrition education, and sports psychology sessions are helping the school’s athletes perform at their peak.