An independent school in Middletown, DE for students in Preschool through Grade 8

Athletics

Field Hockey 2017

The mission of the St. Anne’s Interscholastic Sports Program is identical to that of the school: to enhance the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social growth of our students. The goals of the interscholastic sports program at St. Anne's are to introduce students to a variety of team sports, to expose students to new athletic challenges and to introduce students to inter-scholastic experience and competition. In addition to skill development as a basic component of sports at SAES, coaches teach and promote sportsmanship for self, teammates, and opponents,  as well as respect and responsibility.

St. Anne's interscholastic sports program is a huge part of after school life for students in grades 6 – 8.  We participate in the Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association and field nine seasonal teams .

Sports Offered Here at St. Anne's:

  • soccer
  • lacrosse
  • basketball
  • baseball
  • cross country ( co-ed)
  • field hockey (girls) 

(Forms for DIAA participation are required for all students.)

Beyond the DIAA, each winter St. Anne’s conducts a lively four-week indoor soccer tournament that is open to all middle school students. Our school has also offered various recreational sports such as a basketball team for grades 5 and 6 with the help of parents.

Mandatory for Parents:

Concussion Awareness for Parents& Students- Delaware law and DIAA regulation require concussion awareness for parents and students. The current PPE includes a concussion fact sheet and sign off section on PAGE 6

NFHS Courses:

Free courses from the National Federation of State High Schools are available. Topics include sportsmanship, the role of parents in sports, and more. If you are interested, go to: nfhslearn.com.

Please contact  Pam Kern or Andrea Croce, RN & Bev Ashkenase, RN with any physical questions.