We believe that athletics is an important component of the educational experience. Each athletic activity is structured to teach the fundamentals of the specific sport. Athletic Program objectives include: understanding the importance of personal fitness, commitment, teamwork, sportsmanship, and giving your best effort.
Photos in Basketball Slideshow were taken by Ms. Kara Eaker, Hope Hall School Counselor, and Mr. Cameron Underwood, Hope Hall student.
The High School boys’ basketball team won their final game of the season on 3/1/18. It was their 9th win of season and a great way to end an amazing season!
Front Row (left to right): Charles Schaffer, Tyler Gagner, Sam Mateer, Justus Mewborn, and Izarie Knight
Back Row (left to right): Casan Curry, Raymond Mateo, Aaron Kendall, Jacolby Terrell, Ivory Members, Noah Barclay, Menetor Viator, and Evan Minor
Not Pictured: Nolan Jones and Peter Rivoli
Fall Sports (September-October)
The program is structured to teach the fundamentals of the game. Players will learn and develop offensive and defensive skills such as: dribbling, passing, shooting, and goal keeping. Players will learn how to apply those skills to game situations.
The program focuses on improving overall fitness levels, while participating in running activities.
Winter Sports (November-February)
The program is structured to teach the fundamentals of the game. Players will learn and develop skills such as: dribbling, passing, shooting, offense, and defense. Players will learn how to apply those skills to game situations.
Spring Sports (April-May)
The Air Raid Football League (ARFL) is an offensive football league. We will be focusing on passing, catching, running, kicking, and punting. This league is NON-CONTACT.
For more information about Hope Hall Athletics Programs, please contact:
Mr. Jim Zehr
Hope Hall School