Coaches from Dartmouth, Pomona and Bowdoin Colleges will come to Chadwick International to hold a college soccer identification camp on Feb. 22-23.
Life lessons learned through competitive play
Chadwick International athletics is an integral part of student life that begins in the Village School and continues raising the bar each year after.
With 15 major sports available — including fencing and ice hockey — as well as clubs and CICP (Chadwick International Community Program) activities, students have a wealth of opportunities to discover and develop their athletic talents. It all starts with our youngest students in the Village School Early Years program.
Competing in individual and team sports fosters confidence, leadership and meaningful bonds with coaches, peers and even opponents. Students learn to set ambitious goals that require consistent practice, perseverance and discipline — all while balancing the demands of their academic and personal lives. They also discover the thrill of pushing past perceived limitations.
The Chadwick International winter sports season came to an abrupt end when the KAIAC Boys and Girls Basketball Tournaments, as well as the KAIAC Cheerleading Championship, were canceled due to concern about the spread of the coronavirus.
Tryouts for all spring season Upper School athletic teams began on Feb. 4. There was palpable excitement in the air on the soccer field, in the pool, on the track, and on the badminton courts as student-athletes and coaches began building their teams.