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Stingray Pride
Through teamwork our students gain far more than just the feeling of winning, they learn to be a part of something bigger; to put aside "me" and work hard for "us."
Learning from the Best
Our sports are true, cross-divisional programs led by collaborative coaching staffs invested in the growth of each student-athlete, from Middle School through Upper School.
Leaders on the Fields and Courts
Students have the opportunity to lead as student-athletes. Upper School student-athletes are positive role models for the entire community and are expected to mentor younger student-athletes.

Athletics

Message from Athletic Director

MARK J. MARSALA

On behalf of the Athletic Department of Seacrest Country Day School, we welcome you to the 2019-2020 athletic seasons.

Athletics is an important element in the overall education of our student-athletes.

Life’s lessons can often be learned outside the classroom. Through teamwork our student-athletes gain far more than just the feeling of winning, they learn to be a part of something bigger than themselves; to put aside “me” and work hard for “us.”

Our student-athletes are just that—students first, then athletes. Seacrest has many district and regional titles, and a state championship, but these accolades are secondary to our students’ accomplishments in the classroom. Our experienced coaches are dedicated to developing well-rounded athletes who lead their team with good sportsmanship, a healthy competitive streak and quality of character.

Seacrest has 10 sports and 32 teams. Most sports are true, cross-divisional programs that begin in Middle School with the fundamentals of team play to the more advanced competition of varsity athletics. Students are encouraged to take risks and play multiple sports, and we are proud that more than 75 percent of our Middle and Upper School students play on at least one school-sponsored athletic team.

Again, welcome and GO STINGRAYS!!

Mark J. Marsala-Director of Athletics