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Summer Sports Academy at the Haverford School

Excellence Through Instruction

Just as The Haverford School aims to prepare boys for life, our Sports Academy strives to develop the potential of the whole boy through athletics.
We believe that participation in sport pays lifelong dividends. The Sports Academy will develop the skills, discipline, and strong character necessary for every boy to reach his highest potential. Participants will learn fundamentals and strategies regarding their individual sport while emphasizing respect, honesty, and courage, all core virtues of The Haverford School.

A professional coaching staff will emphasize fun and engagement, ensuring that boys will learn something about their sport, about themselves, and about lifelong health and wellness.

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Legacy and Leadership

Your son will be part of a rich tradition of Haverford School athletics, which consistently produces NCAA athletes while also working with students who simply want to be their best -- of sound mind and body. The Haverford School's athletic philosophy and belief in the multi-sport approach has produced 18 Heyward Cup Championships, awarded for excellence across all sports in the Inter-Academic Athletic League. This is more than any other league member. 

Our Sports Academy is held on our Main Line campus, easily accessible to public transportation. 

Leadership of the Sports Academy includes head coaches from the School's varsity program, assistant varsity coaches, as well as current and former players. Our coaches are experts in their fields and display an unmatched level of passion, energy, and excitement.


The Sports Academy at The Haverford School is open to campers in kindergarten through 12th grade, depending on the sports offering. Learn more by exploring below. Questions? Email Director of The Haverford School Sports Academy Elizabeth Boylan.

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