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KWoods Athletics

 

Members of the Kensington Woods High School Athletics teams have, above all, an attitude oriented towards success. All team members are of equal importance and everyone works together to achieve personal and team goals. Through working as a team, we can all achieve more. It is the goal of the Kensington Woods Schools Athletic Department to provide team members a resource for lifelong interest in athletics and fitness and development in other arenas in life, becoming both the best possible athlete and person each team member can be.

Kensington Woods' athletic program coaches student-athletes to:

  • treat others with respect and and exemplify sportsmanship
  • practice and play with skill, strategy and passion
  • have a hardworking, positive attitude
  • work as a team
  • balance their academic and athletic expectations 

Because of the small nature of Kensington Woods, the athletic program welcomes students at all experience levels.

For more information about Athletics at Kensington Woods, contact Jessie Pratt, Athletic Director, jpratt@kwoods.org.

Athletic Forms

 

 
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Kensington Woods Schools Cross Country, 2016

Kensington Woods Schools Cross Country, 2016

Boys and Girls Cross Country
Fall sport
6-12th grade

"A lot of people run a race to see who's fastest. I run to see who has the most guts." Steve Prefontaine

Kensington Woods Cross Country is a competitive organized sports team. Our team is a dedicated group of serious runners and developing runners alike. High school runners compete on a 5K course, while middle school runners compete on a 2 mile course. The team competes against area small schools as well in invitational meets.

Coach Jessie Pratt: jpratt@kwoods.org.

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Volleyball, 2016

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Volleyball, 2016

Girls Volleyball
Fall sport
6-12th grade

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Volleyball is a competative Varsity sport that competes against a variety of local, small schools. The team is composed of a range of skill levels, and players with more experience help mentor and prepare those with less experience.

Coach Mechelle Sieglitz: msieglitz@kwoods.org.

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Basketball, 2016-2017

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Basketball, 2016-2017

Girls Basketball
Winter sport
6-12th grade

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Basketball is a program focused on skill development and teamwork. Girls from all grades compete together and become a team.

Athletic Director Jessie Pratt: jpratt@kwoods.org.

Kensington Woods Schools Boys Basketball, 2016-2017

Kensington Woods Schools Boys Basketball, 2016-2017

Boys Basketball
Winter sport
6-12th grade

Kensington Woods Schools Boys Basketball is a team that develops young men's skill and character in a competative atmosphere. The team plays other small schools from the area.

Athletic Director Jessie Pratt: jpratt@kwoods.org.

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Soccer, 2017

Kensington Woods Schools Girls Soccer, 2017

Girls Soccer
Spring sport
6-12th grade

Kensington Woods Girls Soccer team is composed of a group of fun, hardworking girls, with a wide variety of skill levels in soccer. The team competes against other small teams from the area.

Coach Markus Muennix: mmuennix@kwoods.org.

Kensington Woods Schools Baseball, 2017

Kensington Woods Schools Baseball, 2017

Baseball
Spring sport
6-12th grade

The Kensington Woods Baseball Team is the perfect outlet for anyone who wants to take part in America's great past time while having fun and working hard. The team competes against other small schools from the area.

Athletic Director Jessie Pratt: jpratt@kwoods.org.

Running Club
Winter and Spring
6-12th grade

Running Club is a fun, relaxed group of veteran and aspiring runners or just anyone looking to improve their fitness and conditioning. The Kensington Woods Running Club is also an ideal training to prepare for other sports, including Cross Country. Running Club meets weekly and no consistent attendance is required, but it is encouraged!

Contact Jessie Pratt for any questions or details, jpratt@kwoods.org