The Foundation for a Meaningful Life
Kindergarten - Grade 9 in Southborough, MA

Upper School - Athletics Options

Fall Athletics

List of 9 items.

  • Boys & Girls Soccer

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for soccer, with varsity and JV levels offered for each gender. Students are placed on a team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Football

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic football program for boys in grades seven through nine. Only a varsity level is offered, and all students are placed on that team.
  • Cross Country

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic coed cross country program in grades seven through nine. A varsity level is offered, and all students are placed on that team.
  • Volleyball

    Fay offers competitive interscholastic programs for volleyball, with varsity and JV levels offered. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Field Hockey

    Fay offers competitive interscholastic programs for field hockey, with varsity and JV levels offered. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Intramural Golf

    Students in the intramural golf program use a driving range facility as well as two local nine-hole courses. This is not an instructional program, so students should have some prior experience playing golf. Numbers for this program may be limited.
  • Intramural Tennis

    The intramural tennis program provides some basic instruction and opportunities to play both singles and doubles against individuals with a similar level of experience. Numbers for this program may be limited due to court space.
  • Intramural Fitness

    This program focuses on helping students increase their personal fitness levels through stretching, cardiovascular workouts, strengthening exercises, conditioning, and games such as capture the flag, Ultimate Frisbee, and soccer. This program is taught by a certified strength and conditioning coach as well as a Fay faculty member.
  • Outdoor Adventure

    The Outdoor Adventure program (OA) is designed as a blend of personal growth experiences, skill building, and team problem solving. The sports periods include physically demanding days as well as sessions requiring more cerebral concentration. Students participate in outdoor activities in a variety of weather conditions, including off-campus excursions and two overnight experiences. Topics include shelter building, fire construction, rock climbing, and time on the ropes course.

Winter Athletics

List of 8 items.

  • Basketball

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for basketball, with varsity and JV levels offered for each gender. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Ice Hockey

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for ice hockey, with a varsity team for each gender and a coed JV team. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their abilities.
  • Wrestling

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic wrestling program for boys and girls in grades seven through nine. A varsity level is offered, and all students are placed on that team.
  • Squash

    Fay offers an instructional and competitive squash program for boys and girls that takes place at Infinitum Squash in Sudbury. This program may incorporate some interscholastic matches where appropriate. Numbers may be limited for this activity.
  • Intramural Skiing & Snowboarding

    Fay offers a recreational ski program at Ski Ward in Shrewsbury, MA. Students can take ski or snowboard lessons as part of the program for an additional cost. Rental equipment and lessons are also available for an additional cost.
  • Intramural Fitness

    This program focuses on helping students increase their personal fitness levels through stretching, cardiovascular workouts, strengthening exercises, conditioning, and games such as capture the flag, Ultimate Frisbee, and soccer. This program will be taught by a certified strength and conditioning coach as well as a Fay faculty member. Instructional swimming will be an additional component during the winter season.
  • Dance

    Fay offers an instructional dance program that focuses on a variety of styles of dance. Students perform in Morning Meeting and other school venues.
  • Drama

    Fay offers a drama program for athletic credit that focuses on one or two short productions. Students receive instruction throughout the season and perform their work before the school as a culminating event.

Spring Athletics

List of 7 items.

  • Boys & Girls Lacrosse

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for lacrosse, with varsity and JV levels offered for each gender. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Baseball

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for baseball, with varsity and JV levels offered. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Softball

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic program for softball, with varsity and JV levels offered. Students are placed on the team that is appropriate for their skill level.
  • Track & Field

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic track and field program for boys and girls in grades seven through nine. A varsity level is offered, and all students interested will be placed on that team.
  • Boys & Girls Tennis

    Fay offers a competitive interscholastic tennis program for boys and girls in grades seven through nine. Varsity and JV levels are offered for both boys and girls teams. This sport has limited numbers, and there may be a try-out.
  • Intramural Fitness

    This program focuses on helping students increase their personal fitness levels through stretching, cardiovascular workouts, strengthening exercises, conditioning, and games such as capture the flag, Ultimate Frisbee, and soccer. This program will be taught by a certified strength and conditioning coach as well as a Fay faculty member.
  • Outdoor Adventure

    The Outdoor Adventure program (OA) is designed as a blend of personal growth experiences, skill building, and team problem solving. The sports periods include physically demanding days as well as sessions requiring more cerebral concentration. Students participate in outdoor activities in a variety of weather conditions, including off-campus excursions and two overnight experiences. Topics include shelter building, fire construction, rock climbing, and time on the ropes course.