The Trevor Athletics Program emphasizes sportsmanship, teamwork, and individual growth. A large percentage of Trevor students participate in our interscholastic athletic program, which complements and enhances their education. Trevor’s passionate coaches, many of whom also teach in the classroom, help impart lessons that are key to athletic participation: self-confidence, cooperation, the power of hard work, and commitment. Trevor Day School is a member of the New York City Athletic League (NYCAL), and many of our teams and student-athletes are award-winning competitors at the league, city and state level.
Trevor offers eight teams for boys and nine for girls in Middle School. With an innovative PE/Athletics schedule, 75% of Middle School students participated in at least one team in 2016–17. At the Junior Varisty and Varsity levels, Trevor also offers eight teams for boys and nine teams for girls. Fifty-seven percent of Upper School students participated on at least one athletics team in 2016–17.
Most teams will have two coaches, however there are instances where that number is adjusted based on the sport and/or enrollment. Each coach is certified by the American Red Cross CPR/AED - Adult plus Child and Infant CPR (or equivalent) and completes the Head's Up Concussion Certification bi-annually.