Triangle Day School’s interscholastic athletics program allows middle school students to develop athletic abilities through competition and teamwork. Athletics are an essential part of the school’s life, increasing students’ experiences and strengthening the community.
Over 85% of middle school kids participate in a TDS sport. TDS is ecstatic with all of its student-athletes! Because Triangle Day School emphasizes participation, cutbacks to athletic teams are uncommon. Furthermore, team membership is based on maintaining a particular level of academic achievement. They have a robust sports programs.
Triangle Day School sparks intellectual curiosity, builds compassion and integrity, and nourishes creativity as a warm and inviting community dedicated to academic success, instilling confidence in each student to pursue a life of purpose.
Athletics are an essential part of the school’s life, increasing students’ experiences and strengthening the community.
Athletic Philosophy at Triangle Day School Triangle Day School’s interscholastic sports program has the following objectives:
- Through hard effort during regular practices and instruction from skilled and caring coaches, students will develop sport-specific skills and general athletic fitness.
- Students will learn the value of collaboration and will have the opportunity to experience the camaraderie that comes with being a member of a group.
- As they represent Triangle Day, students will learn and practice sportsmanship.
TDS has interscholastic sporting teams in sports programs for sixth through eighth grades, as well as fifth-graders in some situations. Triangle Day School is a small school that emphasizes student involvement. As a result, we try to avoid reducing the size of our teams. Cuts may be essential in some circumstances to guarantee safe and effective procedures. After the halfway of a season, rosters cannot be added to. During the season, students can be removed from a team at any time. Students must have a current medical document on file at school in order to try out for a sport. This form may be found in TADS or in the Parent Publications area of the TDS website. Students must maintain a C- (70%) average in order to graduate.