We’re serious about athletics here at Greenhill, which is why sports and fitness are part of every school day.
Greenhill's athletics culture can be summed up in one word: commitment. Students are committed to their teams. Coaches are committed to their students. And Greenhill is committed to equipping serious athletes to play in college and beyond.
As a member of the Southwestern Preparatory Conference, student-athletes are encouraged to and able to play multiple sports at the interscholastic level in a given school year.
"The theme of Relentless Effort defines Greenhill Athletics because effort is something that the student-athletes and coaches can control. Making a commitment to Relentless Effort - to do more than what is expected - and exhibiting it each and every day leads to wins and overall success," said Chad Wabrek, Head of Athletics & Physical Education.
The Greenhill boys volleyball team upped its record to 16-1 overall, including 2-0 in SPC Counter action, after posting a 3-0 victory (25-15, 25-13, 25-13) over Trinity Valley School on Thursday afternoon.
The Greenhill field hockey team improved to 2-5 overall following a 5-2 victory on the road at Fort Worth Country Day on Wednesday afternoon in non-conference action.
Why Student-Athletes Should Choose Greenhill:
Premier Coaching - "Greenhill has an experienced and knowledgeable group of coaches with a history of winning. Their coaching, combined with our excellent High Performance Program, which is run by a professional, dedicated strength & conditioning experts, helps our student-athletes excel," said Tatiane Deibert, Head Girls Volleyball Coach.
First Rate Facilities - "Greenhill has an incredible High Performance Center with the proper equipment to help any motivated individual improve overall strength and speed," said Tom Williams, Head Football Coach.
Complete Training - "I always knew I wanted to go to a strong academic school over a school that's just good at sports. Greenhill really helped me get there. I don't know of any other school where coaches, faculty and staff work in partnership to support student-athletes," said Jernaya Sharp '16, member of University of Notre Dame Track & Field team.
A coed independent day school for prekindergarten – Grade 12