Athletic Program

Middle School Athletics
Middle School athletics participation exposes students to a wide range of sports offered at the junior varsity and varsity levels. Through Middle School practices and games, students learn fundamental skill work and strategies. Physical conditioning and training are also incorporated into each practice so that athletes can safely participate and meet the physical demands of a particular sport. Like each of the activities within the Tatnall Athletic Program, Middle School sports seek to build camaraderie and school spirit. 

Emphasis: Middle School teams focus on instruction, participation and cooperation. By participating in Middle School athletics, each student becomes a better athlete and contributes to the overall growth and success of the entire team.

Upper School Athletics

Upper School students receive on credit for each after-school team sport completed in good standing. Daily participation/attendance is required. Tatnall attempts to include every student who wishes to be a member of a team sport, as most of our facilities warrant a no-exclusion policy.

Upper School Sports:

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Athletic Training

Proper training is essential to athlete success and safety. The Tatnall School is committed to teaching our sports participants proper training protocols. Our full-time, fully certified athletic trainer works with all athletes prior to competition to ensure they are prepared to play. Additionally, the trainer attends all practices and games in case of injury.

Each of Tatnall's coaches also promotes proper training regimens, exercises and safety procedures, ensuring our student-athletes are conditioned and fully capable of participating in interscholastic competition.  

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The Tatnall School

The Tatnall School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students in PK3 through Grade 12 located in Wilmington, Delaware.