The Harvey Cavaliers

Catch Our Harvey Pride.

We provide the opportunity for all students to contribute to our athletic program in a way that best fits their interests and ability level. From the elite athlete to the inexperienced first-time participant, our students enjoy a positive athletic experience.

We believe that students should participate as members of well-coached teams, at the appropriate athletic level (JV or varsity). The experience of contributing to an interscholastic program is a valuable one that provides countless teachable moments. 

Sports Offered

Fall

  • Varsity Cross-Country
  • MS Cross-Country
  • Varsity Football
  • MS Boys & Girls Soccer
  • JV Boys & Girls Soccer
  • Varsity Boys & Girls Soccer
  • MS Volleyball
  • JV Volleyball
  • Varsity Volleyball

Winter

  • MS Boys & Girls Basketball
  • JV Boys & Girls Basketball
  • Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball
  • Varsity Ice Hockey
  • MS Ice Hockey
  • Club Ice Hockey

Spring

  • Varsity Boys Baseball
  • JV Boys Baseball
  • MS Boys Baseball
  • Varsity Softball
  • JV Softball
  • Varsity Boys & Girls Lacrosse
  • Varsity Boys & Girls Tennis
  • JV Coed Tennis
  • Varsity Boys & Girls Rugby
  • Golf

The majority of Harvey coaches are teachers at our school, allowing student-athletes the opportunity to build relationships outside the classroom.

Athletic Calendar

Participating in Harvey Athletics

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct  
To be signed by all outside players and parents

Students
Every player is expected to:

  • Show respect and courtesy to officials and coaches by following their instructions and directions.
  • Respect the game officials and refrain from addressing them or commenting on their decisions during or after the game.
  • Maintain control of his/her emotions, avoiding the use of abusive or profane language, taunting or humiliating remarks, and/or gestures and physical assault upon another player at any time.
  • Respect the coaches and players of the opposing team and display sportsmanship at the conclusion of a game and be humble and generous in victory and proud and courteous in defeat.

Parent and Spectators

The role of the parents is one of support to the players and coaches. Parents should not engage in "coaching" from the sidelines, criticizing players, coaches or game officials or trying to influence the makeup of the team at any time.
Every parent and spectator is expected to:

  • Show respect and courtesy to game officials, coaches, and players at all times.
  • Respect the game officials and refrain from questioning their decisions or from addressing them in a loud, disrespectful or abusive manner.
  • Cheer for your child's team in a positive manner, refraining at all times from making negative or abusive remarks about the opposing team. Maintain control of your emotions and avoid actions, language, and/or gestures that may be interpreted as hostile and humiliating.
  • Demonstrate appropriate gestures of sportsmanship at the conclusion of a game, win or lose.
  • Teach and practice good sportsmanship and fair play by personally demonstrating commitment to these virtues.
  • Promote the concept that sports are merely a game, and that players and coaches on other teams are opponents, not enemies.

Coaches
Every coach is expected to:

  • Respect the game officials and refrain from addressing them or commenting on their decisions during or after the game.
  • Maintain control of his/her emotions, avoiding the use of abusive or profane language, taunting or humiliating remarks.
  • Respect the coaches and players of the opposing team and display sportsmanship at the conclusion of a game and be humble and generous in victory and proud and courteous in defeat.

Forms and Resources

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Athletic Requirements

All students are required to compete in at least one season of Harvey’s athletic offerings at the JV or varsity level. Students must attend/participate in a minimum of 75% of practices and games in order to receive credit for that season. Taking two terms of dance or yoga can count as fulfilling the annual athletic requirement.

Special Interest Sports

Students who have interest in such programs as gymnastics, figure skating, martial arts, horseback riding, swimming, dance and yoga may continue these programs and, with permission, fulfill the after-school program athletic requirement.

Leagues

Middle School

  • Fairchester Athletic Association

Upper School

  • Housatonic Valley Athletic League (HVAL)
  • New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (District IV of NEPSAC)