The outstanding athletic facilities at Harvey offer our student-athletes a competitive edge. Many of the fields have been upgraded in the past three years and plans are in place to continue this effort. The athletic center houses three basketball/volleyball courts, the fitness center, the trainer’s room and locker rooms.
Harvey athletics are blessed with an abundance of athletic fields throughout the campus. The recently renovated Raymond Kuntz Fields complex (located at the Evarts Rink entrance) boasts two full-playing fields and a half field. The majority of our game fields are located next to the school’s main entrance.
The fully enclosed ice rink is home to Harvey Hockey and offers a variety of instructional skating programs. The arena operates all year long and was built to serve the needs of those interested in skating.
Evarts Ice Rink has been operating a group ice skating lesson program for more than 30 years. Learn To Skate USA for SPS 1 through Freeskate 6 is sanctioned by United States Figure Skating (USFS).
Evarts Rink is conveniently located ¾ of a mile south of the intersection of Route 35 and Route 22 in Katonah. From I-684 or the Saw Mill River Parkway, take Exit 6 to Route 35 east to Route 22 south.
The John G. Davis Tennis Center honors Harvey 1950 alumnus John G. Davis, whose father, Dwight Filley Davis, is credited with establishing the Davis Cup. John G. Davis, who died in 2014, named Harvey in his Charitable Remainder Trust. A majority of those funds went to building the tennis courts.
The new tennis courts are situated on the open fields adjacent to the upper campus parking lot on Harvey's 125-acre campus on Route 22 in Katonah. Programs for boy and girls offered at Harvey include varsity, junior varsity and middle school.
The Harvey School's tennis courts were officially opened Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by faculty, students, parents, alumni and donors. "So many hands went into building these courts," said Harvey Headmaster Barry Fenstermacher, who praised Phillip Bowers, the chairman of the capital campaign for helping to raise $5 million that contributed to building the courts. Bowers, in turn, gratefully acknowledged those who supported the campaign. "You should be very proud of what we accomplished collectively," said Bowers.