I believe UPrep strikes the right balance with our athletics program. Our focus is on inclusion, and we make that a reality through our no-cut program. But, we also strive for excellence and are in it to win it. This means that we support the student who has never played a sport before, as well as the student athlete who is striving to win a state championship.” Athletic Director Rebecca Moe
UPrep's athletics program encourages our students to lead a life of learning. Our Pumas strive for personal growth and a balance of competition and inclusion. Our coaches provides support on the field/court/track and in the classroom. GO PUMAS!
With our no-cut policy, UPrep students are invited to explore a wide range of sports, even if they’ve never participated before. Our numbers tell the story: last year, 74% of our students participated on at least one of our 52 teams in soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, baseball, track and field, tennis, and ultimate frisbee.
The Pumas have a history of success on the field and on the court. Most recently, our 2023 varsity girls soccer team and 2022 varsity boys soccer and baseball teams competed at the State Tournament.
Current Pumas: Visit the Veracross Portal for practice schedules.
At UPrep, our students are encouraged to try many activities, and that extends to our Athletics Program. Our program focuses on the athlete’s growth as a player and all of the players growing into a cohesive team.” –Andrew Schneider, UPrep History Teacher and Basketball Coach
of our Students Participate in Athletics
Athletic Teams Offered
of 6th Graders Participate in Athletics
Days of Athletics Practices and Games Per Year
of Middle Schoolers Participate in Athletics
My teammates were always there, encouraging me to be the best that I could be. And my coaches were constantly helping me to excel and improve throughout the season. They invariably found a way to make each practice fun!” –UPrep alum
Being part of UPrep’s ultimate frisbee team made me a more confident person. My coach’s leadership inspired me. He expected so much out of us—he pushed us, pushed us, pushed us, while helping shape us by recognizing our talents and areas for growth.” –UPrep alum