Collegium currently fields interscholastic athletic teams for our students in grades 7-12. We also offer intramural sports for our students in grades K-12. For more information, including schedules and coaches’ information, please refer to the right-hand side of this page. 6th-grade students do not participate on interscholastic athletic teams. This aligns Collegium with PIAA eligibility standards. Student athletes who intend to participate on an interscholastic sport team(s) for the 2017-18 school year are required to complete the following forms:
- Sections 1-6 of the PIAA Comprehensive Initial Pre-Participation Evaluation (CIPPE)
- Emergency Contact Form
- ImPACT Test Consent Form
- Permission Form (will be handed out to students before start date)
All students in grades 7-12 interested in trying out for and participating on a Collegium Charter School interscholastic sports team must have a new PIAA Comprehensive Initial Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation completed and filed with our Athletics Department before the first day of tryouts. Physicals MUST be dated on or after June 1, 2017 to be valid for the 2017-18 school year. For more information, please click on the Sports Medicine resource.
Cross Country - High School (A)
Cross Country - Middle School
Soccer - High School (A)
Soccer - Middle School
Volleyball - High School Girls (A)
Volleyball - Middle School Girls
Basketball - High School Boys (AA)
2017-18 JV Schedule
Boys in grades 9-12 have the opportunity to participate with one of our most established team programs. This winter sport is active from November until February.
Questions about High School Boys’ Basketball? Contact Coach Bornstad.
Basketball - High School Girls (AAA)
Girls in grades 9-12 have the opportunity to participate with our 2-time TCISL Championship team. This winter sport is active from November until February.
Questions about High School Girls’ Basketball? Contact Coach Revnell.
Basketball - Middle School Boys
Boys in grades 7-8 have the opportunity to participate with one of our most successful teams. This winter sport is active from November until February.
Questions about Middle School Boys’ Basketball? Contact John Allen.
Basketball - Middle School Girls
Girls in grades 7-8 have the opportunity to participate with our talented team. This winter sport is active from November until February.
Questions about Middle School Girls’ Basketball? Contact John Allen.
All students in grades 9-12 have the opportunity to participate on our non-competitive team.
Questions about Cheerleading? Contact John Allen.
Baseball - High School (A)
Baseball - Middle School
Lacrosse - High School Girls (AA)
Lacrosse - Middle School Girls
Collegium Charter School’s interscholastic athletic program is a member of PIAA and competes in the Tri-County Independent School League (TCISL). The league offers robust competition in all sports and includes post-season play. The TCISL consist of the following schools: AIM Academy, Barrack Hebrew Academy, Collegium Charter School, Delaware Valley Friends School, Kimberton Waldorf, Mercy Vocational High School, The Perkiomen School, The Phelps School, Renaissance Academy Charter School, West-Mont Christian Academy, and Woodlynde School.
Collegium also competes against other schools in the following athletic leagues: Bicentennial League, Central League, Chest-Mont League, Friends League, Inter-Act League, Pioneer League, Public League, and Suburban League.
- 2017 PIAA District I Baseball Semi-Finalist
- 2016, 2017 TCISL Girls’ Basketball Champions
- 2016 Boys’ Basketball PIAA District One Semi-Finalist
- 2015 TCISL Boys’ Basketball Champions
- 2010, 2011, 2012 TCISL Cross Country Champions
- 2012 TCISL Boys’ Lacrosse Champions (record 20-0)
William D. Winters Gymnasium
Our student-athletes are now enjoying our fully equipped gymnasium! This 20,000+ square foot addition consists of an athletic wing, additional classrooms, and is the new home for all basketball & volleyball programs. The two-story complex includes a regulation sized wood-floor basketball court, three volleyball courts, terrazzo flooring, two scoreboards, six basketball systems, locker rooms, and seating for sporting events. Our gymnasium will also transform into an auditorium for other events. This is a great asset to our rapidly growing Athletics Department.