Athletics

Students at St. Mary’s are strongly encouraged to participate in our various sports activities. Sports are fun and offer the opportunity to develop skills, make lasting friendships, and learn the values of discipline and sportsmanship. They also promote physical fitness, competitiveness and school pride.

Most major sports such as swimming, baseball and basketball are introduced at the Elementary School level. On weekends, we offer ball hockey, soccer and tennis.

Members of the cross country team

In the Elementary School, students from 4th grade onwards also take part in an annual ski trip to St. Mary’s ski lodge in Gunma prefecture, as part of the regular academic program.

In the Middle School and High School, students begin to take part in inter-scholastic competitions spread across three seasons. St. Mary’s competes with other schools that are members of the Kanto Plain Association of Secondary School Principals (KPASSP). St. Mary’s teams — called the Titans — are competitive, winning many titles in the past several years.

Athletic competitions are not limited to the KPASSP. A few of our sports teams engage in friendly competitions with Japanese and non-KPASSP schools.

Athletics events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Sun, Mar 31
Tiny Titans
-
Samurai Basketball
-
Mon, Apr 1
Tue, Apr 2
Wed, Apr 3
Thu, Apr 4
Fri, Apr 5
Sat, Apr 6
ES Tennis Clinic
-
MS/ HS Track at Yokota
-
Varsity Baseball at ASIJ
-
Sun, Apr 7
Samurai Basketball
-
Tiny Titans
-
Titans Lacrosse Club
-
Mon, Apr 8
Tue, Apr 9
Wed, Apr 10
Thu, Apr 11
Fri, Apr 12
Sat, Apr 13
ES Tennis Clinic
-
MS Baseball Jamboree at ASIJ
-
MS/ HS Track at Yokota
-
HS baseball
-
Sun, Apr 14
Samurai Basketball
-
Tiny Titans
-
Cricket club
-
Mon, Apr 15
Tue, Apr 16
Varsity Baseball vs Zama
-
Wed, Apr 17
Thu, Apr 18
MS Baseball at YIS
-
Fri, Apr 19
Sat, Apr 20
MS/ HS Track at Yokota
-
Elementary students running on the athletic field
Students practicing basketball
Students in wrestling practice

Weekend Facility Use

There are no events to display