To lots of cheers, athletes were called to the gym floor sport by sport as coaches handed awards to key players.
Personal bests. Team triumphs.
Catalina athletes compete (and win) in league and regional competition in 12 sports. Just as important? They get noticed for their great attitude on the field and off.
Whether you’re building skills in a sport you love or looking to try something new, Catalina’s athletics program inspires and challenges you to develop confidence, strength, endurance, discipline, and grace. All in an environment where girls get 100 percent of the resources.
of students compete
Pool or gym, court or field, varsity or junior varsity, there's a team for you. More of a fan? Get game schedules and stats for your favorite team and start to cheer.
titles in 10 years
Catalina athletes regularly claim the top spot in league and regional competition—and they've made their presence known at the state level, too.
My golf game improved a lot during my time at Catalina. They gave me the opportunities and resources to dedicate my time to a sport that I am very passionate about.
Coco Chai '18, Yale Golf
Kendra Klein has a strong record of mentoring and empowering female student-athletes.
Juliette Kosmont '23 wins four events, sets new school record in the 100 meters.
Swimming and track and field look to make their mark in the postseason.
Eleanor Song beat the previous record set in 2001 by half a second.
Strong play from young athletes signal good things ahead for the Cougars.