Athletics

To promote sportsmanship and health, Wilson Hall maintains a strong and varied athletic program providing the opportunity to participate in interscholastic competition against independent and public schools throughout the state. The school sponsors 35 teams and has won 50 state championships in 12 different sports, including the most recent titles in football in 2013 and baseball, girls bowling, and softball in 2014.

 Required Athletic Forms

Physical Examination Form

Agreement for Participation (Parental Agreement)

Pre-participation History & Health Form

Warning of Inherent Risk

Tuomey Consent

Football Form

Participation in athletics provides the unique opportunity for molding character, building lasting friendships, and for the great but simple pleasure of play. The renowned Baron spirit is derived in part from the playing fields and courts. School spirit, however, is not contained to just the students which is obvious by the enormous support of parents, alumni, grandparents, and parents of alumni at our sporting events. Although the Barons have been honored three times with the President’s Trophy for having the most successful athletic program in the state, the primary focus at Wilson Hall is always academics. Students must maintain academic standards in order to practice or participate with an athletic team. Each year, Wilson Hall has graduates who continue their athletic careers at college by participating in everything from football to tennis, and from baseball to cross country. Some athletes receive athletic scholarships, while others play simply because they love the sport, keeping in mind that nearly every Wilson Hall graduate receives an academic scholarship for college. Wilson Hall firmly believes that a healthy body promotes a healthy mind as evidenced by the numerous state championships. With some of the strongest academic talents in the state as well as some of the most talented athletes, Wilson Hall proves each year that academics and athletics are not exclusive of one another, but are complimentary. Before students may try out for a team or participate in team practices, they must be officially enrolled in the school. Also, they must submit the following forms to the office: physical form, agreement for participation, warning of inherent risk, consent/release and waiver, and pre-participation history and health form.

Upcoming Athletic Events

18oct - 23All DayFifth Grade Trip - Washington DC
21oct2:30 pm- 3:00 pmFaculty meeting
21oct4:00 pmGirls Golf vs. Cardinal Newman, Sumter
22octAll DayReport CardsMay be viewed on ParentsWeb
22oct7:00 am- 4:00 pmSCISA Regional Drama CompetitionGreenwood
22oct8:10 am- 2:25 pmJournalism Class Field Trip - The State Newspaper, Columbia
22oct2:30 pm- 2:45 pmStudent Council meeting, MPR
23oct7:15 am- 7:45 amFirst Priority Christian Club, rm. 203
23oct8:00 am- 3:00 pmSCISA Choral Clinic
23oct5:00 pm- 5:00 pmB Football vs Heathwood