From horseback riding to alpine skiing, you’ll have many ways at Miss Hall’s to stretch yourself physically
Athletics and intramurals are an extension of our classroom learning — whether on the court or in the lab, you’ll collaborate with peers, contribute to common goals, and learn to handle both success and failure. As with all areas of Miss Hall’s, you have the opportunity to explore and try new interests.
Please note that during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Miss Hall’s School is taking extra steps to keep its community healthy and safe. Please refer to the MHS Athletics Policy before visiting campus for athletics events.
“The school environment at MHS is always positive. Whether you are participating in a team sport or a school play, you always have the support of the entire school community. ”
Class of 2017
10 TEAM SPORTS, 3 SEASONS
Step outside the classroom onto our fields, courts, and trails. Athletics at Miss Hall’s allows you to compete at the highest level while building confidence and leadership skills. We look forward to seeing you sporting the Blue and Gold soon!
A member of NEPSAC (the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council), Miss Hall’s participates in ten varsity sports across three seasons and in two classes (Class B and Class C).
We also offer several noncompetitive activities to promote physical fitness. These include dance, yoga, afternoon fitness, recreational golf, and recreational tennis, and support for off-campus activities such as swimming and figure-skating.
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Telia Marks-McCall is our Director of Athletics and Auxiliary Programming.
Telia joined Miss Hall’s in 2021 from Miss Porter’s School, in Farmington, Connecticut, where she served as the Assistant Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach for two years. Telia’s previous roles include Director of Basketball Operations for Quinnipiac University’s women’s basketball team in Hamden, Connecticut, and Recruiting Assistant for the University of Iowa’s women’s basketball team.
Telia also previously played professional basketball in Luxembourg and Finland, and was a four year member of the University of Virginia’s women’s basketball team. She holds an M.Ed. in Organizational Leadership from Quinnipiac and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Virginia.