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  • Modified Sports Start Date Change

    Due to the current weather conditions, all of our outdoor facilities remain snow covered.  With the weather forecasts for next week predicting the probability of snow, it was decided in the best interests of all student-athletes and athletic programs to postpone the start date of the modified sports program to Tuesday, March 27th.  (Monday, March 26th is a scheduled professional development day for teachers afterschool).

     Tryouts will take place Tuesday, March 27th  through Thursday, March 29th.   By postponing the start of modified sports, we hope that all student-athletes will have the opportunity to be seen in as “normal” playing conditions as possible.

     There will be a brief meeting for all students who have registered for modified sports on Monday, March 19th from 2:20 pm – 2:50 pm in the MS South Gym.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the athletic department.

  • Scholar Athlete Team Award

    At the end of each sports season NYSPHSAA honors teams that excel not only on the playing field, but also in the classroom.  These student-athletes and teams work very hard throughout the year and deserve to be recognized.  Varsity teams qualify by 75% of the team having a composite GPA of 90% or better.  Congratulations to our qualifying winter teams and student-athletes:

    Women's Basketball ** Women's Bowling ** Women's Indoor Track & Field ** Men's Indoor Track & Field ** Alpine Ski (NSHS)

  • SAT Conflict Dates

    There are SAT testing dates which conflict with Sectional, Regional and State competitions.  Below link is information from Section 1 BOCES addressing possible conflict dates.  If you have any questions, please contact the athletic department.

     SAT Conflict Dates - 2017-18.pdf 

  • Pets at Athletic Contests


    Dogs/Pets are not permitted on school grounds or at at any athletic events.  Please do not bring pets to athletic contests,  we will have to ask you to leave.  The only exception would be service dogs.  And, please, do not leave any pet in your car.


Contact Us

Christian McCarthy 

Director of Health, Athletics, Physical Education, and Wellness
Katonah-Lewisboro School District

Lori Villata

John Jay High School

Sports & Conditioning Program

JP Signore is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist at John Jay High School’s Fitness Center that offers a variety of customized programs to meet the needs of athletes in their off-season training.

  •  Programs are developed for injury prevention and for longevity of the athlete to reach their potential for strength, power, speed, agility and flexibility.
  • Programs emphasize proper body position for jump and speed training.
  •  Programs emphasize proper weightlifting mechanics and progressions.
  •  Programs emphasize core strengthening using body weight exercises.

Please contact JP Signore to set up team times and days for training at

 JP Signore’s Hours in John Jay’s Fitness Center are from 3pm-6pm Monday thru Friday.