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3-D DESIGN: TECH + FORM + FASHION

Create a dress from candy wrappers. Design a shoe and 3-D print it. Collaborate as you investigate form and function.

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The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to...

Aquatics are a means to achieve cardiovascular fitness through stroke development and participation in a variety of swimming workout methods.

Bicycling is open to students who own a 10-speed bicycle or mountain bicycle. This section is open to students who have not participated in the varsity cycling program. Though not a racing...

Varsity baseball is for the experienced player who wishes to improve his skills in an 18- to 20-game schedule against teams in the Northern New England Prep School Baseball League. A league...

The varsity teams play once or twice weekly against college JV teams and other independent schools. The JV teams play separate schedules, competing with high schools and other prep schools....

Training runs develop the stamina and speed necessary to race the 5K distance. Beginners are welcome to join the team; the workload is adjusted to suit each runner’s ability. Competition...

The boys varsity ice hockey program offers experienced players a competitive schedule against other independent schools. The JV team also plays a competitive schedule against other independent...

The boys varsity, in its 16- to 18-game schedule, competes in Division I of the Northern New England Secondary School Association and plays other teams in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island...

Squash is a sport that emphasizes racquet control, speed and strategy. Varsity squash players typically begin squash at the Academy and spend a year on the JV learning the game. There are regular...

The boys varsity and JV teams have eight to 10 dual meets each during the winter. The varsity ends its season with the New England Prep Championships. Stroke-technique work and weight training are...

Track and Field at Exeter provides more than 100 athletes a place to develop. There is an opportunity in our program for motivated athletes of every ability. Each athlete has a training plan that...

More than a 10th of the school traditionally participates on the track team. Athletes find themselves at various levels of development, so the training and competition schedule is adapted to fit...

The varsity crews are the first and second eights of each squad. A full schedule of 1,500-meter races with other independent and public schools concludes with the New England Interscholastic...

In boys varsity tennis, there are two teams of at least six players each. Both teams compete interscholastically. Team matches include singles and doubles play. The top players on varsity A...

The boys varsity and junior varsity teams play a 16- to 18-game schedule. The practices are designed to improve endurance, sharpen individual skills and inculcate team tactics.

The team plays a competitive schedule against other private and public schools in New England. Practices consist of high-level drills designed to improve team play and individual skills.

The varsity team has a schedule of approximately 18 games that ends with the New England Championships. The JV team has approximately 10 games. Each squad has 16 members. Prior experience in water...

Challenge Fitness is designed for students looking for an intense, group fitness experience. Students will be introduced to a variety of rigorous cardiovascular, flexibility and resistance-...

Club basketball offers a combination of instruction and intramural games with an emphasis on competitive play, and works toward skill development and team strategies.

This course includes an introduction to the major fencing disciplines of foil, epee and sabre. Instruction will cover the basics of fencing movement, tactical gaming, and an introduction to blade...

In the club golf program, approximately 13 students play four days a week at the Exeter Country Club. Students must provide their own clubs.

Club hockey enrolls players (both boys and girls) from beginner levels onward. It is, however, helpful to have basic skating skill. Each player is assigned to a team that practices and plays a...

The club running program is designed for students who want to run for fitness. Beginning runners will receive thorough introduction to distance running. Experienced runners will further develop...

Club soccer offers a combination of instruction and intramural games with an emphasis on competitive play, and works toward skill development and team strategies.

The club squash program is designed to help beginners and others who have not made varsity or JV learn basic strokes and tactics. Required: racquet, one ball and eye-protection glasses.

Club tennis is designed for both beginning players and those who have already learned the basics of tennis. Players are evaluated at the beginning of the term and sectioned into smaller groups...

Spring club tennis is for advanced beginners and over who have learned the basics of tennis. Players compete in singles and doubles through individual round-robin tournaments and/or team play....